orange Kellogg FIELD School Programs

Recently we have received many inquiries about enrollment in Kellogg FIELD School.  We’re grateful for the growing interest in our program.  We currently have one space available in our Owls (ages 12-14) class.  All other classes are full and we are keeping waiting lists.  If you wish to have your child put on the waiting list, please email solaughlin@alaskapacific.edu with your child’s name and age. 

Program Descriptions:

CHICKADEES
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HANDS-ON, THEMATIC ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION FOR FIVE YEAR OLDS.

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AGE: 5 Years Old

DAY & TIME: M, W, F from 9:30-12:30

*See note about sessions days.

SESSIONS: Fall & Spring

Chickadees discover ecological principles using sensory awareness activities and through investigations of our local natural and built environments. With an emphasis on seasonal change, students build interdisciplinary concepts and skills based on what they do, see, hear and taste. The Chickadees have a student to teacher ratio of 10 : 1.

MAGPIES
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PROJECT-BASED AND PLACE-BASED ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION FOR 6-7 YEAR OLDS.

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AGES: 6-7 Years Old

DAY & TIME: M, W, F from 9:30-12:30; or T, TH from 9:30-2:00

*See note about sessions days.

SESSIONS: Fall & Spring

Magpies work collaboratively to complete and present projects, emphasizing relevant, local investigations. This approach involves the student in decision-making and problem-solving processes and encourages both teamwork and individual strengths.  Community ties are often strengthened with field trips and guest speakers. One project may last the entire session. The Magpies have a student to teacher ratio of 10 : 1.

RAVENS
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PROJECT-BASED ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION FOR 8-9 YEAR OLDS.

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AGES: 8-9 Years Old

DAY & TIME: T, TH from 9:30-2:00

SESSIONS: Fall & Spring

Ravens investigate relevant local environmental issues within a ranging complexity of topics. Project based learning requires interdisciplinary group interactions and problem solving. These long term projects offer the opportunity to engage learners in higher order thinking skills and objectives. This approach develops nuanced attitudes and behaviors towards environmental stewardship. Ravens will identify and seek to work in cooperation with state agencies and private organizations within our community. The Ravens have a student to teacher ratio of 10 : 1.

EAGLES
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PROJECT-BASED ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION FOR 10-11 YEAR OLDS.

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AGES: 10-11 Years Old

DAY & TIME: M from 9:30-2:30

SESSIONS: Fall & Spring

The Eagles will be investigating  project based and relevant local environmental issues within a ranging complexity of topics. The Eagles class will compare closely to the Ravens program by working on long term projects and offering the opportunity to engage learners in higher order thinking. Eagles may identify and seek to work in cooperation with state agencies and private organizations within our community. The Eagles have a student to teacher ratio of 10 : 1.

OWLS
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PROJECT-BASED ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION FOR 12-13 YEAR OLDS.

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AGES: 12-13 Years Old

DAY & TIME: W from 9:30-2:30

SESSIONS: Fall & Spring

Kellogg FIELD School is offering an Owls class based on expressed interest. This Owls class is for learners who are 12-13 yrs old.  The Owls will be investigating relevant local environmental issues within a ranging complexity of topics. The Owls program will compare closely to that of the Ravens and Eagles project based programs. These classes will differ in the topics explored from program to program. Owls will be working with long term projects that offer the opportunity to engage learners in higher order thinking. The Owls have a student to teacher ratio of 10 : 1.

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