Wheat Week

4th & 5th Grades

Wheat Week is a series of five, one-hour lessons, delivered over the course of one week, engaging and educating students in 4th and 5th grade about water, soil, watersheds, energy, systems, wheat, and how they impact our lives.

 

Wheat Week is FREE to any public or private school that requests it and is aligned with Washington State Science Learning Standards.

 

To schedule Wheat Week at your school, please contact Elliott DeLong, Environmental Educator at elliott-delong@conservewa.net.  Please help coordinate our Wheat Week Educator's visit by working with your grade-level team.  Our educator needs to visit 3-4 classes per day, per Wheat Week in order to reach as many students as possible.  Thank you for your help and understanding!

 

To learn more about Wheat Week, please visit our partners at the Franklin Conservation District or be sure to contact Marie.

To schedule Wheat Week please contact:
 

Elliott DeLong, Educator

elliott-delong@conservewa.net

1107 S. Juniper Dr., Moses Lake, Washington, 98837  I  (509) 765-9618  I  www.ColumbiaBasinCds.org  I  @ 2014 Grant County Conservation District