Ecology & Geology of Mueller State Park & the Pikes Peak Region
Saturday, September 12 – 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. – 0.5 Credits
Wild Colorado: Crossroad of Biodiversity: View or download the Educator’s Guide here! From the CPW website: To help teachers and students learn about Colorado’s ecosystems and its wildlife, Colorado Parks and Wildlife has prepared a set of ecosystem posters and this education guide. Together they will provide an overview of the biodiversity of our state as it applies to the eight major ecosystems of Colorado.
Thanks to Bob Hickey for sharing his presentation from our Sept. Hub Meeting! Click the link here HickeyPPPresentation to access his PowerPoint presentation.
Meet bus at Cheyenne Mountain Junior High School at 7:00 a.m. for travel to Mueller State Park.
The bus will return to CMJH at approximately 5 p.m.
Join us in September for The Ecology and Geology of Mueller State Park and the Pikes Peak Region. We are providing a bus leaving from Cheyenne Mountain JHS at 7:15. The day will be filled with indoor and outdoor activities and – as always – you will receive teacher materials and great snacks, and credit is available!
Cheyenne Mountain Junior High – 1200 West Cheyenne Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Remember to bring:
- Layered clothing for changing weather conditions
- Raingear, pack, sunglasses
- Hiking shoes, hat, sunscreen, insect repellant
- Notebook, pen
- Lunch, water
Please share this information with your colleagues. As always, PALS Hub Workshops are free and open to all science teachers in the Pikes Peak region.
Click here to download or print the 1-page PALS September 2015 Flyer.
Attending a Hub Meeting? Print and complete your Liability Form ahead of time.