Christiansburg Elementary School

 
 
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"WildlifeMapping" is a 3-12 grade "student as researcher" program sponsored by the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. Christiansburg Elementary School 3-5 graders are receiving valuable environmental training by exchanging wildlife distribution between community and state levels. Students learn how to observe and report species identification by taking a census of wildlife in their community.
"The Wildlife Garden" project at Christiansburg Elementary School (CES) is designed to attract wildlife to our school site. The goal is to plan CES landscaping (perennial garden, annual garden,  and nature trail) that will provide wildlife habitat. It will also increase the environmental awareness of our third, fourth, and fifth graders by having them observe and gather data on plant and animal species at their school community.

 

This page is maintained by: Cathy Ney cney@mail.mcps.org

Created on: 11/10/98

Last updated: 01/19/01

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