The Go Green Educational Program
Safeguarding our Puget Sound for Future Generations!
The Go Green Educational Program combines science based curriculum, animation, music, video games and real world exploration and experiments. The goal is to teach kids about our Puget Sound ecosystem and it's valuable aquatic life and foster environmental stewards who will safeguard our Puget Sound for future generations!
The Enviro kids after-school workshop is a fun six week audio, visual and interactive environment education course. The program utilizes science based curriculum, technology, animation, music, video games and the great outdoors to teach students about the impact our interactions have on the Puget Sound.
Our featured program Rodney Goes Green is an award winning school-based youth environmental science education program, having won first prize in the Puyallup River Film Festival and a Dove Award. Each component of this program is designed to coincide with today’s current Next Gen and WA State Science Standards.
• Increase the participation of groups that are underrepresented in the sciences, especially minorities and low-income students who “disproportionately fall out of the high-achieving group.
• Create a group of environmental stewards from diverse backgrounds who will become next generation leaders.
• Increase STEM literacy for all students, including those who do not pursue STEM-related careers or additional study in the STEM disciplines.
• Educate youth on how to protect water resources and how to change the negative impact of polluted runoff.
• Expand the number of students who ultimately pursue advanced degrees and careers in STEM fields and broaden the participation of women and minorities in those fields.
• Developing interest in STEM and STEM
• Actively engage in an activity to protect water resources and change
the negative impact of the polluted runoff.
• Actively engaged and focused on STEM activities & curriculum
• Seeking opportunities to extend STEM learning experiences overtime
• Demonstrating STEM knowledge, improved communication skills, problem solving and methods of investigation and the ability to apply them.
• Understanding the value of STEM in Society
• Demonstrating awareness of opportunities to contribute to community through STEM
6 week workshop
2 days a week
1 – 1.5 hr. each day
After completion of the program school will receive Go Green program and curriculum!
“The developers worked with educators along with community partners to develop materials that are connected to the local environment, classroom curriculum, and Washington State and Next Gen Science Standards”
Michelle Morrison, K-5 STEM Specialist
Tacoma Public Schools
“The Rodney Raccoon educational video engages and educates young people about polluted runoff in Puget Sound in a simple, fun, exciting and captivating manner. Rodney Raccoon shows you vivid images that make you see the problem and how you can be part of the solution. Every child can relate to Rodney Raccoon. This innovative approach to learning is exactly what children need in this digital age.”