SSSC Education Programs
Celebrate Earth Day with us by dressing up as your favorite animal and walking in the Parade of the Species! The parade starts at Totem Square at 2:45pm and ends at the Science Center for fun games and activities.
The last Sprouts will take place on April 18th from 10:30 – 12:30pm so be sure not to miss it! Click here to see what else we have gong on in April.
The Science Center will be hosting a family-friendly education event on March 17th during Spring Break! Check out a full schedule of our March education programs and events by clicking here.
SSSC Summer Camp Registration opened February 1st! We offer camps for students early elementary through high school. Sign up online or in person at the Science Center. Click here to see what else we have going on during the month of February.
We’re kicking off the New Year with new exciting Ed programs! Wednesday, January 18th is the first “Behind the Scenes” – a new series of fun learning events for adults. January also marks the first month that Eco-Discoveries will be held at the Science Center. Click here to check out the other education events we have going on in January.
September – December 2016
The month of December began with an exciting Scientists in the Schools lesson on bioenergetics in all 10th grade science classes at Mt. Edgecumbe High School.
Our weekly preschool program Sprouts will be on hold for the rest of the month and will resume on January 3rd. Check out the calendar to see what else we have going on this month!
The first week of November is packed full of education events to celebrate WhaleFest! The month continues with Scientists in the Schools in both 5th and 8th grade classes as well as our regular out of school education programs.
For the month of October our out of school partnerships including Sprouts, GLO, BLAST, PHS Aquaculture Elective, and Eco-Detectives are in full swing.
We kicked off the month of September with Scientists in the Schools in the 11th/12th grade Chemistry classes at both Mt. Edgecumbe High School and Sitka High School, followed by a visit to the 2nd grade classes at Keet Gooshi Heen Elementary where we explored animal adaptations.