It was an exciting school year at Westminster Woods! Our exceptional staff of Teacher Naturalists served more than 6,300 students from 118 different Northern California schools. More than two thirds of our visiting students had the opportunity to get up in the air in our high ropes challenge course. Thanks to the support of the Margaret V. Ping Foundation, we opened the doors to two brand new indoor laboratories: Many students explored the structure and function of animal bones in our skulls lab, and others got a close look at the invertebrates they collected from Dutch Bill Creek in our microscope lab.
We are so grateful for the amazing classroom teachers and school administrators who coordinated these programs on behalf of their school communities and the 1,275 chaperones that joined the students on campus. Check out the infographic below for more information about the School Programs impact for the 2017-2018 school year. If you are a classroom teacher looking to reserve a program next year, please inquire here.