Trout In the Classroom Since 2008, students have been raising Kamloop Rainbow Trout from eggs to fingerlings while engaging in lessons about the stream ecosystem and have stocked 1303 trout in Snowy Creek.
Building Agricultural Responsibility in our Neighborhood (BARN) Program This is a school wide, ongoing program developed in 2013 which engages students in conducting research and learning sustainability and responsible agriculture practices involving livestock and our greenhouse and gardens.
Chesapeake Bay Trip Since 2008 fourth grade students have the opportunity to spend time on the Chesapeake Bay investigating the ecosystems including its historical and economical impact in comparison to their local watershed.
Great American Can Roundup We have been participating in the Great American Can Roundup for four years and have recycled 3898 pounds of aluminum cans, winning the state contest three out of the four years.
Growing Good Neighbors As an extension of our BARN Program, students are engaging community members in gardening through community workshops and by assisting in planting gardens in the community members' yards.