In The Classroom
Bring Science to Life at Your School
Each year we help over 50 teachers raise coho salmon at their schools in classroom aquariums. As students take care of their salmon throughout the school year, they engage in project-based learning about salmon life cycle, biology, and habitat. By the time students release their salmon into local streams at the end of the school year, they feel connected to their salmon and personally invested in protecting them.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-882-0936 x 228.
Join Our Program
Interested in joining SITC? First, read our “Steps for Joining” to learn more. Next, submit your Program Application Form by March 31st for consideration for the following school year. SITC staff will notify you when your application form is received, and again when your permit from WDFW is approved. After that, we’ll schedule an orientation meeting and tank set-up date! All materials are generously provided by Clark Public Utilities. We look forward to working with you!
Are you a current SITC participant? Find everything you need on our Teacher Resources page, whether you’re looking for curriculum resources, salmon care guides, or our list of program offerings for your next classroom visit. Discover the materials SITC teachers use to promote inquiry, NGSS learning, and a sense of stewardship among students.