Frontier Science School, a curriculum-based education program cooperatively led by Partners and the Bureau of Land Management. We help students, teachers, and people of all ages explore Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and the public lands and rural communities of southern Utah and northern Arizona. Scientifically and historically invaluable, our region is ideal for examining efforts to live sustainably in remote, arid country, and it’s a life-changing classroom for an emerging generation of Westerners.
Outside, Indoors, and Online
Frontier Science School builds relationships with wide-ranging teachers, volunteers, rural communities, and government agencies. Our primary partner is the Bureau of Land Management, which oversees Grand Staircase as part of the National Landscape Conservation System. In support of the agency’s “Take It Outside” initiative, we provide opportunities for local students to strengthen their skills in science, technology, engineering, and math, commonly referred to as STEM. Yet no matter the subject, we focus on a single, overarching goal: help teachers connect their students to home ground.
To learn about the variety of activities we offer at this time, from outdoor field trips and classroom visits to curriculum-based Discovery Trunks, please visit Frontier Science School’s website at www.frontierscienceschool.org. You can also contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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