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FS Scientist Talks to Students about Watershed

FS Scientist Talks to Students about Watershed

Reading is Fundamental 2010 - Forest Service employees read to students at Bailey's Elementary

FS intern, Jessica Wade, reads to a third grade class at Bailey's Elementary.

FS employee, Michael Hill, and Bailey's students read a book together.

FS employee, Jessica Medina, reads a book in Spanish to a class of third graders.

FS employees read a Spanish book to a class and translate it into English.

Employee Gives 3rd Grade Students a Geology Presentation

FS Employees gives studetns a geology presentation.

FS employee, Ivette Torres, Liaison Specialist for Minerals and Geology Management, gave a Geology presentation to 3rd grade students.

Students learn hands-on about various minerals.

Third grade students were able to learn hands-on about various minerals.

Students learned about rocks.

In addition to talking about rocks, minerals, water, and fossils; students learned about mining and saw pictures of open pits, underground mines, and quarries.

Bailey's Elementary - Reading is Fundamental 2009

FS employee reading to kids

Bailey's Elementary School students walk around the library to choose a free book to take home.

FS employee reads to students

FS employee asks students questions about water.

FS Employee Reads to Students

Forest Service Employee reads to students at Bailey's Elementary School.

Forest Service employees read to pre-k and Kindergarten students at Bailey's Reading is Fundamental event. (2008)


Forest Service employees participated in a Reading is Fundamental event at Bailey's.


Pre-k and Kindergarten students listened to FS employees read about the environment and forests.


Monty Maldonado read a book in Spanish to the bilingual students.

Bailey's Elementary School students participate in a workshop about water conservation


Bailey's Elementary School students participate in a workshop about water conservation conducted by US Forest Service interns.


Bailey's Elementary School students use clay and small rocks to build aquifers and learn about the different layers of the Earth.


Bailey's Elementary School students create aquifers during a workshop about water conservation to learn ways to prevent water pollution.


Bailey's Elementary School students create aquifers during a workshop about water conservation to learn about natural resources of water.


A Bailey's Elementary kindergarten student draws the different part of a tree after a workshop about trees conducted by US Forest Service interns.

Last Modified: 04/13/2011