Last Monday, 11/5/18, a small group of RHS students visited the Mosquito Management facility of Sarasota to learn about mosquitoes, mosquito fish, and the aquaponics system the staff had built on the premises. IT WAS BEAUTIFUL!! I would 100% recommend it because it was very informative, and it was just plainly just an awesome experience.Continue reading Mosquitos, fresh basil and snakes — oh my!
By: Cameron Crawford Class of 2021 At Riverview High School, we had a virtual field trip after school in the Marine room. The field trip was hosted by EarthEcho Expeditions, which is a program designed to spread STEM education to the kids of the 21st century. They do this by creating virtual labs, expeditions, andContinue reading EarthEcho Features RHS Aquascience in International Live Web Event
As part of a hands on, and sensual learning high school, Riverview High school students, including myself, take it upon ourselves to explore the outside campus. We were instructed to take what we know about observation and use the five senses to describe our surroundings in detail. After day one of observation, we had toContinue reading Exploration and Knowledge Expansion
The aquadome was filled with commotion and organized chaos — it was time to tag the snook! We had a table set up right in the middle of the room with two people measuring our aquacultured common snook, two people weighing them, two people documenting the data and the tag numbers, and two Mote MarineContinue reading Tagging snook with Mote Marine Laboratory
Update! Pigeon Key featured RHS in their fall newsletter the Pigeon Key Fall Carrier 2018, read it here! Post by: Anton Nieves Class of 2020 On October 12, 2018, 19 of my fellow classmates and I, along with two wonderful marine science teachers set out on a trek to Pigeon Key eight hours away fromContinue reading Students Jump in to Marine Science on Pigeon Key
The Carefree learner, owned and operated by Sarasota High School, is a one of a kind marine educational experience. Nicknamed “ The Floating Classroom”, This 41’ft lengthened boat has harbored over 174,000 student and adults to aid in the study of Sarasota Bays ecology. This past September, Sarasota had graciously invited our Riverview High SchoolContinue reading Carefree Learning!
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Contact Us… Contact our Aquascience Director and Co-director of Stars to Starfish, Katrin Rudge, for any information and to find out more about the program. Email me at email@example.com Call Riverview High School at (941) 923-1484
How to get involved with the Stars To Starfish Program… There are a multitude of ways one can get involved in the Stars to Starfish Program. One can join one of our affiliated clubs, which are the Marine Club, the Papillon Club, the Environmental Club, or FFA. Also a student can become an intern withContinue reading Get Involved