Thursday, February 29, 2024


Wild Things Visit Atlantic Christian School


By Herald Staff

High school students and teachers from Egg Harbor Town-ship High School’s Environmental Club, Animal Outreach Program, recently turned Atlantic Christian School, in Egg Harbor Township, into a mini-zoo for a day.
Teachers—Jim House, Rodney Velardi and Justin Bragg—and student club members intro-duced a hands-on on program that brought the school’s preschoolers through third-graders face to face with several species of invertebrates, amphibians and reptiles.
The students circulated through five different education stations, where they saw and touched animals indigenous to Central and South America.
The goal of the program is to provide information to the younger students on subjects they have researched, in hopes that they will be inspired to learn more about animals around the world.

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