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Science & Sailing Expedition on the Waters of the Salish Sea!

Middle & High School Age Students

Seattle: Friday April 4- Sunday April 6

Departs/Returns -- Seattle -- Elliott Bay Marina

Teachers and Parents

Salish Sea Expeditions is offering a unique science and sailing expedition for students targeting middle and high school students in the Puget Sound region.

Typically, our programs are organized by teachers for groups of up to 30 participants from the same school or classroom at a time, so this in an exciting chance for interested individuals to enroll in our programs.  Salish has offered these expeditions in a limited capacity over the last several years with great success; parents and teachers of home-school students or students especially interested in science encouraged to enroll.   Please feel free to call or email Kristen Cann, Education Director, to explore whether this educational opportunity is right for your student/child.

Students who participate on this expedition will also encouraged to attend the Salish Sea Student Science Symposium on Thursday May 22, 2014.  The Symposium is a showcase of student scientists sharing the results of thier research; we anticipate 30 research groups to present and we'd be thrilled if your students/child was a part of the symposium.

Here's what a few of our past participants say about the experience:

“This trip really changed my perspective on science.  I used to not like it very much, but getting the chance to go out in to the real world and use it makes if fun and easy to learn.” --

“We got to do science! I have like 400,000 more questions!  I need to do this 200 more times!”  

Program Overview

  • Our programs promote student centered and directed research projects;
  • Careful guidance in design and use of the scientific method;
  • Exploration of scientific predictions through deployment of oceanographic research equipment;
  • Collection, analysis, and synthesis of data;
  • Sail training and navigation of research-driven itinerary, and;
  • Outdoor living skills and community building.

  

Student Preparation

Resources are available below to help your students prepare. 


Program Dates -

Program Expedition: Friday, April 4 (9:00am) - Sunday, April 6 (4pm)

Boarding Dock: Elliott Bay Marina, Seattle, WA

Cost: $280 per participant; scholarships available.


All food, camping equipment (except sleeping bag), raingear, and instruction will be provided. 

Scholarship opportunities are available for qualifying students .


Registration  

REGISTER NOW:  Please visit our trip registration page to sign up.  Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation from the office that will hold your spot on board with a $100 deposit.  If you or anyone in your network of families is interested in enrolling a student, please contact our Education Director, Kristen Cann at kristen@salish.org or call (206) 780-7848 ext. 2#, for more information.  If you do not get a response within 3 days, please email Kristen.

PAYMENT OPTIONS: Please send a check by mail to 1257 Patmos Lane, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 or call our Office Coordinator Mark Arduini us with the credit card information 206-780-7848 ext 0#.

For Registered Students and Families

Paperwork to complete:

Information for families:

Pre-trip activities for students:

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