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Saturday Science 2021-2022

In association with the Santa Fe Public Schools, we are offering 7 monthly Saturday Science workshops for K-8 teachers in 2021-2022.

“Nurturing the art of doing science and promoting scientific literacy in the schools of Northern New Mexico”

At a Glance

  • Inspiring teachers with innovative professional development and classroom support since 2001
  • We have a unique staff of nine professional, K-12 educators
  • SFSI maintains a comprehensive resource library for educators with nationally recognized classroom materials
  • We encourage strategies to integrate science with math, language arts, and art while aligning with New Mexico Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards
  • Annual participation in SFSI programs: 125 teachers impacting over 3000 students

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What We Do

SFSI’s 9 highly qualified educators lead monthly Saturday Science Workshops, teach the annual Summer Science Week and offer one-on-one mentoring for teachers. In addition, our comprehensive resource library provides educators with classroom materials and nationally¬≠ recognized science kits.

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Saturday Science 2021-2022

In association with the Santa Fe Public Schools, the Santa Fe Science Initiative is offering 7 monthly Saturday Science workshops starting October 9th. The workshops are for K-8 educators. 

Oct 9 – Native Pollinators of NM

Nov 6 – Science Literacy

Nov 13 – Patterns in Nature

Jan 22 – Backyard Birding

Feb 12 – Science Literacy

March 26 – Wildfires

April 2 – Native Flowers

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Santa Fe Science Initiative thanks the following organizations for their past and current contributions.

The TW Family Fund, The Ruth Anne Norris Education Endowment Fund and The Buckman Family Fund

Los Alamos National Laboratory Community Programs