Summer Science 2021

Learning from the Natural World

Presenters: Mollie Parsons, Cerise Consulting and Katie Weekes, Educational Director, Audubon SW 

Mollie & Katie will lead you through activities that will help you explore how you might better engage K-6 students in the habitat you find around your school. The 1st & last day will be online and the 2nd day will be in person at the Audubon Center in Santa Fe. Theme will include bird identification, pollinators, native plants, and much more. If you are looking for ways to learn outdoors with your students – This is the workshop for you! 

Series Dates: July 12th, 14th & 16th 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon 

July 12th & 16th – ZOOOOOOM… 

July 14th – In-Person at Randall Davey Auditorium Center 1800 Upper Canyon Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87505 

Teacher Stipend: $150.00 for attendance of full 3-day series 

Registering: contact Susan McIntosh at santafescience @ 

Grade Levels: K-6

 Looking forward to seeing you at SFSI Summer 2021 

Aligned to the NM STEM Ready Science Standards and the NMCCSS for ELA