Our Mission: To ensure that each student achieves his/her highest personal potential
Our Vision: To be a world-class school system
Environmental Education Program

EE provides authentic experiences for teachers and students in our local environment. Our environment includes not only our natural resources, but also our cultural and historical resources as well. The core of the program is the system of Community Study Units and their associated field trips. Students have opportunities to visit and learn about the major habitat types of Southwest Florida and key historic sites. The Mosquito Education program introduces students to mosquito biology and control options while modeling important science skills. Many other instructional, curricular, and training opportunities are included in the EE Program.

Lee Hughes Coordinator, Science K-12 239-337-8697
Rick Tully Coaching Specialist, Science K-12   239-337-8628
Brian Murphy Resource Teacher (Aquatic Systems/Mosquito Education)  
Eric Jackson Resource Teacher (Aquatic Systems/Mosquito Education)  
Joelle Hammes Helping Teacher  

 
LCSD Recycling Guidelines  (Updated 11-08-12)

Aquatic Systems/Mosquito Control Education Programs

Harmful Algal Blooms (HAB) PowerPoint

HAB Brochures, Articles, and SFWMD PowerPoints

More HAB Photos

Community Atlas Sites

Energy Conservation

Faculty Representatives

Habitats of Lee

Living with Estuaries

Southwest Florida Population Growth