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Science Conference

Both middle and high school teachers will participate in hands-on learning on May 13th at the EMC from 9am-9pm. Teachers will have a chance to attend many of our break out sessions, collectors permit class and night wade adventure.

2015 Envirothon

Congratulations to all our teams that competed at this year 2015 Envirothon. Teams moving on to states in Ocala on April 25th are as follows.

Citrus – The Geek Squad (Lecanto High School) – Overall winner

Hernando – Run Forrest Run (FW Springstead High School)

Pasco – Wasabi (Pasco High School)

Sumter – AgVengers (South Sumter)


We would also like to congratulate our Category winners

Aquatic – N4 and Cooey – Pasco

Current topic – Flatworms – Citrus

Forestry – AgVengers – Sumter

Soils – The Geek Squad – Citrus

Wildlife – Run Forrest Run – Hernando

Ecological succession

Ecological Succession is the process where habitat change over time. Check out our oyster bars to maritime hammocks photo posts.

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Storm Drain Marking Program

Mrs. Hock’s AP/Environmental students placed 45 Stormdrain markers around SLHS on 11/19. This was a reapplication as many of the old stormdrain markers had been removed from pressure washing and new paving.