In grade 6 students focus on the biodiversity of life within the forests, with a special focus on rare and endangered species. Students also practice the scientific method during a hands-on tree measuring experiment that provides them with an opportunity to use forestry tools and techniques as well as traditional methods.
Grade 8: Water Quality
In Grade 8 Students learn how to test different water characteristics and explore why water quality is important to society and nature.
The Meduxnekeag Outdoor Environmental Education Program was created in 2015, with the goal of providing middle school students with a hands-on outdoors, inquiry based, curriculum linked learning experiences through 3 different climate change monitoring and tracking experiments.