LL&W hosts FREE one-day workshops students aboard our floating classroom! It is a memorable trip for the students and is sure to make a difference in the way they think about their use of consumer goods and disposal of their trash, as well as inspire a new appreciation for our nation’s rivers.
>>All student workshops are full as of 3.9.17. Please check back often for openings!<<
Frequently Asked Questions:
Our educators offer an experience that involves numerous activities and discussions that teach students the importance of keeping rivers clean. All our activities are hands-on and appropriate for grades 7-12 and even college.
Students participate in two lab activities of the teacher’s choice, one before lunch and one after lunch.
Click HERE to view the list of LL&W’s hands-on lab activities and choose the two that best fit the needs of your curriculum.
9am: Meet at boat ramp; introductions to staff; safety talk; boat ride to barge
9:20am: Tour of barge; presentation on history of LL&W, its operations and programs, and bizarre examples of trash we’ve found over the years
10am: Break; Lab Activity #1
12:00pm: Lab Activity #2
1:30pm: Wrap-up; teacher evaluations; student surveys
1:45pm: Boat ride back to boat ramp
The workshop is one-day long and lasts from 9am-2pm. If this time does not work, we can make other arrangements.
The workshop is absolutely free. There is no charge to the school. We even offer bus scholarships to schools in financial need.
We strongly recommend that schools bring 1 chaperon for every 10 students. Administrators, school security staff, parents, substitutes, and other teachers make great choices for chaperons.