Environmental Science

Pierce County Skills Center

Program Overview

Dates: Session I: June 27 - July 15 (No school July 4) Session II: July 18 - August 4 7:45am-2:45pm
Location: Natural Resource Science Center - Franklin Pierce School District
Credit: Elective, Lab Science, 0.5

In this class, students will learn and apply theories of conservation and resource management.  Students will gain a thorough understanding of the inter-relationships of humans, animals, plants, soil, water, and air.  Students will plan, develop, manage and evaluate programs that protect and regulate natural habitats and renewable natural resources.  Videos, guest presenters and projects will introduce students to skill requirements at both the technical and professional levels.  Dual Credit: Students may earn college credit through this class.

Credit Equivalency: CTE Elective - This class qualifies as a lab science in the Franklin Pierce School District. Please confirm credit equivalency with your high school counselor.

About Pierce County Skills Center

The Pierce County Skills Center opened Wednesday, September 8, 2010, bringing along with it career options for students, leading to real jobs that mesh with workplace demands.

The Pierce County Skills Center serves students from our nine school districts: Bethel, Eatonville, Fife, Franklin Pierce, Orting, Steilacoom, Sumner, Tacoma, and White River.

For more information, call 253.683.5950

Program Details

Time All Day
Cost FREE
Grade 9—12
Dates Jun 27—Aug 04
Days Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu
Location Franklin Pierce High School
11002 18th Ave E, Tacoma, WA
Tacoma, WA 98445
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Resources

Summer Youth Pass
Youth Summer Pass