SPRING 2021 YAQUINA HEAD DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMS
In response to Covid-19, all Spring 2021 Yaquina Head Education programs will be VIRTUAL. Adapted versions of regularly offered tidepool and lighthouse programs will lead students through engaging activities with a ranger in a live, virtual format (zoom). Programs will range from 30-60 minutes in length. See below for registration detail.
Distance Learning Program Offerings (full descriptions in Registration Packet below)
- 4th Grade: 30-minute program for 4th grade classes to learn about Every Kid Outdoors Program. Each student will receive their FREE federal parks pass!
- K-12 Tidepool Exploration: 60-minute program exploring Yaquina Head’s tidepools.
- K-12 Lighthouse Tour: 30–60-minute program touring Yaquina Head Lighthouse with a Lightkeeper.
- K-12 Custom Programs: up to 60 minutes - design a program with the coordinator based on your needs. Potential topics: marine mammals, seabirds, lighthouse history, Q&A with a ranger, etc.
Ranger-led Distance Learning Programs–Spring, 2021 ranger-led programs will be VIRTUAL. If you would like to participate in a FREE, live virtual program with a ranger please review the Registration Packet and complete the Distance Learning Registration Form.
Teacher-led Education Programs–Year-Round. Teachers/Professors are welcome to explore Yaquina Head with their students by coming prepared with appropriate, supervised activities.
For more information please contact:
Meredith Matherly, Education Program Coordinator