Recognition Ceremonies for PBE

School year 2015-2016 has officially come to a close, and as with all Climate Kids that participate in our program we recognize our Pacific Beach Elementary Climate Kids for their great work and enthusiasm this school year! The Climate Kids of Pacific Beach Elementary partook in Marine and Carnivore Modules, and analyzed and interpreted how climate change impacts are affecting species in these ecosystems through art, science, and storytelling. The work of these students was truly incredible, so much so that art work created from our Marine Module will be featured at Cabrillo National Monument this fall. We would like to thank Pacific Beach Elementary Principal Denise Goulart for her unending support of the Climate Kids program, and we look forward to continuing this great partnership.

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