Students of all ages can continue the Urban Adventure Squad learning at home, in the classroom, or while traveling.
We have two resources areas, with a third on the way:
1. Resources for individuals, teachers, and families on coping with Coronavirus.
2. D.C.'s Hidden Waterways, a yearlong project in partnership with Elsie Whitlow Stokes Community Freedom Public Charter School that was funded by the D.C. Department of Energy and Environment.
3. Geocaching DC's Waterways, currently in progress and ready for release by May/June 2020. Item #1, above, includes some of the newest resources from this project, which is funded by the D.C. Department of Energy and Environment, in partnership with several local schools: DC Bilingual Public Charter School, Elsie Whitlow Stokes Community Freedom Public Charter School (Brookland and East End campuses), and Creative Minds International Public Charter School.
This project is placing educational Geocaches, created by students through research and writing, in different parts of DC. The Geocaches focus on stormwater runoff, which is rainwater that carries trash and pollutants over hard surfaces (like driveways and sidewalks), into storm drains, and to local waterways.