Just for O‘ahu Schools

For more info & teacher resources,
contact Education Program Manager
Sheri Fitzgerald by clicking here.

Preschool
Children of the Land
Get comfortable in nature while learning about the wonders of water. Explore mountain trails and the special homes of forest animals.

During School Year: Wednesdays / Summer: Tuesdays & Thursdays | 9 am – 11 am

Kindergarten
Introduction to Nature
A sensory exploration and learning experience that leads to a greater appreciation of nature’s living and non-living parts.

Spring Semester | 9 am – 12:30 pm

First Grade
Introduction to Plants, Animals & Healthy Habitat
Discover plants and animals in three different habitats. Emphasis on survival needs, plants and animals adaptations, food chains, and how people can help.

Fall Semester | 9 am – 12:30 pm

Second Grade
Cycles in Nature
Examine the importance of nature’s cycles and how they interact. Learn about biological and physical cycles in forests and streams.

Fall & Spring Semesters | 9 am – 12:30 pm

Third Grade
Discover Wetlands
Explore geography, biology, and ecology of wetlands. Discover the native Hawaiian endangered waterbirds and migratory birds that depend on healthy wetlands.

Fall at Honouliuli NWR / Spring at Kawainui-Hāmākua Marsh Complex | 9 am – 12:30 pm

Fourth, Fifth & Sixth Grades
Forest Encounters
Explore the forest of Pu‘u ‘Ualaka‘a while learning about geological, biological, and human impact. Learn abou watersheds, biodiversity, and native versus introduced species.

Spring Semester | 9 am – 12:30 pm

Fourth, Fifth & Sixth Grades
Coastal Encounters
Examine how plants and animals adapt to coastal areas, how people have used the coast in the past, and how we continue to impact the coast today. Emphasis on archaeology, native and introduced species, and marine debris.

Spring Semester | 9 am – 12:30 pm

Middle Schools Students
Watersheds, Wetlands & Waterbirds
Explore a marsh and learn about wetland ecology, endangered waterbirds, climate change, and traditional Hawaiian land management concepts of the ahupua‘a.

Fall & Spring Semesters at Kawainui- Hāmākua Marsh Complex | 9 am – 12:30 pm

Middle School Students
Understanding Climate Change Impact on the Ahupua‘a: Mauka
Study in the forest and learn the science of climate change. Discover how today’s human-induced climate change is impacting our island’s forests and mountain streams. Learn sustainability and ways that we can reduce the amount of climate change and mitigate its effects.

Fall & Spring Semesters | 9 am – 12:30 pm

Middle School Students
Understanding Climate Change Impact on the Ahupua‘a: Makai
Explore on the coast and learn how today’s human-induced climate change is impacting our island’s shoreline, tide pools, and coral reefs. Learn sustainability and ways that we can reduce the amount of climate change and mitigate its effects.

Fall & Spring Semesters at Sandy Beach | 9 am – 12:30 pm

Program Fees

For Title 1 Schools

$425 (up to 60 students)

$300 (up to 40 students)

$225 (up to 20 students)

For Schools with Single Booking

$775 (up to 60 students)

$575 (up to 40 students)

$375 (up to 20 students)

For Schools with Multiple Bookings

$700 (up to 60 students)

$525 (up to 40 students)

$325 (up to 20 students)

The discounted rate for multiple bookings applies if more than one trip is scheduled by the same school in a given semester.

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