HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, KY (FOX19) - The Northern Kentucky University Center for Environmental Education will host its inaugural Environmental Education Day on Tuesday, April 19, for middle school students and teachers from Bracken and Gallatin County schools. The event, brought in partnership with the Environmentally Concerned Organization of Students and the Center for Integrative Natural Science and Mathematics, is part of Earth Week 2011 programming and will be held on NKU’s Highland Heights campus.
There will be learning stations with interactive lessons including River Ecology, Green Technology, Wonders of Water, Energy and many more. Each student will be able to visit five stations and will complete an Environmental Day journal during their visit. Later, they will be given the opportunity to share with classmates and teachers what they learned using their journal. Other take-home items will be provided to students.