Community welcome!

April 16, 23, 30

For 2nd to 6th graders

At our downtown campus 

An excursion each day! 

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Financial aid will be offered to students eligible for free/reduced lunch services. Contact our business office for details.

Trash to Treasure

April 16; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Grades 2-6; $100

Registration deadline: April 8

(Earlybird registration discount)

Plastic is an amazing and useful human-made material. The problem is that many of us use more plastic than we need to and half the plastic produced is designed to be used once and thrown away. Too much ends up where it shouldn't – in our oceans and on our beaches. Learn about flotsam and jetsam, the Pacific trash Gyre and efforts to to clean it up. Explore the concept of sustainable art. Travel to the beach at Old Town Tacoma. We'll take trash (cleaned) and maybe some natural objects from the beach and turn them into objects of beauty – sculptures, garden decor, milk jug bird feeders – maybe more!

Nurture Nature 

April 23; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Grades 2-6; $100  

Registration deadline: April 15

(Earlybird registration discount)

Learn about native vs. invasive plants and animals. How do native plants and animal help the environment? How do invasive species damage it? Learn how to identify noxious weeds. Learn about the importance of bees in our ecosystem. Make posters to promote the benefits of natives. Plant seedlings to take home. Travel to the Native Plant Garden at Point Defiance Park.

Water is Life 

April 30; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Grades 2-6; $100 

Registration deadline: April 22

(Earlybird registration discount)

Explore the role of water as a precious resource. Track pollution cleanup efforts in Puget Sound. Learn about local Orca populations. Walk Pacific Avenue to explore some of the city's rain gardens, then design a rain garden for your backyard. Perform experiments that answer the question "can you live underwater?" Design an underwater living prototype in Seabury's MakerSpace – and more!

Instructors – Seabury faculty members:  Lynne Gallo and Ruth Maitlen

10 percent discount for registration in all three Saturdays

 * Students staying for both sections will have a supervised lunch/recess. Bring a sack lunch.

Seabury follows COVID protocols to protect students and staff.  Information will be provided upon registration. Check HERE for detailed information about Seabury's COVID guidelines.

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