Huntington Beach City School District (HBCSD) OC STEM Ecosystem Community and Corporate Resources/Partnerships
The information and contacts collected here will be retained and used solely by the HBCSD and HBCSD OC STEM Ecosystem team. Our goal is to work together to enhance the high quality STEM and STEAM learning experiences for our students through partnerships and community involvement. We would like to integrate relevant issues for our students through the eye of cross-curricular resources and solve real-world problems that will motivate our learners to think creatively. We want to provide equitable learning opportunities for all. Our hope is the love of learning will continue to evolve as a life-long practice. We appreciate you taking the time to help us build and connect upon resources to support our schools and students!
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Please share how your school or personal learning experiences supported your success in life and career? Were you influenced by a particular teacher, school or other learning experience? What interests you in giving back to our learning community?
In what ways are you interested in contributing to our partnership? How do you see our partnership evolving? Check all that apply:
Expert Guest in the Classroom or Skype/Video Conferencing in the Classroom
Field Trip Opportunity
On-going Collaboration with school, teachers, and/or Ecosystem Team
Do you have a specific preference or connection to work with any one, or all, of our schools?
Dwyer Middle School (grades 6-8)
Sowers Middle School (grades 6-8)
Eader Elementary School (grades preschool-5)
Hawes Elementary School (grades preschool -5)
Huntington Seacliff Elementary School (grades K-5)
Moffett Elementary School (grades K-5)
Perry Elementary School (age 0-grade 5)
Peterson Elementary School (grades K-5)
Smith Elementary School (grades K-5)
Any school is fine
What curricular areas are most applicable?
Career & Technical Education
Art (Visual and Performing)
How did you hear about this partnership opportunity?
What is your preferred method of contact?
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