SIS Salmon Releases at Carkeek Park, Spring Programs

Every year, many local public and private elementary school classrooms receive salmon eggs from the Suquamish Tribe as part of the Salmon in the Schools program. After months of feeding, caring for, and learning about salmon, the students and teachers deliver their salmon to the Les Malmgren Imprint Pond in Carkeek Park. In addition to delivering their fish for imprinting, these field trips include hands-on activities based on their school curriculum. The SIS program is an effort to educate kids about biology, ecology and to give them a sense of the importance of maintaining a healthy environment.

For more details please visit the Salmon in the Schools website.

The following schools are participating in 2019-2020:

Adams Elementary – Seattle
Broadview-Thomson K-8
Cascade Parent Partnership
Christ the King – Seattle
Daniel Bagley Elementary
Frantz Coe Elementary
Green Lake Elementary
John Stanford International School
KapKa Cooperative School
Lawton Elementary
Loyal Heights Elementary
McDonald International School
Meridian School
North Beach Elementary
Queen Anne Elementary
Salmon Bay K-8
Small Faces Development Center
St. Alphonsus Parish School
St. Benedict School
St. John’s School
Viewlands Elementary
West Woodland Elementary
Whitman Middle School
Whittier Elementary – Seattle

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