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From the Mountains to the Estuary:  From the Schoolyards to the Bay







Pages for 6th Grade or High School teachers, Interpreters,
or our Livebinders, the GMU B-Wet Resources site, and our Stewardship Ideas page




Below you'll find...




To provide meaningful watershed educational experience to every Middle and High School Student in Prince William County, Virginia, fostering their environmental stewardship and promoting their educational achievement.



Goals by July 2013



Provide Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEES) for over 22,000 middle school and high school students across 27 schools in Prince William County.


Deliver professional development and technical assistance to enhance capacity of 50 teachers of 6th grade, high school earth science and environmental science.


(We also had initial objectives for our 2009-2010 launch year.)




In the News





Collaborators and Supporters


Initiatives have been realized in partnership with:


  • National Park Service, National Capital Region
  • Prince William County [Virginia] Public Schools


And with vital support from:


National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Chesapeake Bay Watershed Education and Training (B-WET) program


For More Information



For more information about this NOAA-funded partnership, please contact either of the following:


Dann Sklarew,

Associate Director

Potomac Environmental Research and Education Center

George Mason University 

Kirsten White

E.A.G.L.E.S. Center   

Prince William County Schools

Cindy Smith,

Education Director

Potomac Environmental Research and Education Center

George Mason University




(703) 993-2012                         


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