Chevron Zoo School
A Week of Adventure at the Zoo - A Year of Learning
Bring your classroom to the zoo for an entire week and create an educational adventure none of your students will ever forget. Your week will be custom designed according to the curriculum connections you wish to make, and our planning team will help you integrate the week into your yearlong teaching plan.
Sponsored by Chevron Canada Resources.
More About Zoo School
Discover how zoo school will engage your students, connect them with the natural world around them and inspire curiosity and problem solving throughout the entire year.
Zoo School Resources
Learn how your zoo school coordinator can help you plan your academic year around this amazing weeklong opportunity, including a professional development session, a classroom visit, and other resources.
Help with Planning
To make sure that you and your students get the most from this unique experience we provide in-depth planning assistance both during the summer and during the school year.
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