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  • “Kids CAN Make a Difference”
    K-12 Earth Day 2005 Program

    Help the Earth and Your Students’ MEAP Scores!!

    Earth Day is April 22nd!

    Schools, scouting groups, and community youth groups located in Houghton, Baraga, Keweenaw, Gogebic, and Ontonagon counties are invited to participate in the Fifth Annual Earth Day 2005 “Kids CAN Make A Difference” Program.

    The goal of this program is for students to recognize that we all can make a difference by becoming more informed and by taking action in our local communities. See the program description flyer for how this program correlates to the Michigan Curriculum Framework.

    This program is sponsored by the Western Upper Peninsula Center for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education with funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Wege Foundation.

    • Our Earth Day Program is the Winner of the 2003 Michigan Association of School Boards Education Excellence Award!
    • Our Earth Day Program Connects to the Michigan Curriculum Framework for Science & Social Studies!!
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    You can fill in the PDF forms and print them or print a blank form and fill in with pen

    For More information, download a copy of the
    “Kids CAN Make A Difference” Program Description and Registration Form (PDF).

    Updated April 21, 2005

    Western Upper Peninsula Center for Science, Mathematics & Environmental Education
    Michigan Technological University
    1400 Townsend Dr., Houghton, MI 49931-1295
    Tel: 906-487-3341


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