The SMAP and El Niño Campaigns Recognize 2 Exceptional Schools

We are just about one month into the El Niño Field Campaign and we have many schools that have gone above and beyond expectations.

Teacher, Jeff Bouwman, at Shumate Middle School in Michigan, has taken his student science to the next level. By maximizing his classroom space to using the great outdoors to do great science, #GettingScienceDone is setting the bar high for student GLOBE measurements.

Students from the Medford Memorial Middle School in New Jersey, and teacher, Vicky Gorman, have been collecting samples well before the campaign began. From getting their hands dirty in the soil to making sure their protocol measurements are ideal, Vicky Gorman and her students are setting the standard for great GLOBE measurements.

View the guest blog from Medford Memorial Middle School HERE! This blog highlights their SMAP Block Pattern Protocol measurements.

Each month, we will give a shout-out to two more schools! Do you have what it takes? Write me why your school is an exceptional school taking the SMAP measurements.

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Way to go Jeff and Vicky!!! You so rock!
Thank you! Way to go Vicky! Very cool reading about all of your hard work. Love the gettingsciencedone tag at the bottom. - JB
Thanks, Dorian and Brian! And congratulation Jeff! Wish you lived closer, so our students could collaborate in person.