Ambassador Project

Project Objectives
Sunshine Standards
Project Menu Page


 

Florida Scrub Jay

Scrub Menu Page
Scrub Photo Gallery
Scrub Project Outline
Scrub Jay Characteristics
Terms to Know


 

Teacher Corner

Lesson Ideas
Student Activities
Classroom Resources
Participating Teachers


 

Ask an Expert

Tips for Contacting
Experts


 

Birding on the Internet

Birding on the Web
Fugleskue Birdwatch
Zoom Birds


Online Resources

Scrub Jay
The Competitor
Endangered Creatures
Other Resources
Legislators


 

Student Publishing

Student Work


Participating Teachers

Kathy Hamm
Grade 5
Moton Elementary School
Brooksville, FL
What will students do? Students will research the Florida scrub jay and work on projects to help make it the state bird and protect its habitat. A public relations campaign is planned which will include getting the community involved and having petitions signed.

Lorraine Gray
Grade 4
Moton Elementary School
Brooksville, FL
What will students do? This class will work with the group above.

Cheryl Schenck
Grade 5
Brooksville Elementary School
Brooksville, FL
What will students do? Students will be writing their state representatives, getting petitions signed and researching endangered animals - specifically the scrub jay.

Ellen Maracotta
Bayonet Point Middle School
New Port Richey, FL
What will students do? Social studies classes will help get petitions signed, e- mail their state representatives and engage in lessons about the scrub jay.

Terri Gilstad
Grade 3
Wellington School
What will students do? Students will find their state representative using online resources and will get petitions signed in their community.

Christine Knipper
Grade 5
Moton Elementary School
Brooksville, FL
What will students do? Research information about the scrub jay and collect signatures for the petition.

Michelle Haywood
Grade 3
Weirsdale, Florida
What will students do? We'd like to help with the student projects and write letters.

February 1999 Carla Schutte
Technology Specialist,
Moton Elementary