District Spotlight - Heritage High School Students Fishing For Their Future
Posted on July 10, 2019 by WSIPC News
Do you know what electrofishing is? Two Heritage High School students (Evergreen Public Schools) are now experts! Through Evergreen CTE (Career and Technical Education) programs they became the first teenagers to ever be certified by Smith-Root.
Don’t worry, the fish are not permanently harmed. This technique is used for data collection to better understand and protect fish life.
Originally posted on Our Kids Our Future
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