Biomedical Sciences:
Thursday January 18th at 10am

Keep it Clean!
Wednesday January 24th at 10am

Black Bears Return to Texas 

The black bear (Ursus americanus) was once widespread throughout the Lone Star State. Habitat loss, hunting, and other pressures have eliminated most Texas black bears. Yet, the population is growing once again. This return can positively impact native ecosystems but can also cause fear and concern. Learn about the ecology and life habitats of these fascinating creatures, how and where they are rebounding, and what Texans are doing to help the black bear. We will have an expert on hand from the Texas Black Bear Alliance to answer any questions your students have and to provide up to date information.

Provider: Katy Prairie Conservancy (KPC), U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service - Houston Urban Program, and Texas Black Bear Alliance.

Dates: January 23, 2018

Length: 45 minutes

Session 1:  9 am – 9:45 am

Session 2: 10 am – 10:45 am

Cost: Free

Grade Levels: 2nd-5th



       Grade 2 - 9A,B,C

       Grade 3 - 9A,C,

       Grade 4 - 10A, Grade 5 - 9A

       Grade 5 - 9A,B,C

Social Studies

       Grade 4 - 9A,C

       Grade 5 - 9A,B

Registration Link:

Presidential Primary Sources Project 
for 2018!

Teen Dating Safety/Violence 


Prom Safety

Human Trafficking

Child Abuse and Neglect

Animal Safety / Animal Cruelty Prevention