Environmental Education

  Environmental Education (COSER 416)

Environmental Science is a program offered through Instructional Support Services of Cattaraugus-Allegany Board of Cooperative Educational Services (CA BOCES). CoSer 416 provides over 50 exciting hands-on, scientific programs for your students to learn the fundamentals of our environment. Students will dig into the study of the effects of natural and unnatural processes, and of interactions of the physical components of the planet on the environment.

Guest presentation programs such as Hawk Creek, Bwana Jim, the Planetarium, and the Nature Ed-Ventures are available for an additional fee that is aidable by BOCES. Please remember to register these guest presentations two months ahead of time in order to receive aid.

For questions or more information, contact Lance Feuchter, 716-376-8279, or lance_feuchter@caboces.orgcreate new email.

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Available Programs

Grade K-1:

Environmental Science Program Descriptions K.1opens WORD file

Grade 1-2:

Environmental Science Program Descriptions-1.2opens WORD file

Grade 2-4:

Environmental Science Program Descriptions-2.4opens WORD file

Grade 3-4:

Environmental Science Program Descriptions-3.4opens WORD file

Grade 3-5:

Environmental Science Program Descriptions-3.5opens WORD file

Grade 4-5:

Environmental Science Program Descriptions-4.5opens WORD file

Intermediate Programs:

Environmental Science Intermediate Programsopens WORD file

Guest apperence programs:

Environmental Science Guest Appearance Programsopens WORD file

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Environmental Science on Senecaopens WORD file

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Environmental Education -Residential Overnight Camping Experiences (CoSer 416.020)

Residential overnight camping experiences are designed for middle school students. Schools and CA BOCES staff develop their goals, and environmental teaching staff serve as a support to help member schools reach those goals.


Environmental Education – Partnerships


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Program Staff:
Clay Nolan, Program Manager (716) 376-8354

Lance Feuchter, Coordinator and Instructor (716) 376-8279