Target 4:  Engaged Community Partners. Teachers will collaborate, innovate, create, and conceptualize ideas and learning with local partners to make a difference in their community, state, and world.

Action Step: Engage community partners in a focused collaborative inquiry process.

Indicator of Success: Learning outcomes will be expanded to encourage curiosity, communication, and digital citizenry.


Georgia Elementary students are fortunate to have Four Winds visit their classrooms throughout the school year.


During each visit, volunteer scientists/educators provide an understanding, appreciation, and hands-on approach regarding the protection of our environment with children.

photo 2 (3)

Four Winds is dedicated to helping students gain background knowledge and science skills needed to understand the world around them and the creative problem solving and citizenship skills needed to protect it.


Each month provides a different curriculum to keep children engaged and interested in the natural world. Four Winds believes individuals long for a healthy connection to the environment and to each other.


This community based educational program brings children and adults together to explore and understand nature.


Through these programs, Four Winds is helping people of all ages make meaningful connections to nature. It is these connections that will nurture and fuel us all as we work together to address the increasingly complex environmental issues ahead of us.

photo 3 (3)

We must start early, by educating children, about the importance of the relationship that exists between the earth and our lifestyles.

photo 1 (3)

Choices we make each and every day have an impact on the natural world and we must be knowledgeable about how we can preserve and protect for years to come.

One thought on “GEMS Students Explore the Natural World

  1. four winds has been great in all the schools over many years! Some kids never the opportunity to get out in nature and see/learn these things. A fun, hands on way to learn about our natural world.


Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s