Author: Michela Sales

School of Conservation faces financial challenge

We are doing all that we can to ensure that our request for $3 million is fully funded by the state. Full funding will allow us to continue operating as staff, upgrading facilities, and providing environmental education to teachers and students across NJ. Read about it at SpartaIndependent.com…

Op-Ed: Lawmakers must step up and save the New Jersey School of Conservation

For school students and teachers across NJ, there are many impactful and valuable experiences to be had here at SOC. For physical education teacher, Bob LoCantore, it was disheartening to learn that we will be facing a 60% budget cut from the state, and is now calling upon the Governor’s office for action. Read about it at NJSpotlightNews.org…

NJ School of Conservation a resource for educators

We are not only excited to offer programming to students following our reopening, but to teachers as well. By adapting our teacher programs to meet the state’s new climate change curriculum, and introducing social and emotional lessons into our student programs, we hope to help meet the changing needs of 21st century education. Read about it at NJEA.ORG…

“Stoked” for a Homecoming

The beloved Stokes Music Camp has been a part of our history since its founding in 1993 by Montclair State University professor, Ruth Rendleman. We are thrilled to welcome them back to our campus this summer! Read about it at Montclair.EDU…