From now until Mid-November help the Deep Sea News team raise money for ocean-themed K-12 classroom projects with Donor’s Choose! Just click on our donation page and choose one of the great educational projects we are supporting. Help kids develop a life-long love and passion for the oceans! . . . → Read More: Dive Into Education With Deep Sea News!
WE DID IT! Together, we bought a salt-water aquarium stocked with sea life for this low-income classroom in Utah. The teacher, Mr. Hosmer, writes: Thank you all so very much for all your support and giving. My students and I are so excited to receive the new life for our aquarium. Not only will it . . . → Read More: WE DID IT! Salt-water aquarium for low-income school COMPLETELY funded!
Remember the Donor’s Choose campaign? Remember how I offered AMAZING PRIZES to a lucky randomly selected donor? I haven’t forgotten – just got a bit swamped with work and travel. We’re only $171 away from buying a some awesome sea life for this low-income classroom in Utah – donate through Friday and be eligible for . . . → Read More: Two opportunities to make science awesome and WIN PRIZES!
You guys rock! Thirteen of us managed to bundle up enough cash, just shy of $1,000, to fund 3 project, impacting over 130 students. Many of these supplies will live on to be used by future students down the line so your impact is really immeasurable. Aside from myself, these 12 dedicated ocean lovers . . . → Read More: Thanks for supporting oceans in the classroom, but we got more work to do!
It’s the second-to-last day of the Donor’s Choose Science Blogger Challenge, and we are just $347 away from buying some awesome sea life for this low-income classroom in Utah. The Donor’s Choose Board of Directors will match every donation from now until 11:59 PM tomorrow, so your impact will be doubled! There is no way . . . → Read More: Donate marine life to a low-income classroom and get a prize!
Each year, Deep Sea news joins science blogs from all corners of the internet, big and small, in helping to fund small classroom projects and raise awareness for the lack of ocean science in the United State’s classrooms. Personally, this means a lot to me every year and traditionally our readers pull through and show . . . → Read More: Help us Support Oceans in the Classroom!
We are about halfway through our Ocean Bloggers United for Education Donor’s Choose Initiative! Its amazing that we have already helped to fully fund 9 projects, impacting over 520 students from all across the Nation. We have 20 amazing, generous donors contributing anywhere from $1 to $75. I’d like to publically thank our champions of . . . → Read More: Thanks for YOUR Ocean Education Support!
Another letter from a teach whose project “Biology Without Dissection? Ridiculous!” we helped to fund: Dear Kevin Zelnio, Wow! What a tremendous effort from everyone who wanted to make this project a reality. We are so grateful for your help, and are looking forward to bringing dissection to our classrooms! Science classrooms around the country . . . → Read More: Ocean Bloggers Still Rocking It Out for the Kids!
In our October 2009 Donor’s Choose fund drive the ocean blogging community and their readers funded funded 14 projects, one of which was materials for coral reef flip books. This thank you letter from “Mr. M” explains the impact that we have had on the students at this high poverty school in the Chicago . . . → Read More: Ocean Bloggers Still Making A Difference in the Classroom!