Principals Summer Course Schedule

School principals listen to an instructor at the water's edge.These multi-day professional learning summer immersion events support school principals and administrators in environmental literacy opportunities for their entire school community. Participants in CBF's "Environmental Leadership for Principals" program are able to gain first-hand experience on the Chesapeake Bay while strengthening their leadership capacity in environmental education.

Note about online registration: Payment of course fees is required with online registration. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are accepted. If you do not wish to register online or if you will be paying by check, please see our registration options

Maryland Principals Program - FULL
July 6 - 8
This event is open to principals from Maryland schools.
Join us to learn the basics of environmental education and how to use it to meet curricular objectives in a way that empowers your staff and engages your students. We will participate in hands-on field investigations and discuss how to implement a successful environmental education program at your school that will meet the new MSDE environmental literacy requirements in alignment with Maryland’s College and Career Ready Standards.  You will be able to network and share ideas with other principals from around the state.
Location & Length:  3 days/2 nights at CBF's Port Isobel Island Study Center
Cost: Covered through the NOAA B-WET program

 

Virginia Schools Principals Program - FULL
July 13 - 15

This event is open to principals from Virginia schools.
Learn some of the basics of environmental education so that you will be able to give your teachers and staff the support that they need to provide a meaningful watershed experience. This program offers a chance to network with other principals, to share ideas, and to learn from each other. You can recharge your spirit by observing the leadership in the Chesapeake island communities and discussing how it is relevant to our schools.
Location & Length: 3 days/2 nights at CBF's Port Isobel Island Study Center
Cost: Covered through the NOAA B-WET program

 

Click to registerOpen Principals Environmental Leadership Program
July 29 - 31
This event is open to principals from all schools.
Principals across the watershed are using the environment to integrate incredible learning techniques in their school communities. Join us for 3 days of networking, sharing ideas, and immersion in the basics of environmental education so that you will be able to give your teachers and staff the support that they need to provide a meaningful watershed experience. You can recharge your spirit by observing the leadership in the Chesapeake island communities and discussing how it is relevant to everyone's schools.
Location & Length: 3 days/2 nights at CBF's Port Isobel Island Study Center
Cost: Covered through the NOAA B-WET program
To Register: Register online | Register by mail/fax

Other Registration Options

You may print the 2015 Principals Registration Form and mail or fax it to the address below.

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Attn: Chesapeake Classrooms
6 Herndon Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21403

Fax: 410-268-6687

If you have additional questions, please contact [email protected].

 

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