The institute has been offered to area teachers for the past several years and currently open for enrollment to teachers from schools across the Coastal Bend, including schools in Refugio, Victoria, DeWitt and Calhoun counties.
The WOW-E Institute will focus on water quality and quantity issues in the region and is designed to be a combination of lectures and field trips.
Teachers will be provided classroom activities and content that they can use in the classroom and will receive 30 hours of Professional Development Credit.
Teachers who finish all four days of will be awarded a $100 stipend.
Any questions concerning this program, please call Shana Niemann at 361-526-1483 or 361-646-3209.
“My sincere hope is Refugio County will be represented by some of our finest,” Niemann said.