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After School

AFTER-SCHOOL

4-H Riptide

 

4-H Riptide is an afterschool program that aims to provide adequate cultural and environmental knowledge to our youth in hopes of preserving our islands and our indigenous cultures. The program moves from one village to the next in order to provide all youth with an opportunity to attend Riptide.

 

Participants learning how to build a canoe at 500 Sails Boathouse

canoe

Participants learn how to weave

weave

Participants looking through a microscope at the Aquaculture faculty

microscope

4-H Counselors making reusable bags out of old t-shirts.

reusable-bags

4-H Outdoor Adventures After School & School Enrichment Program

 

The 4-H Outdoor Adventures program is aimed at reaching out to potential young explorers on Tinian to participate in various outdoor adventure activities relating to understanding, appreciating, and preserving wildlife and conservation within our island to promote sustainability of our natural resources within Tinian and the CNMI.  The program reaches out to all public and private schools within the island for an opportunity to promote natural curiosity and wild-life focused inquiry skills.  Activities may take place during school hours, after-school, weekends, and summer.

4-H Outdoor Adventures Program & DLNR’s Young Explorer’s Program @ a boat ride in efforts to explore the Tinian marine life during the Summer Overnight Camp on July 2018. 

4-H Outdoor Adventures students at Tinian Dock getting ready for a marine tour

4-H Outdoor Adventures students at Tinian Dock getting ready for a marine tour 2

4-H Outdoor Adventures Program & DLNR’s Young Explorer’s Program @ the Summer Fishing Derby on July 2018.

Staff from DLNR's Young Explorer's Program prepping for the Summer July Youth Fishing Derby

Some of the Youth Fishing Derby Participants

Fishing Derby participants' briefing

Youth and Families casting their fishing poles at Kammer Beach (Youth Fishing Derby)

Kids getting ready to cast their fishing poles at the Tinian Youth Fishing Derby

4-H Outdoor Adventures Program & DLNR’s Young Explorer’s Program planting some coconut trees during the Summer Overnight Camp on July 2018

4-H Outdoor Adventures - Youth planting trees during their Summer Overn night Camp at Kastiyu Look-Out Site

Young Explorer's Program

4-H Outdoor Adventures Program & DLNR’s Young Explorer’s Program planting some coconut trees during the Summer Overnight Camp on July 2018

Nature Hike March 2018

Nature Hike March 2018

Nature Hike March 2018

4-H Outdoor Adventures Program & DLNR’s Young Explorer’s Program @ a Nature Hike in February 2018 (Photo below is Mr. Duponcheel doing a briefing prior to hike)

Nature Walk and Hike with 4-H Outdoor Adventures at Tachogna Trails

Nature Walk and Hike with 4-H Outdoor Adventures 2 Tachogna Look-Out

Nature Walk with 4-H Outdoor Adventures

Rota After-Schools are Coming Soon!

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