Ecology Homepage

The Ecology Club will have its first intro meeting Friday, October 12th. Please come by room 14 this week to get more information.

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HMS Ecology Club Application ‎[Form]‎



HMS goes SOLAR!!!



Sole for Souls Shoe Drive 2016


*Eco Screen Printing*
On May 27, 2016 Sparky Firepants logo company came to HMS to create shirts for the club.
They did this Free of charge for the club members and staff. Students were asked to bring a couple shirts from home to be printed on: Amazing Time...
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Birding at Madrona Marsh
On March 19, 2016, the Ecology Club and other 7th graders from my class went Birding at Madrona Marsh in Torrance. It was a perfect California 70 degree day. Ms. Tracy guided us on the different types of birds in the marsh and how to identify them. 


Students learning the proper way to use binoculars. 
Ian spotted something...
The students tried radish flowers. Spicy and tasted just like radish
Ian trying the radish flowers. 
We spotted over 20 species of birds today. Even a red-tailed HAWK! 



Cabrillo Marine Aquarium 

**We would like to thank all the students that supported the Ecology Club this year. Those that bought a slushy made it possible for us to go. Special thanks to Mr. Salas (for letting us go), Ms. Saenz (for always helping with the Slushy lines, and Ms. Cardenes for buying one every week!) 


On November 16, 2013, the Ecology Club went to Madrona Marsh to go Birding. It was a beginner's guide to birds, bird life, and behavior. We focused on how WEATHER really effected daily life. 
Amy, Ledeya & Rosemary practicing how to use binoculars before we went out on the field. 
Ms. Tracy taught us about all the different types of birds at the marsh.
A type of bug ended up on Justin's jacket. We observed it carefully and then let it go. 
Linda smiling pretty as we trek across the marsh. 
Cool panoramic shot of the eco gang going across the dry marsh. Ms. Tracy informed us that most of this will be green and under water in the Spring time. 

StyroGenie Volunteering
Thank you for all those that are helping our school move towards a better recycling program. We are now taking school-wide volunteers to help with collecting and maintaining the lunch trays during lunch. 
If you would like to volunteer, please let your 1st period teacher know. 
This week's schedule below:

STYROGENIE SCHEDULE




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FREE family event!
West Basin will be offering tours of the Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility, interactive games, costume contest, stage shows presented by Discovery Science Center, pony rides, reptile petting zoo, food, and the chance to enter into our grand prize giveaway. You don’t want to miss this event!
   Saturday, October 26, 2013
    When: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM 
    Where: Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility
                1935 S. Hughes Way | El Segundo, California 90245
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Thank you so much for voting for the HMS Ecology Club. We are one of the winners!!! 

Congratulations to our ten winners!

Seventeen schools were selected to share their amazing environmental activities. Thousands of votes were cast. Ten schools rose to the top. Now it’s our honor to announce the winners, who will be joining us in the Angeles National Forest to help with reforestation efforts. Congratulations to our winners and all participating schools.

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The 14th Annual Water Harvest Festival 
Oct 13, 2012