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The Hunterdon County YMCA HCESC

Presents:

NATURE CAMP!!!

"The Hunterdon County ESC is excited to announce the continuation of our popular nature-based summer camp partnership with the Hunterdon County YMCA for the Summer of 2019!
 
Our programs feature a wide variety of environmental education and activities including: wilderness survival skills, introductions to fishing, animal and plant identification and more on our beautiful Califon campus. Campers will also learn a ton of new fun games to teach you at home and have the opportunity to participate in stellar Camp Carr or Sports Camp day camp program as well! If you're interested in signing up for these camp programs please visit the link below for information and registration. These programs run for only four weeks and fill up fast so sign up now! 
 
 If you have additional questions, contact our camp director Kris Boganski

For more information Click Here!!

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HCESC

Remedial Summer School 

For High School Students

 

Location of Program:

Franklin Middle School

415 Francis Street

Somerset, NJ 08873

 

July 8th - August 2nd, 2019

 

Period I - 7:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Period II - 10:45 AM - 1:45 PM

5 credit courses

English 9 Biology
English 10 Chemistry
English 11 Physics
English 12 Environmental Science
Algebra I US History I
Algebra II US History II
Geometry Changing World
Spanish 1/2 Physical Ed/Health

Click Here for Application

 

The HCESC reserves the right to cancel any course due to lack of enrollment.

For More Information Please Contact:

Dennis Schiller (908) 297 - 7086

Email : Dschiller@hunterdonesc.org

 

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Hoffman ESC Campus Programs!

Animal Science Program: 

The two-year Animal Science program enables students to relate principles of disease, anatomy and physiology, medical posology, terminology, and animal husbandry in order to guide decision making related to animal health. This includes general husbandry and safety, preventative care, proper handling and restraint, and understanding the individual industries. Students practice safe handling and diagnostic techniques in a hands-on environment while caring for a wide range of exotic and domestic animals, including reptiles, cats, dogs, ferrets, rabbits, mice, and chinchillas.  Second-year students will focus on physical exams, anatomy and physiology and their impact on animal health and disease, as well as daily care and husbandry of livestock housed permanently at the ESC campus.

 

Environmental Sustainability and Engineering Program:

 This two-year program provides students with solid academic preparation for college and careers in the Environmental Science and Sustainability fields. This project-based program utilizes the environmental engineering curriculum from Project Lead The Way (PLTW) as well as College Board Advanced Placement and focuses on environmental science, natural and renewable resources, green careers, civic responsibility, field and laboratory research techniques, as well as fundamental skills and knowledge related to the three pillars of sustainability. During the first year, students explore ecological resources, as well as engineering concepts to address Sustainable Water, Food and Fuel sources. In the second year of the program, students participate in an internship program collaborating directly with local environmental agencies and performing a year-long capstone project.