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'Pollinating Young Minds'

Pollinating young minds to create the next generation of environmental stewards. Just like the buzzing of bees, students will be all "a buzz" with learning about the importance of pollinators. Learn about pollinators while making a bee box and also become a pollinator and learn how pollen is carried. Use pasta to demonstrate the life cycle of a butterfly. Come and join me to see what all the BUZZ is about in the world of pollinators.

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Donna Musick
Email: donnam@wcs.k12.va.us
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State: Virginia
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Main Phone: 276-475-5303
Biosketch: My husband and I live on a beef cattle farm in Southwest Virginia. My undergraduate degrees are from VT in Agriculture and Education K-6 from Virginia Intermont. I received a masters from Tusculum College in elementary education and math with math specialist endorsement from UVA Charlottesville. I teach sixth grade math/science in a rural middle school. I've taught for a total of 22 years. I am an avid supporter of Agriculture in the Classroom and I incorporate agriculture in my lessons as often as possible. I was the 2016 Virginia AITC Teacher of the Year. I sponsor the
Organization/Affiliation: Science and Math Teacher at Damascus Middle School