VBCPS is now accepting applications from current 10th grade students interested in attending the Environmental Studies Program, a new innovative program opening at the Brock Environmental Center in September 2020. Students have until Jan. 31. 10th graders, start here to begin application process: Application Process Before entering grade 11, students will apply for admission toContinue reading “10th graders apply now to join new classes at Brock Environmental Center that will start SEPT 2020!”
We also have the election of 2019 officers and representative appointments. There is a considerable amount of correspondence between OPCL and local government but also the Governor of Va. and OPCL needs your input and blessing on these subjects. Presentation about the new school at Brock Environmental Center too IN CBF’s BEC! Did you knowContinue reading “Our newly elected Mayor Dyer will be at the Thursday January 10th meeting at Brock Environmental Center and wants to meet all of Ocean Park.”
What is the goal of the new environmental studies program at Virginia Beach City Public Schools, which will use the new classroom? The Environmental Studies Program will empower students to broaden their understanding of sustainability and the environment by using the Brock Center and surrounding natural community, implementing environmental service learning projects, and integrating interdisciplinaryContinue reading “VB City Public Schools and CBF are partnering on a new environmental science program for high school students, which will be based at CBF’s Brock Environmental Center in OCEAN PARK PEOPLE!”
From Irene Bowers, reporter for Virginian-Pilot: Benjamin Heller is a visiting artist from NY on a grant from VBeach Office of Cultural Affairs. He is creating a sculpture—Terrapin Basin—near the Brock Environmental Center. His assistant had to leave, and he is finishing alone. Here are two ways to help: 1. Interested adults can help polishContinue reading “Can you help finish interactive art at PHP ?”
View report at 13NewsNow.com. Coastal Engineer Phill Roehrs said it will be an asset for dredging and bridge maintenance projects. “They bring a very large dredge plant to do that work, it needs a place, this will be an ideal site for that purpose,” said Roehrs. Residents, like Jennifer Williams, worry about long-term environmental effects.