Outreach Program Request Form

 

Thank you for your interest in San Diego Humane Society Youth Outreach.  Please complete and submit this form to schedule your outreach lessons. We will respond with our availability within three weeks of your request. For questions about the program, please contact Kimmie Veihl at outreach@sdhumane.org.

Outreach Lesson Details:

  • Grades K-12
  • No charge, but donations are greatly appreciated
  • Program includes three visits to your school and up to three classrooms during the visit OR 2 visits and one field trip
  • Lessons are 30 minutes for K-2nd grade and 45 minutes for 3rd-12th grade
  • Lessons are available Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Each lesson includes a visit with an approved San Diego Humane Society animal ambassador
  • Lesson topics are aligned with Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards and include: Animal Issues, Character Traits and Science
  • Due to limited resources we are unable to accommodate tag team lessons for the 2018-2019 school year.
  • Animals and educators must be approved by your school/district and any required paperwork completed two months prior to our visit.
    • Each school has policies regarding animals and visitors on the school campus and we want to be sure that we are working within those policies.  The presence of an animal can adversely affect allergy sufferers.  If this is the case with some of your students, please advise their parents/guardians that there will be an animal present during the program.

 

Outreach Lesson Form:

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Question - Required - Please review our outreach lesson topics and select the three you would like to receive. If you would like to come for a field trip, that will count as one of the three.
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