New ideas to engage your students!

Discover ways to engage students in environmental education in this edition of Spokane Clean Air's, "3 Minutes."
Calling All Artists!
Help us celebrate Clean Air Month in May by participating in a poster contest. Create a poster, using the theme: Healthy Air - Important for Everyone!  

Grade level finalists will be chosen for special recognition and will have their poster displayed at the Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency Office. 

Deadline to submit posters: Monday, April 19, 2021.

Learn more about the contest and find the official rules here.
Virtual Science Fair Extravaganza!
Local organizations have teamed up to create lively virtual science fair booths for students centered in the Greater Spokane Region.

Your student will have fun visiting these exciting STEAM booths. You will find interesting things to learn and fun projects to do – all virtual. There are 13 booths with 42 different videos and STEAM activities for elementary grades.

We hope you love science, technology, engineering, art, and math as much as we do.

Stay Involved with the EnviroKids' Club!

Spokane EnviroKids’ Club is a way for students to team up with other kids in Spokane County. They explore all parts of the environment: air, water, weather, garbage, recycling, plants and animals. 

It is a free club for children in Kindergarten through 6th grades who live in Spokane County. Participants receive a quarterly newsletter that explores various environmental topics specific to the greater Spokane area. There are also opportunities to earn points by completing activities that are redeemable for fun prizes.

Learn more about the EnviroKids' Club.
Request a virtual visit from a clean air educator
We are available to engage students in Spokane County with virtual presentations.

Presentations can be customized to fit your current lessons and provide a fun way for students to discover more about Spokane's air quality. Contact Stephanie at to schedule a presentation.
We want to hear from you!

Have an idea or question you'd like answered in an upcoming edition? Let us know!

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