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Summer Enrichment Program: Environment, Self, and Society


Environment, Self, and Society

For students completing grades 9-12

Course Description

In this course, students will explore the intersection between the environment, society, and their own lives. Students will read and engage with a variety of literary and non-fiction texts to study how authors write about environmental issues and shape perceptions of the “wild” outdoors. Students will write about their own experiences with nature, including going on their own nature walks in their yards or neighborhoods (keeping social distancing in mind), and also conduct their own research on topics concerning current environmental issues (i.e. water and air pollution, climate change, toxic waste, endangered ecosystems, eco-tourism, consumer culture, and urban sprawl). Google classroom and Zoom will be the primary platforms used.
For students completing grades 9-12.



July 6 - 30

Monday through Thursday

10:00 - 11:30 am 


Rachel Goldstein


1) Submit the online registration form

2) Registration is not confirmed until payment has been received.  Please make checks payable to Salem School District and mail to:

Salem School District
Attn: Salem Summer Enrichment Program
38 Geremonty Drive
Salem, NH  03079

Checks may be left  in the mailbox outside of the Superintendent's Office.  Credit card payments may be made online or by calling (603) 893-7074 Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 2:00 pm.