Dates TBA. Call (570) 575-3927 for more information. Explore the science behind growing healthy foods and learn how schools can build, use, fund and gain support for traditional and non-traditional schoolyard and community gardens as resources.
July 15 – 19, 2019. Examine the influence of science, economics, politics, culture and social interactions on food, endangered species, energy and natural resources. Learn how to solve challenges that threaten our natural resources and human justice.
July 8 – 12, 2019. Learn how various citizen science projects can be used in hands-on learning inside and outside the classroom. Teachers will explore how students can create their own projects and get others to engage through global learning.
Meet Wednesdays, July 10 – Aug. 7, 6-9 p.m., this 5-week hands-on beekeeping class will examine the spring honey harvest, the behaviors and biological processes of honeybees during the height of the season, and the basic beekeeper interventions required to promote thriving colonies come fall.
The Linder Gallery at Keystone College will present a series of art events beginning in February and lasting through April.
Eight Keystone College education majors are serving as student- teachers during the spring semester in regional school districts.
La Plume – Keystone College will kick off this year’s St. Patrick’s Day festivities and parade weekend with a live performance by The Quietmen, on Thursday, March 7 at 7 p.m. in the Theatre in Brooks. The concert is free and open to the public.
Geisinger Community Medical Center Trauma Services recently donated five bleeding control kits to Keystone College as part of the nationwide Stop the Bleed program.
The Keystone College Faculty Art Exhibit will be on display in the Linder Gallery at Keystone College February 25, 2019, through April 19, 2019.