Lanier students were engaged in a waste management interactive session. Check links below:
After school club that builds excitment in science and technology. Also a platform for Lanier students to connect with Fairfax High School and Thomas Jeffereson High School students. Check out the link below.
Focus of Meeting: Educators gathered at Lanier Middle School to share how can the environment as an integrating concept help meet the needs of the Portrait of a Graduate, Environmental Stewardship, STEAM, Service Learning, and 21st Century Skills. Event included: tour of Lanier Environmental Projects, FCPS fair, and collaboration time. Check out the presentation and the video below!
Check out the video below about Lanier Eco Projects and many other links on the right to view other projects.
“Great news for the Lanier Middle School environmental education program! We have been recognized as a Virginia Naturally School, Year 3, for efforts during the 2013-2014 school year for supporting environmental conservation and stewardship!”
Lanier Middle School hosted an Environmental Service Day on Sept 21, 2014 from 7:30 AM -12:30PM. About 50 volunteers attended this event to help clear up weeds and mulch the Lanier Courtyard (Outdoor Living Classroom). There were about 40 Lanier students participating in environemtal stewardship.
Please check out the link below to see some photo.
Students participated in the Kidwind Contest at NOVA Outside, George Mason University on 4/10/14 and won 1st place at the regional contest. They had built a wind mill from scratch that was tested in a high speed wind tunnel. Later they participated in the National Kidwind Competition at the 2014 National Science Festival. It was held at the DC Convention Center on Saturday, 4/26/14. Lanier team (Tardigrades) placed 6th at the National level. See link below!