Three Oaks Elementary was the latest school to join us in exploring the African wild. The school was established in 2005 with the aim of providing educational excellence to a variety of students eager to learn. The expert teaching staff provide the students with the best educational opportunities available and strive to develop dignity, confidence and a strong sense of self-worth within every student.
(Three Oaks Elementary School, Virginia Beach, Virginia)
The 2nd and 3rd grade Three Oaks wolves joined our safari guides, James, Jamie and Sam for a wondrous tour of Djuma, Arathusa and Cheetah Plains. These intelligent young students got to witness some of Africa’s most iconic animals at ease in their natural environment. All of their insightful questions were answered and appreciated by the whole crew here at safariLIVE.
(Antention wrapped second graders learning on safari)
“What a valuable way to bring the wild into the classroom and learn about the animals and habitats,” said Stacey Moore a 3rd grade teacher currently investigating habitats and life cycles with her bright young students.
(Jamie saying a big hello to the students at Three Oaks Elementary)
That’s not all Stacey had to say: “Thank you so much for the expertise and time you spent with my students! They LOVED the sessions and are excited to watch at home as well!”
(First grade students are ready for the wild, complete with safari hats)
WE would like to express our utmost delight at having the wonderful people from Three Oaks Elementary join us on safariLIVE. To all of the teachers WE want to say THANK YOU for riding along and to the students WE can’t wait to have you back on safari with us!
Well done Erik, Stacey, School and WE presenters camera people FC and all behind the scenes. This is great for children.
Great job on getting the word out WE! And to Stacey, thanks for taking the chance!!