Our organization works with schools in promoting salmon education in the classroom. Under the
Salmonids in the Classroom program, we provide fertilized eggs to participating classrooms in
Langley School District elementary schools. Our organization has been involved with schools
since 1992 when we introduced the program to Langley schools.

Students visit our hatchery to release the fry they raised in the classroom into our stream
typically in April. At this time our volunteers provide them with a tour of the hatchery operation
and the stream area. Students have the opportunity to learn how salmon are raised in a working
hatchery and to observe their life cycle in a natural stream setting.

If you are a teacher of a class participating in the Salmonids in the Classroom program and
would like to book a date and time for a guided tour and fry release, please contact us at
nicomekl.h[at]gmail.com.

Our educational activities are supported by donations provided by schools.

If you are a teacher who has not previously been involved in the Salmonids in the Classroom
program and would like to learn more, please visit the website
www.salmonidsintheclassroom.ca.

Schools that have visited the program last year:
James Hill Elementary
N. Otter Elementary
James Kennedy Elementary
Halls Prarie Elementary
Dorothy Peacock Elementary
Dorothy Peacock Elementary
Ft. Langley Elementary
Nicomekl Elementary
Langley Fundamental Elementary
Alex Hope Elementary
Langley Meadows Elementary
Parkside Elementary
Belmont Elementary
Willoughby Elementary