Ranger Rick is now available for all ages!

Program Requirements


The information below is for teachers and volunteers participating in the program. You'll find information to help you get up-to-speed on program requirements and a guidebook that can help you easily implement this program at your school.


Program Requirements


Teacher Expectations - Learn what is required of you as you work towards implementing this program at your school.

Volunteer InstructionsHandbook - Learn about your role as a volunteer and how you can support your school.

Wildlife University - Download instructions for accessing two online training courses through Wildlife University, National Wildlife Federation's online education portal. The first course provides an overview of the Eco-Schools USA program, while the second course provides an introduction to climate change.


Entergy Guidebook


This guidebook walks through the steps you need to take to utilize the Energy & Climate Change Curriculum, and green your school through the Eco-Schools USA program.

Download a pdf of the entire guidebook here >>


Are you ready to download the Energy & Climate Change Curriculum? Access it here >>

Project Contact Informationl

Marya Fowler – 
NWF Senior Manager, Education Outreach
South Central Regional Center
fowler@nwf.org
512-610-7767

Jennifer Hammonds – 
Science Education and Curriculum Specialist
Hammondsj@nwf.org
703-438-6240

Beth Johnson – 
Evaluation and Research
bjohnson@emjassociates.com 
512-448-9688

NASA and Eco-Schools USA
Earth from Space (Source: NASA)

Eco-Schools USA is proud to have collaborated with NASA on the creation a climate change curriculum. Learn more here >>

Polar Bears International

PBI offers free teaching and learning materials created by teachers and zoo educators. Learn more>>