The Virgin Islands Daily News features NPF’s Open OutDoors for Kids support to hybrid educational programs with Project Promise and Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve. Read an excerpt from the story, “Project Promise receives National Park Foundation grant for Salt River program,” below.
“Project Promise has received an Open Outdoors for Kids grant from the National Park Foundation. This grant will enable all St. Croix public school fourth-grade students the opportunity to visit and learn about the history of the Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve.
The three-point program, designed by Project Promise founder and Executive Director Resa O’Reilly, includes an introduction to the park conducted by a park ranger, a ranger led park tour and a post-experience visit conducted by a park ranger to review and reinforce what was learned.
‘We are so excited to be offering our Open Outdoors for Kids Program in person this year. In an effort to accommodate everyone’s level of comfort, we’ve decided to offer several options of our Open Outdoors for Kids Program,’ O’Reilly said.”
Read the full article here.