Organized by Gail Fisher, a retired teacher and Cape May County Coordinator for the NJ Bluebird Society, and Lisa Salimbene, school secretary and Dennis Township Committee member, the project involves Dennis Township Student Government members helping to place bluebird houses in areas that will provide a good habitat for bluebirds to nest. This effort to increase bluebird numbers in our region will also be discussed and observed in science classes throughout the school as part of an effort to bring hands-on projects into academic instruction.
Bluebird Houses 1 - Gail Fisher instructs students in how to place and install bluebird houses
Bluebird Houses 2 - 6th grade student government members Emma Hoff, Rachel Farschon, Mackenzie Hand and Mason Nees stand by a freshly installed bluebird house
Bluebird Houses 3 - 6th grade student government members Emma Hoff, Rachel Farschon, Mackenzie Hand and Mason Nees with maintenance technician Scott Schwartz and school secretary Lisa Salimbene stand by a freshly installed bluebird house