AN OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS TO HELP BUILD OUR NATIONAL MONUMENT!
The nonprofit organization Protectors of Tule Springs (POTS) worked for years to help create the Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument and is now assisting the National Park Service with clean-up efforts and educational opportunities. This year’s Mammoth Penny Push will directly support POTS by raising awareness of Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument and will provide educational resources for Clark County classrooms, such as self-contained teaching kits with lesson plans and supplies.
In March, CCSD students may learn in their classrooms about the Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument, a National Park Unit in Clark County, and have the opportunity to donate to the Mammoth Penny Push campaign.
Here are a few opportunities for students to get involved and help build our national monument for future generations:
March 27-31 Mammoth Penny Push
Students are encouraged to donate spare change to Protectors of Tule Springs to support the National Monument.
Donations will be collected at participating schools and prizes will be awarded to the school, team, and classroom that raise the most funds. All classrooms that raise at least $50 in donations will be entered into a drawing for additional parties/prizes.
Join the Protectors of Tule Springs
To thank CCSD, Protectors of Tule Springs is offering half-price family memberships to CCSD students, staff, and their families during the month of March.
Members enjoy the first choice of slots on any interpretive walks, access to special tours, discounts on logo merchandise, and receive a newsletter. To take advantage of this half-price family membership and support Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument, visit Protectors of Tule Springs at www.TuleSpringsLV.com and click on the “Become a Member” button.
Additional Support Resources for Schools
THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS!