News from schools

We would love to share reports, photos, etc. from schools using our testing kits. If you have something you would like the world to see, contact us.

FishTracker participated in Boynton Middle School’s Fish Night on June 18, 2019, and we have  pictures.

Ninth graders at Cohoes High School  tested the confluence of the Mohawk and Hudson RIvers during the 16th annual Day in the Life of the Hudson project. The Times Union and CBS 6 News were there.

Boynton Middle School students (Ithaca NY) braved cold and ice to collect samples around Cayuga Lake in March 2018.

Students from Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School in Brooklyn collected samples from the Hudson River in October 2017:

NYC students catch science ‘bug’ with help from Cornell scientists

Brooklyn Students become scientists for the day

Brooklyn High-Schoolers Are Citizen Scientists Helping Cornell Combat Dire Enemy: Invasive Fish

The Teen Detectives Using DNA to Stalk Invasive Fish

Honors biology students from Fontbonne Hall Academy (Brooklyn, NY) collected samples in September 2017 and submitted a report (pdf). Here are photos from their expedition:

Bretton Woods Elementary School students look for invasive fish on Long Island (April 2017)

Lab report from Magen David Yeshiva High School, Brooklyn, NY from October 2016 (pdf) along with an article about their collecting activities from February 2017.

Perry High School students search for invasive species (June 2016).