Where are James and Sheryl? Gathering with CuriOdyssey and Community Thought Leaders

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Last month, James and Sheryl were invited to join a small group of San Mateo County leaders to discuss CuriOdyssey’s new vision.

A long-running non-profit science and wildlife center in the Coyote Point Recreation Area, CuriOdyssey is a mainstay in the community.

“Each year more than 100,000 children from all over the Bay Area observe wild animals and experiment with real scientific phenomena through our onsite and mobile programming.”

Photo Credit: CuriOdyssey.org

CuriOdyssey recently announced phase two of their strategic plan to expand and enhance their services in three major ways:

  • Renovate the existing building to expand capacity and learning opportunities, including a new wildlife observation deck
  • Increase the number of mobile classroom presentations available to come to schools
  • Expand their teacher training resources to meet the new California science curriculum requirements

At the event, CuriOdyssey’s team looked to draw on local community leaders’ experience for input and recommendations on their plan as it moves forward. PVF was honored to have been included and we can’t wait to see the results!

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