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    WOLF is an innovative learning opportunity for fifth-grade students with a special interest in nature and the outdoors. WOLF offers an inquiry-based learning experience which allows students to explore a comprehensive curriculum through the context of environmental sciences and conservation. WOLF is a partnership with the Wonders of Wildlife Museum and Bass Pro Shops. WOLF classrooms are located in the John A. & Genny Morris Conservation Education Center at 600 W. Sunshine. Students spend a substantial amount of time out of the classroom exploring the great outdoors through field experiences. 

    Wonders of Wildlife  Bass Pro Shops

WOLF in Action

Program Information

Should you Apply for WOLF?

    • Do you enjoy studying nature, plants, or animals?
    • Do you like to hike, canoe, camp, fish, or hunt?
    • Are you comfortable "roughing it"?
    • Do you like collecting leaves, rocks, or insects?
    • Do you choose to play outdoors in all types of weather?
    • Are you concerned with protecting the environment?
    • Are you open to shooting firearms and hunting?

    If you selected the majority of these, then you might be a great fit.


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  • Application window for the 2024-2025 school year has closed.  


    • Any 4th-grade SPS student or any non-SPS student who lives within the SPS attendance area are eligible to apply for their 5th-grade year.
    • Eligible students must have satisfactory attendance and behavior.
    • Selected students will be identified through a lottery system.
    • Transportation may be provided depending on driver shortage.
    • Applications are accepted November-December each year.


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