Tafito Aitaoto from the No-Take Marine Protected Area Program at the Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources was also a judge during the Island Wide Science Fair High School Level. He judge 7 of the Marine Science Projects from various High Schools. Judges judge the science projects first without the students, afterwards they judge the projects with the students so the students can demonstrate what their science projects is about.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Maria Vaofanua from the Information Education Division at the Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources was also a judge at the Island Wide Science Fair Elementary Level at Kanana Fou Gymnasium. She was judging a student from Midkiff Elementary School, and she did a good job explaining and demonstrating her science fair.
Selaina Tuimavave a representative from the Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources judging a student from Lauli'i Elementary School during the Island Wide Science Fair for Elementary Level. Her Teacher, Friends and Family did a good job helping her with her science project this year.
Fale Tuilagi, Tepora Toliniu, Afa Uikirifi and students from Samoana talking about the Community Based Fisheries Management Program (CFMP) in the Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources together with the No-Take Marine Protected Area Program. They are talking about the different process the village have to go through to have a Marine Protected Area. They also discuss the outreach programs they are doing out in the youth groups, schools, churches and villages. Rules and Regulations were also discuss during the booth display for students from Samoana and Poly Tech.
Lucy Jacob and students from Poly Tech High School talking about the No-Take Marine Protected Area during the Youth Summit at Lee Auditorium on Saturday March 15, 2011. Students from Poly Tech High School and Samoana High School were floating around the booths before the Questions, Answers and Prices. Students from these school learn that it is very important to protect, conserve and have a sustainable Resources both in the Marine and at the Wildlife. It's also important to have a clean environment because people from off-island can have a good perspective of people from the Pacific.
Monday, March 28, 2011
Students, Parents and Teachers from Nu'uuli Poly Tech attended the Youth Summit at the Lee Auditorium on Saturday March 15, 2011. They received a lot of prices from the Western Pacific Regional Fisheries Management Council from Hawaii. Prices were Cooler Bags, Snorkel and Mask sets, Rod and Reels, Testing Water Quality Kit and GPS. Students from Poly Tech enjoyed the booths that were set by the Marine Protected Area Programs from the Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources.
Students, Parents and Teachers from Samoana High School attending the Youth Summit that was hosted by the Western Pacific Regional Fisheries Management Council from Hawaii. Students had a great time at the Lee Auditorium because there were booths from the Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources (DMWR), the Bio-Sampling Project with Domingo Ochavillo at DMWR, Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS), and Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary (FBNMS). There were also prices for students after the presentations, lunch and booths that day.