Trout In The Classroom

West Alexander Middle School has installed a 24/7 live feed webcam on their trout tank.  The link is not constant, so the best way to view it is to go to www.youtub.com and enter "Ryan Rowe live feed" in the search box.  The current video will show up with the words LIVE FEED next to it........Enjoy!

On March 31, 2017 the students for Mr. Turner's science class from River Bend Middle School released 76 fingerlings into the Jacob Fork River at Stone Mountain State Park.

The Hickory Chapter of Trout Unlimited is honored to award 2 new schools with the Trout in the Classroom (TIC) projects for the 2017-2018 academic school year. The chapter also renewed River Bend Middle School’s application for TIC. The new schools added were West Alexander Middle School and University Christian High School. Teacher Derek Chase from UCH and Ryan Rowe from WAMS submitted applications to Hickory TU in June. The Board approved the applications and purchased chiller aquariums for the two newly approved schools. On Thursday, TIC Chair, Cathy Starnes drove to the Marion Hatchery and transported approximately 160 trout eggs to each school. The children at all 3 locations anxiously awaited the delivery. Cathy Starnes also serves on the Catawba County Board of Education. The photos attached show each schools new banner, also provided by Hickory TU. The trout raised by all 3 schools will be released into local streams in March 2018.

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