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Aquarium Participates in LA’s Summer of Learning
Two penguin chicks hatched at the Aquarium this month. Pictured is the chick born to Kate and Avery.  | Robin Riggs
Seventh grader Alyson Lucas won first place in the national contest with her drawing, "Ocean in Motion."  | Alyson Lucas
The recipe for this mackerel dish served at the Aquarium's Urban Ocean Festival in May is available on the SFF website.
Aquarist Stacy Hammond and Kylie
Juvenile rainbow trout.  | NMFS Southwest Fisheries Science Center Salmon Ecology Team
Laura and Robert Sams as "Shark Dentists."  | Sisbro Studios, LLC


July 30, 2014

The Aquarium is participating in Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Summer of Learning program. The program is encouraging students to gain experiences, explore new interests, and gain job skills. Students can earn badges and “level up.” By collecting all eight of the embosser stamps and completing the journal entry on page 29 of the Aquarium’s visitor guide, kids can earn the Aquarium Explorer Badge. They turn their visitor guide in at the Info Desk to receive a claim code, which can be redeemed online.

The Summer of Learning started on July 7 and ends on September 30. This program helps students and families to experience learning outside of the classroom in a fun, self-guided manner, making science and conservation subjects approachable and engaging. It also encourages families to visit and explore the many cultural and educational institutions Los Angeles has to offer.

To learn more about Summer of Learning, visit http://summeroflearning.la/. To learn more about the Aquarium Explorer Badge, click here.

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