The Classroom Aquarium Education Program (CAEP) was selected as an “Outstanding Aquatic Education Program” by the Aquatic Resources Education Association.
California has the largest program enabling students to hatch fish in their classroom in the nation. This award is a direct result of the participation of partners and classroom teachers who bring this experience to well over 30,000 students each year.
Thanks to all the teachers, sponsors, and coaches who make this possible each year.
The award was presented at the AREA annual conference held this year in Lake Tahoe. Accepting the award was Ethan Rotman, Cheryl Moxley, Hillary Grez, and Richard Munoz on behalf of the entire CDFW team of program coordinators, partners and teachers.