- Posted August 8, 2014 by
Students visit Park City
The Department of Environment and Urbanism (Semurb) and the Environmental Action Group (GAAM) took the opportunity to show 10 cages seized in combating wildlife trafficking during an environmental inspection fairs in the city. Students learned that trap birds at home or sell the birds is committing an environmental crime, the person may receive a fine of $ 500.00 dollars per animal or even be arrested. Eighteen types of birds Tanager Blue Rooster meadow, Sibiti, golinha, bluebird and concriz will be conducted for one of the environmental units Christmas to return to nature. In this case, these birds will be released into the river Pitimbu area.
The student Leticia Gabriele, 9 years, 4nd year, believes that activity changes the routine of school. "I participate in these great games, I also met some birds. It is very good also meet students from other classes, "he said. Already Erick Bruno 8 years, student of 2nd year highlighted their preference for recycling workshop and exclusively the bike ride. Professor João Pessoa, the sector of Culture and Sport City Department of Education (SME), explained that this partnership with the City Park will expand to other public schools, with the inclusion of environmental education.
"This project seeks favors schools that do not have physical conditions, leaving the classroom environment and knowing other parts of the city, providing a more integral relationship of children beyond the school and neighborhood. Every step of the project is being built a sport for students, now with bikes, comes an opportunity to learn this sport. Here in the park, environmental education will also be included in the schedule of visiting schools, "said the project coordinator.
Any school can participate in educational activities in City Park, just simply make an appointment. The coordinator of the Department of Environmental Education of the City Park, Capistrano Luciano, reported that there is a plan with the school concerned to fill the classrooms with environmental education, listen to lecture on the operation of the park, trails attend program activities have reading in the library and visit the memorial. "We also do programming in conjunction with the school, just be showing a script to be created within the park," he said. (Text e Photos: Adrovando Claro)