48 Ohio educators gathered in Akron last weekend for an all-day training in STEM activities and more. These dedicated teachers were willing—even enthusiastic—about giving up part of their weekend to be able to attend ChickQuest.

Educationprojects.org’s education specialist Heather Bryan, with the help of Meyer Hatchery’s customer service team member Marie Nichols (who is also a GrowNextGen industry leader!), guided participants through 18 lessons. These engaging, hands-on activities use science, technology, engineering, and math skills to investigate the life cycle of an embryonic chicken egg.

“I had a blast!” said Anne Hribar, a teacher at Incarnate Word Academy in Willoughby. All participants receive over $400 in supplies, including an egg turner and incubator to hatch in the classroom, as well as STEM lesson supplies and student logbooks.

Don’t miss this great opportunity! We’ve got two more ChickQuest workshops open for registration; just check our events page.