2017 Exploring Mid-Year Recap

2017 Exploring Mid-Year Recap


I want to say a HUGE THANK YOU to those advisors and volunteers that made this year's Fire Games and our NEW Exploring Leadership Training possible!!! Both events were great and the amazing volunteers from our Exploring posts make them possible. Check out some pictures below:

2017 Dallas Fire Games




 *NEW EVENT* - Exploring Leadership Training 2017




July 27-30 - 2017 TLEEAA State Competition at UT Arlington - Hosted by the great folks at the Texas Law Enforcement Exploring Advisors Association (www.tleeaa.org)


Currently, you can SIGN UP for our popcorn fundraiser! One of the great new features this year is that it will be possible to order products as containers, NOT just cases! 


The Dallas Arboretum Post 8525 had a great 2016-2017 school year partnering with Skyline High School's Horticulture, Floral Design, and Agriculture courses. Professionals in a variety of careers visited the students in their classes, and the Arboretum hosted a field trip where students learned about monitoring a trial garden where new plant breeds are being tested.



Architecture Demarest Post 3401 Explorers learn about Structure and Design through creating cardboard furniture, and learned about different facets of the architecture career field through monthly meetings.



Dallas Police Junior Explorers Club 1881 are physically fit! The  Boy Scouts of America National Marketing team visited the Jr. Explorers to film for a new promotional video! Keep up with them on their Facebook Group - Dallas Police Junior Explorers. See the promotional video HERE (also featuring the Rowlett Fire Exploring Club 4701).



Singley Academy Criminal Justice Post 720 and Dallas Fire-Rescue Post 1166 did a great job showing off their skills and programs at the Circle Ten Friends of Scouting Dinner.



The Dallas Zoo Post 605 had a great year with monthly in class presentations at Nimitz High School followed by weekend field experiences. Nimitz Zoo Explorers volunteered their time and knowledge at the Dallas Zoo’s Conservation Weekend. Students informed visitors of different actions they could take to help conserve wildlife and helped visitors take a pledge for conservation.  The Dallas Zoo hosted a jobs-focused presentation in the classroom in October and followed it up with a field day in Cedar Creek. At the field day in Cedar Creek, the students restored wildlife habitats in Cedar Creek, removed 12 bags of litter, plus a grocery cart, tire, and baby stroller. 



UT Southwestern Medical Post 1919 Explorers had a great time learning about routine medical exams.



Exploring earned the award for Business Partner of the Year from Irving Independent School District for our work starting posts in 11 different career fields that support their Career and Technical Education Pathways.


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