Bradshaw Mountain High School
Thanks to JPL Solar System Ambassador Brittany Hughes and Bradshaw Mountain Geoscience teacher Bob Supergan, we were invited to bring the map to Bradshaw Mountain High School in Prescott Valley, AZ. Since the school wanted all of their freshman geoscience classes to experience the map, we ended up scheduling this as our first 2-day event. Over November 8th-9th, 2018, all 12 freshman geoscience classes spent an entire 50-minute period touring the map and completing the Landing Site Scavenger Hunt as a group. Bradshaw Mountain HS was also kind enough to give our new teacher resources (located on our website under "Resources") a test run. Prior to visiting the map, the teachers reviewed our new "Introduction to Mars" powerpoint presentation with their students, who also filled out the associated "Introduction to Mars" worksheet. Then, during their time on the map, the students filled out our new "Walk on Mars" worksheet and turned it in to their teachers at the end of the period. Unfortunately, we weren't able to get photo releases in time, so the pictures below only show the map rolled out in the Auxiliary Gym. Hopefully we'll have the opportunity to return next year and take pictures showing next year's freshman geoscience students exploring the map!