Students Raise, Release Seabass in Innovative STEM Program

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Students Raise, Release Seabass in Innovative STEM Program

The Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute and Edison International are partners in the ‘Seabass in the Classroom’ program, which brings the ocean to students

Students taking part in the "Seabass in the Classroom" program release their tagged sea bass into the ocean.

Students take part in the "Seabass in the Classroom" program.

Students take part in the "Seabass in the Classroom" program.

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Friday, June 26, 2015 - 12:05pm

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Almost every morning since the sixth grade, Samantha Cendro, 17, has been waking up at 6:30 so she can get in a couple of hours of surfing at the Huntington Beach Pier.

“Surfing helps me relax,” said the senior who is a member of Huntington Beach High School's varsity surf team. “I have always loved the ocean.”

It’s this love that propelled her to lead her school’s participation in the “Seabass in the Classroom” program, which includes partners Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute, the Department of Fish and Wildlife and Get Inspired, Inc. It is also funded in part by Edison International.

Read full story on Edison's Online Newsroom.

Keywords: Education | STEM | edison | environment

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