What is Trout in the Classroom?

Trout in the Classroom Prezi

Trout in the Classroom (TIC) is an environmental education program in which students raise trout from eggs to fry. In the process, students learn about stream ecosystems by monitoring tank water quality, and engaging in stream habitat study. It is wonderful means of fostering stewardship of students' local stream environments.

Students end the year by releasing their trout in a state-approved stream near the school or within a nearby watershed.

Trout Unlimited Website
Trout in the Classroom Website

How can I keep track of what's happening at Monocacy?

Visit our blog to find out!

Mrs. Maruskin's blog

TIC in the News!

Frederick News Post Article About TIC 2010

Gazette Article About TIC 2010

Video about TIC 2010

Channel 18 Video about TIC
(To find the Channel 18 video, type "trout" in the search box)

Monocacy & Catoctin Watershed Alliance Articles about TIC

This article, written by Chuck Dinkle (one of our PVFF volunteers), describes how and why we became a TIC school.

The students pictured in this article are looking at the eggs we received in January 2007