Students from Silver State Charter High School worked with River Wranglers this past school year and did a great job teaching younger children about the Carson River watershed. In the fall, the students worked with Sutro Elementary School and taught activities about the water cycle, aquatic insects, water quality, and animals in the watershed. Science coordinator, Lynn Stephenson, works with the students one-on-one, helping them prepare to teach. The result of their team effort is wonderful and the elementary kids learn so much. Thanks to Lynn and the Silver State High School teens for a great 2008-09 school year!