The Officer Snook Program provides opportunities for students and adults to take action against pollution in their area through community service activities.
Tree Plantings - Students plant native trees to help prevent pollution and erosion in sensitive areas.
The Officer Snook Program uses hands-on activities to demonstrate how various types of pollution affect the environment. These activities allow viewers to gain a better understanding of the consequences of their actions.
Students attending an Officer Snook booth at a community event participate in some of our hands-on pollution demonstrations.
The Officer Snook Program conducts workshops to help educators better understand water pollution and show them how they can incorporate water pollution-related activities into their classroom curriculum.
This Officer Snook teacher workshop was conducted in Tampa, Florida for Hillsborough County educators.
We like to see students explore their creative side. In order to make learning about water pollution more interesting, the Officer Snook Program sponsors creative activities that are fun, as well as educational. The Officer Snook Hands On/Minds On Activity Book is filled with many pollution-related activities that teachers and students can do year round in the classroom.
This beautiful coral reef scene was a first place winner in our annual "Statue Of Trash" contest. The statue is made up entirely of recycled material.
Officer Snook, in costume, makes many public appearances. The handmade costume is always a favorite at schools and public events.
Our Officer Snook costume always attracts a crowd. In this picture, Officer Snook greets football fans at Super Bowl XLI!
Officer Snook volunteers make a difference. If you are interested in becoming an Officer Snook volunteer or sponsoring the Officer Snook Program for your area, contact the Officer Snook Water Pollution Program.