Debra, you can also spread your school program idea through sites similar to permies.com. Prepper sites, home schooling, gardening sites.
I would think all the schools would be on some sort of enewsletter with information on what's trending. What provides good teaching. If not, there's another window of opportunity.
By the way, fist bump to a fellow WV'r. My son is in third grade at Fort Gay.
Debra I would love to see your outline for the class, I have been thinking about how to teach a class on permaculture at my boys school, it is a very small school and all I would need to do would be to offer to do it and it would happen, the kids currently have 2 aquaponics systems and start seeds for the school fundraiser plant sale so they are ahead of the curve but teaching the basics and principles of permaculture in a way that makes sense to their lives is something I really want to do. I have zero experience in teaching outside of doing so am really looking for a lesson plan that I could edit for my particular situation. I would also love to collaborate with teachers who understand permaculture to create some learning materials for 5-12 year olds. Matt Powers has created a program that I understand is for high schoolers but that is not applicable for me yet.
Look! I laid an egg! Why does it smell like that? Tiny ad, does this smell weird to you?