"DEFINITELY NOT JUST A
INNOVATIVE AND ENGAGING PRESENTATIONS
TARGETING THE MOST IMPORTANT TOPICS FOR STUDENTS
Live in-school events designed to captivate,
educate, and motivate students. A highly
participative event open to all students.
Our premiere in-school video character development
program designed to engage students in the
classroom and at home.
Why do some people seem to achieve any goal while so many others never get past talking about that “someday” moment? This presentation exposes the hidden truths behind success and shows how anyone can achieve the seemingly impossible, if they are courageous enough to try!contact us directly to
Our events meet or exceed state standards for STEM/STEAM educational programming.
Students are challenged to develop purpose and courage in pursuit of their goals and dreams.
Our TV series Scaly Adventures profiled and explored the wide world of STEM/STEAM career paths.
All of our programs include positive messaging designed to reduce bullying and self-harm risk.
Encouraging students to dig deep into the things they are passonate about as they plan their life's path.
As a participative program, Scaly Adventures programs help students to overcome self-limiting fear.
Creatures Of Character ® is designed to be a quick morning classroom video and discussion inspiring students to work hard, achieve goals, and respect one another.
The discussion continues at home with family interaction sheets designed to reinforce the day's character lesson at home by generating a discussion with a parent or guardian.
"We believe that all children, regardless of ability, should be given the opportunity to experience the joy and love only an animal can bring."
-Rick and Tanya Curren, creators of Scaly Adventures TV Series
Miss Ginger Curren is our beautiful Burmese Python who was born in September of 2013. Burmese Pythons are the 3rd largest species of snakes in the world, second to the Anaconda! She is over 8 feet long! She is a true gentle giant.Say hello
Miss Ginger has the special distinction of being specifically trained to work with autistic children, and children who may have other developmental heath concerns, both physical and mental. As such, she is non-reactive to sudden movements, loud noises or yelling, touching, hugging...and even kisses! She has worked with well over 500,000 children in schools, churches, hospitals, and video visits for critical care.
When Miss Ginger is not working she enjoys long slithers on the beach, collecting scrunchies, music, movies, and painting. She makes her paintings with her tail and gives them away to special children as her little way of reminding them that she loves them.