The WVU Extension
WVU Extension Youth Programming (not just for 4-H) is offering tons of student oriented workshops and they are also pulling resources from other providers to promote opportunities for STEM at home! https://extension.wvu.edu/youth-family/news
Below is a link to NGSS@NSTA Classroom Resources website which has resources which may be useful to you. You may use the query on the site to search for resources specific the grade/s and science topics you teach.
These classroom resources—over 800 lesson plans, book chapters, videos, simulations, and more—are vetted by NSTA curators who recommend ways to adapt them to be more in line with the vision of the NGSS.
NASA's Education Resource Center:
The NASA ERC has been offering educator and student live webinars on CAD and 3D Printing webinar, in addition to several Scratch trainings. The links to register for these trainings or request a webinar or worskhop for educators or students, are on their website: www.NASAIVVERC.org
Earth and Space Science Passport (ESSP)
The ESSP Program participants worked for years on projects that they compiled and presented at WVSTA. The portfolio of those lessons can be found on the website: www.FairmontState.edu/esspassport/
WV Geologic and Economic Survey Geoscience Education resources can be found at the West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey website. These activities were developed during the RockCamp Program. Many were teacher developed and teacher tested! http://www.wvgs.wvnet.edu/www/geoeduc/geoeduc.htm
If you have other resources that can be used by teachers, parents, and students to improve science education, please send them to Todd.Ensign@FairmontState.edu and put WVSTA Website in the subject line.
Did you know that the Good Zoo is home to 68 species of animals, 20 of which are rare or endangered? The Good Zoo is the only institute in the state of West Virginia accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). There are only 235 AZA accredited facilities world-wide.