On Nov. 19, St. John's Jesuit will host area educators interested in getting certified to teach the National Fishing in Schools Program. The program, which is active in more than a dozen states, uses a “Cast a Fly, Catch A Student” curriculum that has been approved by many states and allows middle school and high school students to earn education credits while learning to fly fish, tie knots, and explore aquatic entomology. Students also learn about the importance of water quality and habitat conservation. “We invite parents and educators from schools across Ohio and Michigan to join us," St. John's principal Bryon Borgelt said. "Together, we can teach young adults the lasting benefits of outdoor skills for stewardship and conservation of natural resources for future generations.” Call St. John's at 419-865-5743 for more information.