3rd Grade Field Trip - March 23 & 24*, 2017
(*classes will be attending on different days due to space limits)
Permission Slips: All students and parent chaperones going on the field trip MUST have a signed permission slip on file in the office. Anyone without a permission slip cannot attend. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Students needing medication MUST have a doctor approved medical form on file in our nurse's office. All approved medication (epi-pens and inhalers included), will be taken on the trip along with a standard first aid kit.
Time: Students need to be at school no later than 8:15 in order to take roll, collect lunches, visit the restroom, and line up. All students are expected to ride the bus. If a student misses the field trip bus, please have them report to the front office. He or she will be placed with another 3rd grade class and remain there until we return at approx. 2:00 p.m.
Lunch: Students will be eating lunch on the trip. Please pack a completely disposable lunch (no lunch boxes or backpacks). Students may choose to pre-order a sack lunch from the cafeteria at their usual lunch price. Students receiving free or reduced price lunches will not have to pay any more than they currently do. Sack lunch example: turkey sandwich, fruit or juice, milk, and baby carrots.
Trip: This trip includes walking on level, but unpaved surfaces. Please make sure your child wears appropriate shoes. Depending on the weather, students may want to bring a jacket or sweater. Students can bring a disposable water bottle if they like. Students will be responsible for holding their own belongings.
Parent Chaperones - This is a school study trip and all school rules apply. Each 3rd grade class is allowed 4 chaperones. There is an admission fee of $7 for each parent chaperone. No younger siblings are allowed on any school study trip. (A random drawing will be held prior to the trip to select the parent chaperones.) This facility is closed to the general public during study trips.
Miscellaneous: Students are NOT allowed to bring backpacks, cellphones, or video games. There are no gift shops or items to purchase, so there is no need for students to bring any money on the trip.