January 23 @ 9:25 am - 2:45 pm$25.00
Are you ready to investigate the animals that live in Alaska?
Discover more about the animals in our “backyard” in this 3 part workshop and field trip. We will learn about Alaskan animals and their habitats during the workshop time. We will practice our detective skills as we decode animal tracks and furs. We will solve the mystery of what makes each animal uniquely suited for the Alaskan climate. We will stay on the trail of these animals as we discuss migration patterns. We will sleuth out facts as we build our case of animal knowledge. Then on Thursday, January 23rd, we will take a field trip to the zoo for a guided tour with a special behind-the-scenes look at polar bears.
Workshops: Wednesdays, January 8th, 15th, & 22nd
Time: 12:30pm – 2pm
Location: Mat-Su Central, Wasilla Campus- South Roost
Open to elementary students grades 1st-6th.
Cost for workshops and field trip is $60 total, and the cost can be deducted directly from Mat-Su Central students’ allotments.
Field Trip Itinerary: January 23rd
9:25 Arrive at Mat-Su Central School for sign-in
9:35 Board the school bus
11:00 Anchorage Zoo tour and behind the scenes encounter with Polar Bears!
12:30 enjoy a sack lunch at the zoo picnic tables
1:00 MSCS Teacher led activity
1:30 Depart the Anchorage Zoo
2:45 Arrive back at MSCS
Transportation: School bus (Families have the option of meeting us there)
Student cost is $25. (this price will be deducted from the student(s) allotment)
Parents are welcome to attend.
Adult/ parent cost is $15. Parents, please pay Henry Henson, MSCS accountant, by cash or credit card, one week prior to the event
To Register Contact: Catrina Herrick, New Day Learning Services: email@example.com or call: 907-315-2645