Field Trips

Field Trips/Outreach trips for this year: TBD

Chaperone Policy:

We have 12 students in our class, that will give each family an opportunity to sign up for at least 1 field trip if they would like. Parent Chaperones are selected based on a first respond- first selected policy according to the time/date stamp of their response to my Field Trip Sign up Email. As soon as our Field Trips are approved, The Field Trip Sign Up Email will be sent out soon with a list of all our Field Trips/Outreach trip and will request that parents reply to the e-mail ASAP indicating if they would like to attend any of our Field trips this year and to list their 1st, 2nd, 3rd choice. I do my best to give everyone who responds either their 1st or 2nd choice. If we have parents who cannot attend a field trip then I will open up additional spots to those who did respond first for an additional field trip. Since Sign ups are based on a first respond/first selected basis,please be sure to list your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices when you respond. If you have any questions about this, please feel free to contact me.

Due to Chaperone restrictions at these locations, we are limited to 4 Chaperones per trip from each class, however there is no limit to the number of Chaperones that can attend the Outreach trip to the Senior Center. For trips that require parent drivers- parent volunteer drivers must provide a copy of their insurance policy with proof of the $100,000/$300,000/$100,000 insurance coverage to the office in order to drive for these trips and adhere to the 2020 California Car Seat Laws.

Pictures from Past Field Trips Below:

San Bernardino County Museum in Redlands

Los Angeles Arboretum and Botanical Gardens in Arcadia

Lewis Playhouse to see School House Rock at Victoria Gardens. Lunch at Arbor Park after the play.

Pictures of Field Trips from Prior Years Below:

Raymond Alf Museum in Claremont/John's Incredible Pizza (2018)

Natural History Museum in Los Angeles (2018)

Jurupa Mountain Center in San Bernardino (2018)

We learned a lot about Minerals, Rocks and Fossils at our 2nd Field Trip this year on January 17th toJurupa Mountain Cultural Center in San Bernardino. We searched for minerals, rocks and fossils at Dinosaur Digs and kept what we collected in egg cartons. Pictures below:

Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Gardens in Arcadia (2017)

We had a fun filled day on October 12th exploring God's creation at our 1st Field Trip this year to Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Gardens in Arcadia where we learned more about native and exotic plants and reviewed the plant life cycle. We also explored the structure of different plants, including a review of plant parts, their functions, and how plants make their own food through photosynthesis. We also discussed what a plant needs and how a plant adapts to its environment. We also learned about all the ways we use plants- food, clothing, shelter, medicine, etc. We explored green houses, bamboo fields, cycad forests and saw turtles, fish, peacocks, geese and ducks. We even got to see a living dinosaur (living plant shaped like a dinosaur that is).

Natural History Museum in Los Angeles (2017)

Outreach trip to Senior Center-Celebrating Valentine's Day

The Lewis Family Playhouse- The Secret Garden- Tour of Paul Biane Library at Victoria Gardens, Lunch at Victoria Gardens, and a tour of the Bass Pro Shop.

The Lewis Family Playhouse- Stuart Little- Tour of Paul Biane Library at Victoria Gardens and then have Lunch at Arbor Park.

The Los Angeles Arboretum and Botanical Gardens in Arcadia

Outreach trip to Senior Center- Celebrating Grandparent's Day

Dino Papavero Senior Center Outreach Trip 2016 (1).pptx

More Pictures of Field Trips in the past :

The Los Angeles Arboretum and Botanical Gardens in Arcadia

Life House Theater for Life Tales of George Washington

-Life House Theater for a Life Tales Musical Biography on the life of Benjamin Franklin

Ben Franklin logo

- The Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology in Claremont to learn all about Fossils and Dinosaurs