We are the Powerful Panthers of third grade here at Ross!
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Chaperone Forms and Information
Please sign up for at least 3 field trips. There will also be a bike trip at the end of the year that will need a lot of chaperones, so we will keep you updated on that. There are also a few additional field trips that you can sign up for later. Thank you!
3rd Grade Field Trips Sign Up
Jungle Book – Imagination Stage
Students will attend Imagination Stage’s Jungle Book. This field trip does not require much walking as we are taking buses directly to the location. Students must bring a lunch.
National Building Museum: City by Design
From the National Building Museum website: “Students become city planners by planning, then constructing an imaginary city. Guided by a museum educator, students begin to see connections between school curriculum and community issues.”
Chaperones will meet at Ross at 9:00. They will then guide the students on the metro. The metro is right across the museum.
Museum of Natural History: Exploring Ecosystems
Students will be learning about habitats in a discovery room at the museum. Chaperones will meet at Ross at 9:00 to take the students on the metro. The walk from there to the museum is a half mile.
Imagination Stage: Charlotte’s Web
Students will witness the beloved classic brought into life. Chaperones will meet at Ross at 9:30. The walk from the metro to the stage is a half mile.
Imagination Stage: Prince & Pauper Bollywood
Students will witness the Bollywood adaptation of the classic Mark Twain novel. Chaperones will meet at Ross at 9:30. The walk from the metro to the stage is a half mile.
National Building Museum: Architecture 101
From the National Building Museum Website: “Students become architects and practice the skills architects use every day. Guided by a museum educator, the students practice drawing, model-making and examining the world around them.” Chaperones will meet at Ross at 9:00. They will then guide the students on the metro. The metro is right across the museum.
Email classroom teacher, Jillian Atlas and classroom aide, Tyler Hercules:
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