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Field Trips & Events

Roller King Field Trip

 

Join us for a day of fun roller skating!!

​Snack Bar will be open


Note: This is a new field trip to our CORE families. In future years, this field trip will 
be expanded to include a STEM aspect. For this year, please visit Roller King's 
website for STEM ideas that you can tie into your homeschool curriculum.


DATE: FEBRUARY 23, 2018
TIME: 1:15 - 3:15 PM

NO COST for CORE Students, parents & siblings
(ALL OTHERS $5)

889 Riverside Avenue, Roseville, CA 

 

Registration due by 2/16/18


To register for this field trip, submit forms to the LRC front desk or by email. Many of the field trips do have a maximum amount of participants that can attend. Registering early will help guarantee your spot.

 

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iFLY

Field trips have been carefully aligned to math and science.
Every field trip includes:
Interactive presentation and Hands-on investigation in our classroom.
Flying instruction and safety training.
Flying time for every student, with one-on-one supervision from our 

highly-trained, certified instructors.

*Each participant will receive two flights!

Friday, March 2, 2018

Time: 9am - 12pm


118 Harding Blvd., Roseville, CA
FREE for CORE students ($45 for non-CORE students & adults)


    Registrations and Waivers due by 2/23/18

 

 

To register for this field trip, submit forms to the LRC front desk or by email. Many of the field trips do have a maximum amount of participants that can attend. Registering early will help guarantee your spot.

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Hearst Castle
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Hearst Castle’s history begins in 1865,
when George Hearst purchased 40,000 acres of ranchland.
After his mother’s death in 1919, William Randolph Hearst
inherited thousands of acres around San Simeon, and over time, he purchased more.
The spread eventually encompassed about 250,000 acres.
With architect, Julia Morgan, Hearst conceived a retreat he called
 “Enchanted Hill.” By 1947, when Hearst had to leave the remote
location because of his fragile health, the estate was still unfinished even though
​ it comprised 165 rooms and 123 acres of gardens, terraces, pools and walkways--
all built to Hearst’s specifications and showcasing a legendary art collection.



Time: April 7, 2018
Time: 1pm (time could change)


750 Hearst Castle Rd., San Simeon, CA
FREE for CORE students ($TBA for non CORE students & adults)

  

(Registrations are turned in at the front desk at the LRC or emailed to lisamvfox@itsafw.com
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