RAS and WWVA have postponed Field Trips sponsored by the schools until further notice, but we acknowledge that off campus adventures are a major part of a student's educational experience.
Once each quarter, students and their families may choose from a provided list of valuable educational/outdoor adventure/community service options to participate in with their families on a Sunday of their choice. These options will be age appropriate and we will be certain that there are equitable options for online field trips or community service projects that families could do from home if they do not have the means or ability to participate outside of the home.
First Quarter Suggestions:
Tamastslikt Cultural Institute - they opened on September 22! The first Friday of each month admission is free. Regular admission: Students - $7, Adults - $10
Fort Walla Walla Planet Walk - An easy, multi-use paved path accessing Fort Walla Walla and the Arthur C. Rempel Nature Trail. Starting at the west end, the sun and the planets of our solar system are spaced proportionally along the trail. FREE
Country Mercantile Pumpkin Patch - Opening on September 26! Pumpkin patch, corn maze, virtual petting zoo, and more! Kids 2 and under are free. Pumpkins not included.
Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail - The Lewis and Clark Expedition camped here on May 2, 1806. As part of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial, the town of Dayton created a full scale restoration of the campsite using life size metal silhouette sculptures of all the members of the expedition. FREE
Outdoor Sculpture Walk at Whitman College - Want to experience the beauty outside in Walla Walla, take in breathtaking works of art, and get your steps in all at the same time? Look no further than the Whitman College Outdoor Sculpture Walk. This self-guided experience takes you through the Whitman College campus to view 21 magnificent sculptures, many of which were commissioned by graduated classes or created by Whitman College alumni. FREE
Slime in Microgravity Virtual Field Trip - What happens when you put slime in SPACE? Without Earth's normal gravity to hold the ooey gooey stuff down, things are about to get weird. Rihana Mungin and Nick Uhas are here to take you to the Slime in Space classroom, with appearances by REAL astronauts and Nickelodeon stars! FREE
San Diego Zoo Virtual Field Trip - LIVE cams and videos of your favorite animals! Koalas, hippos, giraffes and more! FREE
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