WORCESTER – School field trips are a way for students to actively learn through first-hand experience. They’re also incredibly fun and memorable. Mrs. Smith, a second grade teacher at Belmont Street Community School, would like to bring her students on a field trip to Davis Farmland and needs your help to get there!
Davis Farmland is a farm located in Sterling, Massachusetts and gives visitors the chance to not only learn about endangered animals, but interact with a few furry friends as well. Visiting Davis Farmland would give Mrs. Smith’s students the chance to view, touch, and learn about animals that many of them have never seen in person.
At this point, Mrs. Smith’s class has no way of getting there. The cost of admission is being covered by the parents/guardians of the class ($1300), but transportation isn’t. Mrs. Smith would like to rent two buses so that her students can safely get to the farm and back again.
Mrs. Smith decided to create a post titled “The Wheels on the Bus go to the Farm” on Donorschoose.org. She has set a goal of $767 and only needs $406 more to reach it. Time is running out to contribute! Donate today and help Mrs. Smith and her class reach her goal before April 29, 2018 and make this potential field trip into a trip to remember.