6th Grade Field Trips:
6th Grade Camp: The highlight for every 6th grader comes toward the beginning of the year: Going to Camp Cuyamaca. The camp is located near Julian and provides a curriculum and outdoor learning that focuses on hands-on, kinesthetic learning. Students are eager to learn and have time to bond and build trust between each other and teachers.
The cost per student is approximately $290 and scholarships are available. Because of strong community support from our various Partners in Education we have been able to make sure that no student has ever been restricted from going to camp because of financial need.
Forms and Resources
- SDCOE Student Registration and Health Form
- Meals Information
- Meals Allergy Form
- Medication Authorization Form
- What to Take to Camp
7th Grade Field Trips:
Balboa Park: Students will visit the Ruben H. Fleet Theater and Science Center, The Museum af Natural History, and complete an educational scavenger hunt throughout the park.
Beach Day: Toward the end of each school year the 7th grade class takes the classroom to the outdoors by having a hands-on physical education, health, and science-related learning day at the beach. The day is designed to tie in what students have been learning throughout the year in life science, mathematics, and physical and health education. This memorable experience is a an excellent project based learning activity.
8th Grade Field Trips:
Knotts Berry Farm: This annual trip includes reinforcement of science and mathematical standards taught in the classroom throughout the year with hands-on, experiential learning on this memorable field trip experience.
Click below for all of the permission forms, behavior contract and other information about this educational experience:
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