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Field trips provide students with opportunities to observe the world outside the classroom. Field trips can include jaunts to a museum, farm, manufacturing plant, geological area, public facility, or other location so that students can gain firsthand knowledge. Field trips accomplish the following objectives:
  • Students engage all of their senses in a real-world environment.
  • Students develop broader perspectives.

8th Grade Career Days

Date: Friday, September 27, 2019

Time: 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

Location: Shasta College Main Campus, 11555 Old Oregon Trail, Redding

Cost: Free

The Shasta College Office of Student Life invites 8th graders (and their parents) to 8th Grade Career Days. As they visit the campus, students will learn about programs offered in their community and get them thinking about their higher education goals.

Benefits of participation in 8th Grade Career Days:
 Exposure to the wide variety of Shasta College programs and services
 Broaden students' perspectives on college options and career opportunities
 See how college courses relate to careers and job interests
 Opportunity for students to interact with college staff and students
 Lend a sense of direction for students' future goals.

Thundering Moccasins

Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Time: 11am - 12pm

Location: Win-River Resort & Casino Event Center

Cost: Free
The Redding Rancheria would like to extend an invitation to our school and others to attend the "Thundering Moccasins," a Live Theatrical Native American Performance. Each year the performance includes history on our local tribes along with the beautiful Pow Wow dance presentation. This event is free. You will need to transport and accompany your student. There are 20 seats available.