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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.

In-N-Out Burger Restaurant Tour

Date: Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Time: 9:00 am

Who: Students in Grades 1-6

Location:1275 Dana Dr, Redding

Cost: Free

Maximum of 30 students; Release Form required (will be provided upon registration). The tour will include history, store operation, morning prep, nutrition, and a complimentary order of food. All tour participants must wear closed-toe shoes and turn in a release form signed by a parent. Parents with small children or babies must wait in the dining area.