WAGGIN' TRAIN ZOO FIELD TRIPS
Welcome to Waggin' Train Zoo:
Ready, Set, Go!
Field trips are a regular part of many programs for young children. This can serve a variety of purposes such as exposing children to new things or helping children to see familiar things in new ways. The purpose if this study was to learn the meaning children gave to field trip. With this, Waggin' Train Zoo will be open for field trips!
We are now booking field trips for elementary school students grades kindergarten through 5th grade.
Lesson aligned to the state curriculum
Lesson taught by professional teachers
Lesson will be interactive with the students
Students will interact with the zoo animals
**No lunch provided. **
September, October, November, February, March, April
Entry fee per student $10 (Chaperones Free)
Each student must have a signed Parental Permission Sheet.
Contact Sarah Alexandar
Waggin' Train Conductor instructions to enjoy your visit.
Don't get kicked off the train for bad behavior.
Conductor SANCHO says.....
ADULTS must be accompanied and supervised by a responsible CHILD or either way works.
Keep your hands and feet to yourself - fingers and toes look tasty to my zoo friends.
No food for my furry friends - they are dieting and can get tummy aches from people food.
If you get behind my friends - you are in the danger zone for kicks and smelly surprises.
Respect my furry friends - you are in their house and litter makes them cranky.
By purchase of this ticket I hereby waive any and all claims against Waggin’ Vineyard & Estate (Waggin’), and/or its Employees/Volunteers, and release Waggin’/Employees/Volunteers from all liability for injury, death, property damage, or any other loss sustained by me/my child/child in my care as a result of my/their participation in any Event, due to any cause whatsoever including, without limitation, negligence on the part of Waggin’/Employees/Volunteers, including all legal fees or costs. I agree that this Agreement applies whether Waggin’ is at fault or not and it limits the liability of Employees/Volunteers to the same extent as it limits the liability of Waggin’ even though Employees/Volunteers are not formal parties to this Agreement. I know there are some diseases and parasites that can be spread from animals to humans. The risk of infection through brushing animals may be prevented by following everyday good hand hygiene measures. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warns that children and adults should wash their hands immediately after touching animals at any zoo and I acknowledge Waggin’ has supplied a hand washing station for my use.