T.R.E.E. (Teaching Responsible Earth Education) is hosting the Sunship EarthTM program for several different schools November 16-20, 2018. This five-day/four night discovery learning adventure is truly school away from school. Sunship Earth is an environmental science program that teaches 1/3 of the state science curriculum while giving students an appreciation for the Earth’s wonders and motivating them to protect the precious life systems of our planet. Students will attend Sunship Earth at T.R.E.E.’s Outdoor Classroom on the Northshore (just west of Covington). Sunship Earth builds upon material learned during EarthkeepersTM, T.R.E.E.’s 4th grade program, taking the main themes to a more complex level.
There is a cost of $850 for each student to attend. If the session fills completely the fee for each student may be lowered to $600. This covers bus transportation, educational fees, wholesome meals, snacks, all supplies for activities and crafts, and a staff of 1 adult for every 3 children.
Important Dates & Deadlines:
October 18, 2018: Commitment Agreement and deposit payment of $350 due to T.R.E.E. Office
November 1, 2018: 2nd Payment of $250 due to T.R.E.E. Office. Last day to drop with a full refund.
November 15, 2018: Final payment due to T.R.E.E. Office. Payment amount will be based on number of students registered.
If student registration is cancelled by October 31, 2018 100% of fees will be refunded. If cancellation is received between November 1, 2018 and November 14, 2018 then 80% of fees will be refunded. Cancellation within 24 hours of the start of program is subject to a 50% refund. Cancellation because of medical emergency will be refunded at 100%.
Register your student by completing the form and payment below or send a check to 4714 Earhart Blvd, Ste D, New Orleans, LA 70125.
We hope you are as eager as we are for your child to attend Sunship Earth! If you are curious to find out more information about T.R.E.E.’s Sunship Earth, check it out at www.treetalk.org.
Call or email Arianne Carson with any questions. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504-525-9020.
Teaching Responsible Earth Education