All Aboard The Magic School Bus!

School field trips are among the most exciting parts of a student’s education. It’s the time when kids get to learn through hands-on experiences that will stick with them throughout life.

Think back to your very first field trip. Where did you go? What did you do? How did you learn?

The Schultz Center for Teaching & Leadership understands how important and meaningful field trips can be for students. That’s why we are offering Jacksonville elementary and middle schools the opportunity to take a field trip to our One Spark venue, #EdSpark, from April 8th through April 10th at the Florida Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts.


Students will experience programming from the Jacksonville Symphony, The Ritz Theater and the Cathedral Arts Project. They will also have a chance to expand their imagination and amplify their #EdSpark experience through our unique curriculum that combines the standards of education with the fun of playtime.

If you are interested in arranging a field trip for your class, sign up today and take your class on a trip they will remember for a lifetime!

Although we would love for every school in Jacksonville to take a trip to our magical #EdSpark venue, not all of the schools interested in visiting can afford to give their students a field trip. So we are asking the public to help sponsor a student or class by making a donation that will send kids to a playground of education where they will learn new lessons through interactive activities.

Your contribution will ensure a fun and fabulous experience for students visiting our #EdSpark venue.

So, hurry and sponsor a class or sign your class up today to take the trip of a lifetime to a place where imagination runs free and kids learn in new ways.


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