Fieldtrip Bookings Now Open [Update: Grade 11/12 fieldtrips now full]

Posted by | September 13, 2013 | NEWS/UPCOMING | No Comments

We are now taking registrations for our 2013/2014 season of High School Fieldtrips. These include our Grade 9 DNA fieldtrips, as well as our Grade 11/12 PCR fingerprint fieldtrips. Note that information on our Grade 5/6/7 Science Creative Literary Symposia fieldtrip will be forthcoming.

If you are interested in booking a class visit to our facilities for either one of our high school programs, please note the information below.

Grade 9 Fieldtrip (full description here)

Please send your request to Alissa Cait (grade9genomics@gmail.com), with the below details, so that she can begin to confirm dates for you (between Oct and Dec 2013).

1. The Grade 9 fieldtrip occurs on tuesdays: please suggest three or four possible tuesday dates that would work. If you are requesting more than one session, then please ensure that you’ve provided a good number of possible dates – we will do our best to cluster your dates.

2. What is the approximate number of students (and adults) coming out for the session. Note numbers are best if below 30 in total.

3. What is your preferred start time: either 9am or 9:30am.

Grade 11/12 Fieldtrip (full description here)

NOTE: Grade 11/12 PCR fieldtrips have been filled up for the 2013-2014 academic year.

Please send your request to David Ng (db@mail.ubc.ca), with the below details, so that he can begin to confirm dates (between Oct 2013 and June 2014) for you.

1. The Grade 11/12 fieldtrip occurs on wednesdays or fridays: please suggest three or four possible wed/fri dates that would work. If you are requesting more than one session, then please ensure that you’ve provided a good number of possible dates – we will do our best to cluster your dates.

2. What is the approximate number of students (and adults) coming out for the session. Note numbers are best if below 30 in total.

3. What is your preferred start time: either 9am or 9:30am.

Note that our instructors are not responsible for disciplining your students, so there is the expectation that the teacher remain with the fieldtrip and deals with any inappropriate behaviour from your participants.

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