MARIN HEADLINES FIELD TRIP
Wed., Dec. 4 - Fri., Dec. 6

Marin is the 6th grade overnight environmental science program in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area that offers students the opportunity to engage in inclusive, hands-on learning experiences in one of the San Francisco Bay Area’s most pristine coastal locations. Students explore Rodeo Beach and the trails of the Marin Headlands, challenge themselves physically, build meaningful relationships, and discover a caring relationship with the natural world. 
 
SCHEDULE
  • Students should arrive at school regular time on Wednesday, December 4th. They should be ready to hike with their overnight bags, a backpack, and disposable lunch. Students will put their bags in Room 35 before school begins.
  • Students should report to their first period classes.
  • The buses will leave around 10:30.
  • Students will spend the next two days learning about nature, science, themselves, and their peers. Marin is such a special trip for the 6th graders.
  • Students will return to campus around 2:30 for regular pick up on Friday, December 6. They will be tired and excited to tell you about their adventures.
More information will follow through email. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Parker.