Low-Risk Daytrip Information

Course for Field Studies: Humanities 8-12
Course Teacher: Mori Hamilton
Destination: Bard on the Beach at Vanier Park
Start date: Sep 12, 2018
End date: Sep 20, 2018
Consent due date: Sep 11, 2018
Series of activities to be undertaken (specify program):
On Sept. 12 Grade 11 and 12 students will be transported via charter bus to Vanier Park to see Bard on the Beach's production of MacBeth.

On Sept. 20 Grade 8,9,10 students will be transported via charter bus to Vanier Park to see Bard on the Beach's production of As You Like It.

Students need only get form signed by non-Mini course teachers and parent.
Purpose or Educational Goals:
To participate in live professional theatre and enrich our understanding of William Shakespeare's works
Itinerary/Activites:
For both dates: 12 pm pick up for 37th Avenue. Students are expected to have eaten lunch and will be transported to Vanier Park for the 1 pm performance. Students will be dismissed at approximately 3 pm from the venue and should arrange for return transportation in advance of our trip.
Mode of Transportation: charter bus (one way)
Transportation By: First Student Charters
Grades: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
# Female students: 71
# Male students: 67
Educator In Charge: Mori Hamilton
Supervisors: Polly Dobie, Mori Hamilton, Dan Kramar, Kelly Patrick, Stefan Schmitt, Paul Skarsgard
Cost To Student: $0
What To Bring: weather appropriate clothing, cell phone, go-card
Behaviour Expectations:
Exemplary: you are representing Point Grey Mini School and yourselves. Live theatre is a partnership between the cast and the audience. Our behaviour will affect the performance and the experience of those around us.
Potential Known Risks and Safety Information:
Have return transportation arranged well in advance and travel in groups along roadways and on public transportation. One of the chaperones will be carrying the Mini School cell phone for emergency calls only: 604-209-4405.
Additional Comments/Remarks re. Risks & Safety:
This trip is made possible at no cost to students by a generous subsidy by the Point Grey Mini School Parent Society