January 2018 Field Trips

Homeschool Snow Sports Adventure

Mountain High

Wrightwood, CA

Mandatory 1st meeting date:

Tuesday

January 9, 2018

10:00 AM

Mountain High

This is when you get your lift tickets & ski lesson

DATE:        Mandatory 1st meeting date:

Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at 10:00 am at Mountain High

This is when you get your lift tickets & ski lesson

TIME:       Monday thru Thursday; No Holidays or Weekends

(your schedule after the 1st meeting)

COST:      4 lift tickets, 4 rentals & 1 lesson:    NB4-1              $ 144.00

4 lift tickets & 1 lesson (no rentals):  NB4-2             $ 122.00

4 helmet rentals:                             ADD-ON            $  12.00

PLACE:     Mountain High, 24510 Highway 2, Wrightwood, CA 92397

PARKING:  Free

Registration & Payment Deadline: December 15, 2017  (no exceptions)

 HSSA is a flexible school program convenient for home school families.

  • 4 trips –Monday & Wednesday, non-holiday.

–Must be finished by last week of February 2018.

  • You may opt out of the lesson. (at the bottom of the release form you will choose lesson type – choose opt out)
  • After the first trip participants have the freedom to choose their trip dates.
  • 1 hour & 45 minute ski/snowboard lesson for all skill levels.  First trip only.
  • A “hands free” pass (8 hours); All Rentals; On-line sign up and payment

How to register for HSSA(you must register & pay online at Mt. High)

Go to, www.mthigh.com hover over tickets+groups, click on school programs, & scroll down to click here to register

Direct link: http://www.mthigh.com/site/tickets-and-groups/group-sales/school-program.html

STEP 1: SELECT Snowsports Adventure -NON-CHARTERED 4 WEEK PROGRAM

– Choose package type the click ADD

STEP 2: Complete Information (School: Excellence in Education or EIE) and Select ADD TO CART

At the top of the page click on YOUR CART; complete LIABILITY FORM and then CHECK OUT

Email Elizabeth at eiefieldtrips@gmail.com after you have completed everything to verify registration and payment.

Questions: Elizabeth at 626-665-5087 or eiefieldtrips@gmail.com

Bass Pro Shops Store Tour

Rancho Cucamonga

Friday

January 12, 2018

10:00 am – 12:30 pm

COST:       $5.00 per family

PLACE:     7777 Victoria Gardens, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739

PARKING:  free

Deadline:   Monday, January 8, 2018

At Bass Pro Shops in Rancho Cucamonga, we offer free tours of our facility.  We give a brief history of our store.  We explain how Johnny Morris our founder came to start Bass Pro Shops.  We take our guests through 12 of our 13 departments (we skip our apparel department).  In our fudge area we talk out the different flavors and tell how it’s made.  In our fishing department we show our guest the reels and rods.  In our Archery department, the guests can take a peek at our archery range.  Guests will also get to see our Fine Gun Room, where we have a lot of taxidermy animals.  Fly shop shows our guest the different flies and talks about our free classes that teach how to make your own fly.  The tour of course goes by our giant fish tank and we talk about how every Saturday at 12pm, our guest can come and watch the fish get fed.  This is just a brief overview of our tour.  So come experience the tour yourself and see how fun it is at Bass Pro Shops.

For questions:  eiefieldtrips@gmail.com

Who Wants to be an Opera Singer?

LA Opera – Elementary Student Matinees

Tuesday

January 16, 2018 (to be confirmed)

9:00 am  (to be confirmed)

COST:      $7.00 per family

PLACE:       Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

135 N. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012

PARKING:  Music Center Garage – $9.00

Registration Deadline: Tuesday, January 9, 2017 (or until full) 

Who Wants to be an Opera Singer? is a fun and interactive introduction to the world of opera, written by Mark Saltzman. With a spin of the giant opera wheel, our singers compete for the coveted Golden Throat Award and a brilliant career in opera by singing some of opera’s “greatest hits” and telling us a little about the operas from which they spring.

Grammy Museum Tour

and

Music Production

101 Workshop

Friday

January 19, 2018

9:00 am – 12:30 pm

COST:      $10 per person

PLACE:     800 West Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015

PARKING: You may take the Gold Line to Union Station then the Purple/Red line & get off at 7th St./Metro City Center- then walk approx. 3 blocks (.5 mile).

Or use this link for parking:

https://www.lalive.com/assets/doc/LA_LIVE_MAP_ONLINE-c8da2fb32c.PDF

Registration Deadline: Thursday, January 11, 2018 (or until full) 

The Grammy Museum aims to educate individuals about the history and cultural significance of American music, and to inspire the next generation to explore and create new forms of music using the roots that have existed in this country for centuries. The Museum accomplishes this through innovative programming, cutting-edge interactives, and exciting exhibitions.

The Music Production 101 involves our education coordinator Schyler who is also a producer and artist.  He leads the students through this workshop where he goes over the different careers within the Music Industry, difference between Composer, Producer, Arranger, etc. He sets up his production equipment and on the spot will create a song with the students recording them and bringing students on stage to participate.

For questions: eiefieldtrips@gmail.com

Candide

by Leonard Bernstein

LA Opera

Thursday

January 25, 2018

8:30 am

COST:      $8.00 per student, $15.00 per adult -Or- enroll in Opera Class – $100.00 per year per family

(Wed. at 4:15–5:15pm at EiE)   (no more than 1 adult to 1 student ratio)

PLACE:     Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

135 N. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012

PARKING:  Music Center Garage – $9.00 (please check price)

 There is a mandatory meeting Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018 4:30-5:30 pm.

Deadline:   Until full

 Free-wheeling and funny, satirical and soaring, Candide takes the audience on a round-the-world romp. Brimming with youthful innocence and basking in love, Candide is certain that he lives in the best of all possible worlds. But an unrelenting series of ridiculously unfortunate events makes him question everything he has been taught.

“Make OurLA Opera’s company premiere of Candide is presented in celebration of composer’s Leonard Bernstein’s centenary. His brilliant score features some of musical theater’s greatest hits—the exuberant overture, the show-stopping “Glitter and Be Gay”Garden Grow”—as we follow our optimistic hero’s journey from rapture to ruin to redemption.

In English with projected English translations.

For questions:

eiefieldtrips@gmail.com