Each student will need to fill out a permission slip and medical form. The permission slip includes a request for the student's sandwich choice, t-shirt size, and an opportunity for parents to order a Discover Texas Field Trips "In a Box" program should they not want their student to travel.
You may use this form or medical information forms provided by the school.
Food allergies? Learn more about food options here.
Education in Action’s chaperone policy.
TeachingTexas.org brings together diverse resources from partners across the state to support those who teach Texas Studies and to promote awareness of the resources and partners available.
How well do you know Texas History? Welcome to Texas History Challenge! Compete against your friends, family, classmates, and strangers who love Texas history to see who knows their Texas history best. Each month new quizzes are unlocked challenging you on a different topic in Texas history. Students and adults can win prizes monthly and teachers can login and keep track of student’s progress.
Engaging Congress is a fun, interactive game that uses primary source documents to explore the basic tenets of representative government and the challenges they face in contemporary society.
The President’s Desk interactive exhibit can be used in a variety of ways in the classroom. In this guide, you will find a detailed description of the site’s layout and featured artifacts, as well as suggestions for how to use these materials with students in grades 4-12.
A President's Day
Ben’s Guide is an interactive and educational resource for children of all ages to learn about U.S. history, the U.S. Government, and civics.