FIELD TRIP FORMS
FIELD TRIP DISCLAIMER
Additional fees may be collected for field trips, classes, and other activities KEY
HOMESCHOOL ASSOCIATION Inc. provides.  Some field trip will require payment in
advance, which may be non-refundable. Members should realize that in the State of
Louisiana grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc., is not recognized as legal guardians.  If
your child were injured, they cannot give permission to treat the child.  Members may
consider giving permission, for those persons who are caring for their children, by
notarizing a statement from the parent stating that said persons have permission to
authorize medical use.  This is a safety precaution for your children. Board Members,
Director, and Incorporates shall not be held liable for any injuries or deaths resulting
from any field trip or any function you, your family, or anyone included in your party
participate in. Parental supervision is required at all events and functions of KEY
HOMESCHOOL ASSOCIATION INC.
THESE ARE TENTATIVE FIELD TRIPS FOR 2017-2018.
SIGN UP FORMS WILL BE AVAILABLE
WHEN FIELD TRIPS ARE SCHEDULED
prices and times may change
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2017  
9:00 AM

Institute for Marine Mammal Studies
10801 Dolphin Lane
Gulfport, MS 39503

Admission:   $7 per student.  $9 per adult.
15 PAID TO CONTINUE THIS FIELD TRIP

At South Mississippi’s premier marine education and conservation center,
visitors of all ages will be engaged in a fun, hands-on learning experience that
will help to understand and appreciate the species that make our Gulf Coast
waters unique. Explore 2,000 square feet of interactive exhibits and life-size
replicas of sea creatures. Sift through the sand for a shark tooth and identify
the species. Admire the marine-inspired local art and analyze artifacts.
Encounter the touch pools. Touch stingrays or cow-nose rays, and get “up
close and personal” with horseshoe crabs, sea stars, and other marine
animals. Observe various saltwater, brackish and freshwater fish,
invertebrates, frogs, and marsh turtles in aquariums.
FRIDAY, MAY 25, 2018
NOON-3 pm

Adventure Quest Laser Tag
1200 South Clearview Parkway
Suite 1106
Harahan, LA 70123

$14.00 per player
MUST HAVE 20 PAID PLAYERS
Saturday, APRIL, 7, 14, 21,  2018

Global Wildlife Center
26389 Hwy 40
Folsom, LA 70437

PRICES:
ADULTS $19.00
SENIORS $17.00
CHILDREN $13.00
1 AND UNDER $0

FEED
Enhance your experience by feeding the animals
32oz Souvenir Cups > $2
Family Bucket > $30
Sack > $62
Bin > $75
SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 2017

Group Tours:
Group rates are available. $5.00/person for groups of 10 or more.

The New Canal Lighthouse Museum and Education Center:

Educates locals and visitors about the water quality and habitats of the Lake
Pontchartrain Basin
Educates locals and visitors about LPBF's Multiple Lines of Defense Strategy
to address critical coastal issues
Educates locals and visitors about the history of the lighthouse and lifesaving
station
Functions as an active aid to navigation by nightly lighting the lighthouse beacon

Come experience how the history of a light, a lake and a coast has blended
together. Visit Louisiana's only working lighthouse containing a museum that is
open to the public.

The New Canal Lighthouse Museum is located on the first floor of the rebuilt
lighthouse raised up 19 feet above the level of Lake Pontchartrain. This
protects the building against storm surges from the lake that may come with
hurricanes and tropical storms. The museum can be accessed by two sets of
stairs or by an elevator "lift" to accommodate those with special needs. The
balcony allows the visitor to get a panoramic view of the New Orleans south
shore lakefront.

Inside, the museum consists of three display areas, one depicting the history of
the light and the region, one presenting LPBF's SAVE OUR LAKE successful
campaign, and one presenting the challenges addressed with LPBF's SAVE
OUR COAST campaign. The lighthouse tour is led by trained docents who take
visitors through the halls to tell how the history story turned into an
environmental one, and how everyone can help sustain our region
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