Ended Friday, April 26th, 2019 at 11:28 AM
Total Donation Goal $1,710 $1,735.00 Funded
This campaign has ended and has been fully funded. If you made a donation, thank you.
About this Campaign
Lincoln Public Schools’ 7th Grade World History Curriculum includes a unit in which students learn about the importance and impact of the European Renaissance around the world. The unit is a valuable opportunity for students to be able to see how the world changed in different curricular areas from math to science to food to fashion.
Moore’s Social Studies department would like to participate in the Nebraska Renaissance Festival’s Education Day that is taking place on May 10th. Students will be able to spend the entire day interacting with actors who are experts in the field of Renaissance. Topics can range from cartography, manners, pottery, leather working, armor, weapons, fairy lore, heraldry and more. This experience will allow students to have an exciting opportunity to attend the Renaissance Festival and expand their depth of knowledge about the Renaissance. Our hope is students return with engaging experiences, stories of what they did and a desire to seek more opportunities as they grow up to find cultural events of their own.
We are requesting $1500 plus cost reimbursement for transportation to Bellevue Berry Farms in Bellevue, Nebraska.
Update - Apr 26th, 2019 at 1:08PM
Dear Moore Community -
We are so thankful for all of your generous donation to our 7th grade field trip. The staff and students are so excited to be able to participate in the Renaissance Field trip in May. This will be such a valuable opportunity for students to learn more depth about the Renaissance and have an experience in middle school they will be remember for years to come. With Moore growing and developing its culture; it is great to know we have such a strong supportive community that is backing our students and staff . Your thoughtful donation is very much appreciated. We can't wait to share some photos of our field trip with the community!
- The 7th/8th Grade Social Studies Department