Barrier Island Center Study Trip Request Form
*****PLEASE NOTE*****

Because of building capacity limitations due to COVID-19 restrictions, classes may be divided into groups. Currently, we are able to host two groups of 20 (including students and teachers/chaperones) at a time, with groups rotating between indoor and outdoor portions of the program. The classroom and theatre are currently closed, so the majority of program time will be outdoors.


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Thank you for your interest in a Barrier Island Center study trip!

Programs currently available are as follows:

Hatchling School: Pre-Kindergarten
Explore the lives of sea turtles by learning about their life cycle, anatomy, threats, and how to protect them through interpretive, hands-on activities. Program includes anatomy lesson, interpretive beach walk and clean-up, scavenger hunt, exhibit exploration, ocean-view picnic, and more!

Sea Turtle School: Kindergarten and Grade 1
Become a sea turtle hero by learning about sea turtle life cycles, anatomy, threats, and how to protect them through interpretive, hands-on activities. Program includes interpretive beach walk and clean-up, scavenger hunt, exhibit exploration, ocean-view picnic, and more!

Habitat Detectives: Grades Kindergarten and Grade 1 [NOT AVAILABLE AS A VIRTUAL/ONLINE PROGRAM]
Students will become environmental scientists by collecting and analyzing data within the multiple habitats found within the Barrier Island Sanctuary. Program includes: interpretive trail walk, data collection and analysis, exhibit exploration, ocean-view picnic, and more!

Sea Turtle Academy: Grades 2-4
Become a sea turtle steward while learning about sea turtle anatomy, life cycle, threats, and how to protect them. Program includes: interpretive beach walk and clean-up, exhibit exploration, sea turtle tag, hands-on skull activity, ocean-view picnic, and more!

Sea Turtle Science: Grades 5-6
Increase knowledge with a more in-depth investigation into the world of sea turtle science, including sea turtle anatomy, environmental threats, and conservation efforts. Program includes: interpretive beach walk and clean-up, exhibit exploration, sea turtle tag, sea turtle stranding scenario, ocean-view picnic, and more!

Sea Turtles Dune to Lagoon: Grades 7-9 [NOT AVAILABLE AS A VIRTUAL/ONLINE PROGRAM]
Students will investigate sea turtle habitats, dune and lagoon, learning about environmental threats to sea turtles and how to protect them. Program includes: interpretive beach and trail walk, substrate and water analysis, exhibit exploration, sea turtle stranding scenario, ocean-view picnic, and more!

Dune to Lagoon Soil and Water Analysis: Grades 6-12 [NOT AVAILABLE AS A VIRTUAL/ONLINE PROGRAM]
Students will investigate habitats from dune to lagoon, learning about environmental threats to sea turtles and how to protect them. Program includes: interpretive beach and trail walk, substrate and water analysis, exhibit exploration, sea turtle stranding scenario, ocean-view picnic, and more!

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THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE IS APPLICABLE TO ON-SITE PROGRAMS ONLY.

Scheduling will be as follows:
*Public/private/charter schools - Tuesdays [2 classes only], Wednesdays [1 class only], Thursdays [1 class only]
*Homeschool groups - Fridays [1 class only]
*Clubs and scout troops - Fridays and Saturdays [1 class only]

Groups must have a minimum of 16 students, with no more than 24 per class.

Completing this request form does NOT guarantee placement. You will be contacted by BIC staff at the email provided to confirm visit date(s).

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