School Shows

Planetarium - School Shows
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The planetarium offers a variety of programs for all grades. Some are traditional sky shows, some are interactive, where students use keypads built into the arms of the chairs to respond to questions. Participatory shows engage students in activities related to the concepts presented.

Programs are scheduled on a first come, first served registration process. School groups viewing the same program may be combined when space allows and grade levels are similar. While we will do what we can to adjust schedules, late arrivals may forfeit their booked program(s).

Tickets are $3/per student or a $45 minimum fee, which ever is greater. Teachers and adult chaperones are admitted free.


Looking for field trip grants? Try these national programs:

The Toyota TAPESTRY Grants for Science Teachers program is for K-12 science teachers with innovative project ideas that enhance science education in their school and/or school district.

The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) offers classroom grants to its Educator Associates. Membership is free.
Visit for details on applying for the AIAA Foundation Classroom Grant.

Home school students and their parent(s) may join certain school groups already booked. Call 373-7965 or email for details.



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