ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS—For Your Whole School!
All assemblies feature animal presentations, a Zoo Educator, and Dr. Zoolittle, the Zoo’s zany, good-natured wildlife researcher. After the program, each student will receive a coupon providing free admission to the Zoo (when accompanied by a paid adult).
- Length: 50 to 55 minutes
- Maximum audience per assembly: 350
- Fee: $375 for first assembly and $200 for each additional assembly (same day, same school, same room location). A mileage fee may apply.
- Nature's Tricks with Dr. Zoolittle
- Icky, Yucky, Gross Bugs with Dr. Zoolittle
San Diego County Title 1 schools are invited to participate in this 3-part program focused on water conservation. Schools receive an engaging, all-school (K-5) watershed assembly, an interactive fourth grade classroom program, and a field trip to the Zoo for fourth grade students. Students conduct fun, hands-on experiential learning activities about global watersheds and learn the role they play in the health of their own local watersheds. Visit bookeo.com/sdzed-watershed or call 619-231-1515, ext. 4417 for details. Download the curriculum at kids.sandiegozoo.org/curriculum.
Underserved schools in San Diego County can reserve Forecast-Climate Science programs for grades K-12. Call 619-231-1515, ext. 4417 for details and reservations.
Title 1 schools in the South Bay districts can reserve Wildlife Rangers for fifth graders. Call 619-231-1515, ext. 4417 for details and reservations. Download curriculum at kids.sandiegozoo.org/curriculum.