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where to find on-line training for a zoo trip?

I need to find , Volunteer online training to go on a zoo trip. So that I can chaperone, I don,t no where i need to go so i can find this training test. This is for me and I have A 1st grader at mulino that has this school trip. So if someone could show me how to get to the background cheak and on -line volunteer on -line training that would be so nice.

Thank you,
Tracylarsen@molalla.net
In Topics: School and Academics, Volunteering and citizenship
> 60 days ago

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aqblickley
aqblickley writes:
Hi there,

I suggest you contact your child's school directly, and request information about the online volunteer training. The teacher(s) in charge of the field trip should have information for the parent chaperones.

Good luck!
To track down the school's contact information, so that you can speak with a teacher directly, you can use our Find a School tool. I've included the link below.
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john18967 writes:
Beginning readers who love wild animals will fall in love with A Trip to the Zoo by Karen Wallace.

Two brothers are taken by Mom to the zoo to see up close all the animals they had seen in books and movies. They get to see and even touch some of the animals, and their wish to take one home with them is somewhat satisfied by "sponsoring" an animal at the zoo.

At home, they thank Mom by painting pictures of all that they saw, so that they could all have their very own zoo! A "Picture word list" provides a valuable review.

Recommended!
I love all the level 1 books as they are so easy for all the children to listen, they are a fast reading book and keeps the interest of the children to the end.

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