LAKELAND, FL – SUN ‘n FUN and the Aerospace Center for Excellence (ACE) are hosting the campus’ fourth annual Classroom to the Sky, a unique aeronautic learning experience for teachers on October 1, 2016 from 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m.. Over 40 teachers from five surrounding counties have signed up to be a part of this educational experience.
Classroom to the Sky provides aerospace STEM lessons (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) that the teachers can take back to their classrooms for their students. Instruction is provided by ACE/SUN ‘n FUN Educational Director, Richele Floyd.
“Classroom to the Sky is a unique opportunity for teachers to utilize the museum as an extension to the classroom,” said Aerospace Center for Excellence Executive Director Robb Williams. “We are proud to offer in service points as a benefit for teachers for the first time this year.”
While on hand for the weekend, teachers can also experience and participate in actual flights provided by SUN ‘n FUN volunteers.
For more information on Classroom to the Sky, please contact Richele Floyd at 863-644-2431 or email her at RFloyd@flysnf.org
About SUN ‘n FUN: The SUN ‘n FUN mission is to preserve and enhance the future of flight through world-class events, inspiring and educating people of all ages. The SUN ‘n FUN Convention Campus offers an experience for all ages year-round. Proceeds from any event at SUN ‘n FUN, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, are returned to education programs and activities and help support the Central Florida Aerospace Academy and Aerospace Center for Excellence. For more information on SUN ‘n FUN visit www.flysnf.org.