Check out this unique and exciting field trip experience!
Attention all educators! Attend the Chicago Wolves Get Schooled by Skates field trip for an educational experience your students will never forget! All students receive an Interactive Workbook to learn about how hockey relates to everyday classroom subjects such as math, science, language arts, reading, and social studies.
Listed below are our dates for our 2021-22 programs. Please note that these are tentative, and we are allowing schools to be flexible in their reservations to our 2021-22 programs due to COVID-19.
- Thursday, Dec. 16, 2021
- Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022
- Wednesday, April 6, 2022
Call Stefanie Evans at (847) 832-1939 or email email@example.com for more information.
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Testimonials from teachers about the Wolves School-Day Game
“This was a stimulating experience and engaging program for our students. The educational connections were well thought out and provided a reason to incorporate professional sport field trips into the school year.”
– Kelly Techter, fourth-grade teacher at Indian Hill in Round Lake Beach
“On behalf of my teaching partner and myself, we would like to first thank you all for the accommodations you made for us, making it possible for us to attend today’s game. Secondly, you guys have a well-oiled machine there. Everything was so nicely laid out and we were so well-prepared with what the day would bring thanks to your informative letter that came with the tickets. The pickup and distribution of the lunches was painless.”
– Lexie Brown, Queen of Martyrs School
“I just wanted to let you know that our students had a WONDERFUL time at the game yesterday. Everyone at the arena was kind, helpful, and upbeat and we felt very taken care of. NONE of our students had ever attended a hockey game and only two had ever attended a professional sports game of any kind. They were all floored by the fun presentation, great music, interactivity of the workbook, and the generally fun atmosphere. I did not hear ONE complaint from a group of seventh graders, and that is rare.”
– Suzanne Blum Grundyson, Spry Community School
Photos by Ross Dettman/Chicago Wolves