2022/2023 Schedule

Students showing off free books on a field trip to The Book Exchange

We have 28 scheduled literacy field trips from our eleven *Title I Partner Schools in Marin County this school year (~one per week). These class field trips are free to the students (our donors enable us to pay for the buses). Over 1,600 students are expected to visit us by the end of the school year and will have taken home at least 16,000 books.  Their teachers also take books for their classroom libraries.

Field Trip Schedule

  • Wednesday, October 12: Venetia Valley 6th, 7th, 8th Grade
  • Wednesday, October 19: Venetia Valley 6th, 7th, 8th Grade
  • Wednesday, October 26: Hamilton School 7th, 8th Grades
  • Wednesday, November 2: Bahia Vista, 5th Grade
  • Wednesday, November 9: Martin Luther King, Jr., 6th, 7th, 8th Grades
  • Wednesday, November 16: Hamilton School, 6th Grade
  • Wednesday, November 30: Bahia Vista, 4th, 5th Grades
  • Wednesday, December 7: Loma Verde Elementary, 4th Grade
  • Wednesday, December 14: Hamilton, 4th Grade
  • Wednesday, January 11: Laurel Dell, 3rd, 4th Grades
  • Wednesday, January 18, San Pedro Elementary
  • Wednesday, January 25: Bahia Vista, 3rd Grade
  • Wednesday, February 1: 3rd, 4th Grades
  • Wednesday, February 8: Martin Luther King, Jr., 4th Grade
  • Wednesday, February 15: Martin Luther King, Jr., 3rd Grade
  • Wednesday, March 1: Venetia Valley, 3rd, 4th Grades
  • Wednesday, March 8: Laurel Dell, 2nd Grade
  • Wednesday, March 22: Lynwood, 2nd Grade
  • Wednesday, March 29: Martin Luther King, Jr., 2nd Grade
  • Wednesday, April 5: Hamilton, 2nd Grade
  • Wednesday, April 19: Hamilton, 1st Grade
  • Wednesday, April 26: Loma Verde Elementary, 2nd Grade
  • Wednesday, May 3: Laurel Dell, 1st Grade
  • Wednesday, May 10: San Pedro, 1st, 2nd Grade
  • Thursday, May 11, Venetia Valley, 2nd Grade
  • Wednesday, May 17: San Pedro, 2nd Grade
  • Wednesday, May 24: San Pedro, 4th Grade
  • Wednesday, May 31: San Pedro, 5th Grade

*Title I is a K-12 program that provides additional academic support and learning opportunities for students at schools with high percentages of socioeconomically disadvantaged children.

Scroll to Top