Lab Field Trips: Information for Schools
Name: Lab Field Trip: Show, Don’t Tell
Location: The JBFC Media Arts Lab, 405 Manville Road, Pleasantville, NY 10570
Cost: $20/Student or FREE for Under-resourced Schools
Time: 9:30 AM–12:30 PM
Capacity: 30 Students (Max)
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
Arrival: Bus must arrive at the JBFC Media Arts Lab by 9:15 am in order for the workshop to begin at promptly 9:30 am.
Departure: Once the workshop is over, students must remain seated in the screening room until the bus arrives. When the bus is on site, students will be directed to exit the screening room and go straight to the bus.
CAPACITY AND BUSING
Capacity: Please note, the maximum number of students allowed to attend one workshop is 30.
Three or four teachers/chaperones MUST accompany the students for each workshop.
Busing: Schools are responsible for booking their own transportation. The JBFC will cover the cost of one bus per visit for two visits per academic year for under-resourced schools. Our organization recognizes a school as under-resourced if a minimum of 35% of students qualify for free or reduced lunch. Funding for subsidized buses is limited and on a first come, first served basis.
The cost of this workshop is $20/student or FREE for under-resourced schools. The JBFC recognizes a school as under-resourced if a minimum of 35% of students qualify for free or reduced lunch. Payment by credit card or check is due one week before workshop date. No refunds will be issued once payment has been received.
If a school cancels after payment has been received, we will reschedule for the next available date. If a workshop is cancelled by the JBFC, we will reschedule for the next available date.
COVID-19 Safety Protocols
- MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL VISITORS AND JBFC STAFF AND MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES.
- All JBFC Staff are fully vaccinated.
- Our facility is equipped with Bi-Polar Ionization air filtration.
- Concessions will not be available. Students will not be permitted to eat in the Theater.
- If a student is not feeling well or showing any of the following symptoms, do not have them attend the event.
On the morning of their visit to the JBFC, teachers will be required to complete and submit a Health and Safety Screening Form confirming that no students showing COVID-19 symptoms will attend the event as determined by their schools safety protocols. If a student arrives at the event sick, a teacher or school chaperone must tend to the student on the bus or otherwise offsite of the JBFC campus and provide the necessary measures to care for the student.