Time & Location
May 18, 2022, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
World of Energy, 7812 Rochester Hwy, Seneca, SC 29672, USA
About the event
Elementary school students will love our basic electricity presentation, which explains what electricity is, how it is made and how it is transmitted from our power plants to our communities. The presentation also focuses on nuclear energy made at Oconee Nuclear Station. This program is generally recommended for students in elementary grades.
•••When you register, please only register kids 7 & up, so we automatically know when we've hit max capacity for the presentation.•••
Please add the number of adults, & younger siblings, only under the registration question that asks for that headcount.
The children under 7 are still welcome to come, however will not be allowed in the presentation. They stated there are educational push button machines about energy in the lobby, and there will be a fun walk though of the Story of energy with a scavenger hunt.
They also stated there is a nature trail that begins just a short walk from the World of Energy's front doors. It is filled with local wildlife and offers opportunities to learn, as well as play. They informed me that we could also bring sidewalk chalk for the kids to play with outside during the presentation. So I will bring a big bucket of chalk and bubbles for our little ones to play with.
After the presentation and tour is over they stated we could use the picnic shelter for lunch. So feel free to bring lunches for a picnic after.
We do need at least 25 age appropriate children to keep the presentation booked. (7 year olds and older) The trip is free and should be fun for everyone!
They also have fun learning resources on their website
This trip is being coordinated by Crystal Leuallen.
Please remember that it is important to our relationship with vendors, that we turn in headcounts that are pretty accurate, so please let us know asap if you need to cancel.