From the Academy of Sciences:
Elementary students from Sunset and Richmond district schools, including Francis Scott Key Elementary, Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary, and Claire Lilienthal Elementary and their family members were among the 8,000 visitors treated to a free family night at the California Academy of Sciences, thanks to the museum’s Rock Fund Program which underwrites access for all San Francisco’s school kids through field trips and other activities. The family nights, held in late February and early March, enabled students and parents alike to explore all the museum has to offer, including its four-story rainforest, iconic aquarium, living roof and Claude the albino alligator. Each family was able to take home a free portrait as a memento of their visit.
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