Rolling Thunder Begins New Educational STEM Trips

. October 1, 2016.

A fun new field trip is now available to students in Hancock County and the surrounding areas: STEM at Rolling Thunder Skating and Family Fun Center.

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. It began as an initiative started by President George W. Bush as a way to meet shortfalls in our educational system. Since then, STEM programs have been popping up all over the country to teach students the fundamentals about how their world works and how they can apply Science and Math principles to everyday life.


The STEM field trips at Rolling Thunder are 3 hours long, from 10am-1pm. Students will begin with a half hour of skating, followed by one hour of classroom instruction with a STEM educator. After that, they will have lunch, then have another hour to skate. It combines learning with physical activity and fun – a win for all. The trip is geared toward students in grades K-12, and cost is $8 per student.

Call Rolling Thunder at 419-422-7227 to reserve your field trip
2225 Keith Parkway |