Six Flags Introduces New Virtual Animal Education Program
Six Flags is now offering Interactive fun and remote learning for students with free teacher resources. Cyber Safari will help meet the needs of virtual and in-person learning during COVID-19 and beyond.
Cyber Safari will consist of a new series of free web videos that will teach students about adaptations, conservation, evolution, and genetics. Schools will have the option to purchase a tailored virtual program from grades K to 12.
You can choose from a virtual outreach fuzzy, feathered, or slithering animals, a virtual animal meet-and-greet with interactive worksheet and activities.
The 12-free Cyber Safari Videos and and coordination lesson plans are available on the Six Flags YouTube channel. Schools and groups will also have the option of purchasing a tailored plan and will receive discounted admission to Six Flags Wild Safari's onsite educational program featuring 1,200 exotic animals.
For more information on Cyber Safari you can call 732-928-2000 or email SafariPrograms@sixflags.com.
The popular theme park is also looking to fill positions for the upcoming season, which officially kicks off on Saturday, March 27th 2021.
Some of the positions include lifeguards, games, retail, food, rides, security, park services, EMT's, temperature screeners, park services clean team, HR employees services, purchasing and warehouse supervisor, and much more. You can apply now online for the spring and summer 2021 season at Six Flags Great Adventure.
Get ready to experience dozen of thrill rides including the all new Jersey Devil Coaster. Rollercoaster enthusiasts will love that the Jersey Devil is being billed as the longest tallest and fastest coaster in the world, which is one of the reasons why I'll probably pass going for a ride on it.
source: Six Flags Press Release 2.16.21
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