On Friday, December 21, Ruby Drive Elementary 6th graders visited the California Science Center in Los Angeles. Students enjoyed learning about science through hands-on activities and exhibitions including human inventions and innovations, and the life processes of living things. According to their teachers, students especially enjoyed the air and space exhibits featuring the Space Shuttle Endeavour, and the Ecosystems exhibits of kelp forests.
The California Science Center is open to the public seven days a week with free general admission to its permanent exhibit galleries. The facility, which first opened in February 1998, spans more than 400,000 sq. feet and includes four major exhibit areas.