The SGV SEPA Collaborative is a five-year, $1.3 million grant funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Currently all second, fifth and eighth grade students in the DUSD participate in the program during the academic year.
All second, fifth and eighth grade students participate in hands-on activities/experiments.
Yes, students and adults are allowed to take pictures during the field trips to City of Hope.
Yes, the SGV SEPA Collaborative puts together a Community Science Festival that has science outreach activities for all age groups. We also offer monthly Saturday Science Days for children ages 8-13. For more information check out the Community Programs Page.
Unfortunately, the SGV SEPA Collaborative cannot accommodate field trips from other schools and school districts.