Parents, Bring Bonanza to Your Community
Parents are instrumental in bringing Bonanza programming to their communities. Bonanza must have a local partner to host and support our programming, and each partner does things a little differently, but an enthusiastic parent’s excitement and interest in bringing Bonanza Educational to their community carries a lot of weight in helping us to get the ball rolling. Here is how you can help bring Bonanza to your community.
Bring Classes & Camps to Your Community
Bonanza Educational partners with local schools, recreation programs, and organizations to offer fun, free, and open to the public LEGO play activities at events and businesses.
My Public School
Bonanza generally works with public schools through a district-level community education department, and a list of the participating districts is available on the link below. If your district is already on the list, we may have a program coming to you soon. You can link to the district’s registration form from that page.
If you don’t see your district on the list, simply let us, along with your school’s principal, know that you’d like to have Bonanza Educational in your school and we’ll see what we can do to get classes coming your way.
My Charter/Private School
To provide classes to charter and private schools, we simply need an invitation from your principal and/or Parent/Teacher Organization. Look up their contact information and use this form to connect us with them so we can see about bringing classes your way.
My Community Center
Community centers come in all shapes and sizes. If your center has direct control over their programming, simply send them a link to Bonanza Educational and have them contact us directly.
Larger, often city-sponsored, community centers require a more formal process. Contact us and let us know you’d love to see classes where you are, and we’ll see about bringing them your way.
Share On-Site Field Trips and Bonanza Speakers/Lectures
Have you heard about our On-Site Field Trips or our Speaking and Lecture offerings? Do you feel like these would be awesome opportunities for your school to take part of? Generally, funding for something like this either comes out of a classroom’s field trip budget, parent/teacher organization fundraising, or via a sponsorship. The best way for you, as a parent, to bring this programming to your school is to share it with those at your school who schedule programs like these.
Bonanza Public Play Activities for your Next School Event
Is there a school fair, carnival, or special event coming up that you think a Bonanza Community Play Activity would be awesome to include? Let us know so we can reserve the dates and help you set your budget.