WIN Waste Innovations provides transportation for eighth-grade field trip to Boston
(Editor’s Note: WIN Waste Innovations issued the following press release this week.)
Saugus Middle School eighth-graders will be staying local for their annual field trip this year, with an action-packed schedule of events in Boston keeping them busy for three days in June. One of the biggest expenses associated with the field trip is transportation, and the school is getting a big assist from WIN Waste Innovations in the form of an $8,500 donation that will cover the cost of bus transportation for the three days.
“We greatly appreciate WIN Waste’s generosity,” said Saugus Middle-High School associate principal Myra Monto.
“Our goal was to raise enough to take care of all the transportation, which lowers the cost of the trip for each student.”
Among the attractions the eighth-graders will tour are: Freedom Trail, Old Ironsides, Bunker Hill Monument, Fenway Park, New England Aquarium, Museum of Science and Boston Duck Tours.
“We are pleased to help these students experience all that Boston has to offer,” said Mary Urban, WIN Waste Innovations Director of Communications, Community Engagement & Marketing. “We value our partnership with Saugus schools as part of our commitment to being a good neighbor.”