2020 Field Day Dates TBD
The Right Path is thrilled to continue our partnership with the Walter Farley Foundation to support literacy in low income (Title I) schools through our Horse Tales Literacy Project. Together, we provide field days and two books for 1st-grade students.
In many cases, this is our students’ first opportunity to obtain their very own book. We provide each student with 2 brand new books through this program!
Early in the spring semester, we take horses to the schools to hand out the first book. The shocked faces of students seeing a horse INSIDE their classroom are priceless!
While learning to read their first book and completing the corresponding curriculum, the students look forward to our Field Day events in April when over 300 students come out to the ranch for a day of learning and fun-filled activities!
Browsing 15 stations from painting and grooming horses, to stick horse and barrel racing, to learning about horse behavior and measurements, the field days are an educational and memorable experience for the students.
The BIG event is when they get to read their book to a horse and receive their second book! It is incredible to witness shy students suddenly feel the freedom to read aloud to their horse.
Partner with us!
If you would like to be a part of promoting literacy in your community, you can join us by volunteering or sponsoring the events and supplies. Book sponsorship is open at just $10 per child for BOTH books! Contact us today or click the buttons below for more information.
“All I can say is thank you. My class had a wonderful day. Your volunteers and staff were amazing. Again, thank you. It was a successful day!” – teacher, Sunnyside Elementary
“This is by far the best field trip I have ever done! It gave the children so many opportunities they never would have had otherwise. Thank you!” – teacher 20+ years, Bradley Elementary
“Our students thoroughly enjoyed the program! We kept the book at the front of the class and went over the curriculum with it. The children looked forward to it everyday!” – teacher, Harmony Elementary
We are thrilled to be a part of improving literacy for underprivileged children…a skill that will improve their chances for successful adult life! We also promote literacy throughout the year with special events and camps, such as Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped special summer reading program with horses for fun and motivation, hospital visits, day camps at the ranch, and more!
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-352-4110 for more information on how you can help improve literacy too!