SeaWorld San Antonio announced in late January that it will offer Fun Cards to preschool children and qualifying K-12 Texas teachers. The announcement marks the fifth consecutive year that SeaWorld San Antonio has provided free admission to all active, employed and certified school instructors in grades K-12 in the state of Texas. However, this is the first year that admission includes Aquatica, SeaWorld’s water park.
More than 300,000 Texas teachers qualify for the program, SeaWorld stated in a press release. Teachers can register for the two-day Fun Card at www.SeaWorldParks.com/TeacherPass through May 31.
“This gift is intended to inspire teachers,” said Dan Decker, SeaWorld & Aquatica Park President, “whether it’s visiting Penguin Encounter to prepare for a classroom session on environmental issues in the southern hemisphere or inspiring students to care for marine life at a beluga whale educational show.”
The Preschool Pass is made available to an estimated two million children living in Texas and allows unlimited admission to both SeaWorld and Aquatica San Antonio through September 7. Parents can register their little ones, ages 3 to 5 years old, for a Preschool Pass at www.SeaWorldParks.com/Preschool through May 31.
“Our free Preschool Pass enables young children to see and get close to fascinating marine mammals,” Decker said. “It’s not only creating a lasting memory, but also jumpstarting their path to learning more about marine life.”