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Nominate a Student with Special Needs to Win a Trip to Morgan’s Wonderland

By March 19, 2012February 15th, 2018No Comments

Nominations are open for a contest that will send a student with special needs and his or her family on an all-expense-paid trip to Morgan’s Wonderland, the world’s first ultra-accessible family fun park. The nationwide contest sponsored by PCI Education and Dell asks educators to nominate one of their most inspiring students to win the trip of a lifetime. Hosted by the WeAreTeachers online community, the simple nomination process makes it easy for educators to spotlight their inspirational students.

Never heard of Morgan’s Wonderland? It’s an amazing place.
Located in San Antonio, Morgan’s Wonderland is a 25-acre park designed specifically for children and adults with special needs, their families, caregivers and friends. The park is completely wheelchair-accessible and features more than 25 elements and attractions, including rides, playgrounds, gardens and an eight-acre fishing lake. Morgan’s Wonderland is a unique oasis that allows people of all abilities to play, learn and share life-changing experiences together in a fun and safe environment.

Contest Prize Details
The grand prize includes a three-day, two-night trip (valued at $5,000) for four people to visit Morgan’s Wonderland in San Antonio. In addition, the teacher who nominates the grand-prize winner will receive a $2,500 gift card to spend on products from PCI Education, the premier provider of resources for students with specialized instructional needs. Teachers who nominate the second through sixth place students will earn a $500 gift card to spend on PCI Education products. Meet some of the previous winners, including eight-year-old Casey Rohrer of Hermosa Beach, Calif, who deals daily with cerebral palsy.

Eight-year-old Casey Rohrer of Hermosa Beach, Calif, one of last year’s contest winners.