Find out what teachers, students and parents are saying about Weis Mystery Tours™.
My class and myself thoroughly enjoyed this field trip. I loved the whole process. The little detective idea was excellent. It was an easy way to help my class learn about good food choices and taking care of their bodies!! Thank you!!!
Heather, 3rd grade teacher, Endwell, NY
My Girl Scout Troop really enjoyed the program. They were excited and were talking about it on the ride home. They learned a lot and will start looking at labels and thinking about what they are eating. They were talking about the lunch menu for school and if it had the right food groups and nutrients. Weis in Hazleton did an excellent job with the program and I am recommending it to our grade school PTA.
Paula, Girl Scout Troop Leader, Mountain Top, PA
The tour leaders were wonderful! They spoke with energy, knew the material they were to present, and made the tour understandable and fun for the students. They kept the children involved, even drawing in the more shy ones, so that everyone had opportunities to participate. The lessons about nutrition were practical for children, using grocery items that they enjoy eating. The pre-tour activities helped to prepare the students for what the tour would be about. Great time for kids and chaperones!
Donna, Homeschool Teacher & Mom, Macungie, PA
“As Director of Food Services for Dallastown, I was extremely impressed with all components of the program. The concept fits into our overall Wellness promotions we are encouraging throughout the district. I was very happy to see the beverage station with the demo of sugar content of a soda! A picture is worth a thousand words! Great job!”
– Sue, Wellness Director, Dallastown Elementary
“Excellent idea-interactive for all-kids loved the props.”
– Nicole, 3rd Grade Teacher, Dallastown Elementary
“I was very impressed. Website is easier to use. Thanks for making the pre-tour materials no teacher preparation other than printing them out. Stations and objectives were perfect for third grade.”
– Jill, 3rd Grade Teacher, Leader Heights Elementary