We have all been affected by this pandemic in one way or another, schools and businesses are on the verge of another possible shut down. With all the uncertainty and confusion that our young people are feeling, it's important to give kids some sense of normalcy.

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According to WGRZ, some local institutions are banding together to create a virtual field trip program. The Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Explore, and more. The Buffalo History Museum and the Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Museum will also be a part of the AT&T virtual field trips.

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The virtual field trip program will be available to students in all regions, although the program will be virtual it will be a fun way to keep students entertained while being educational at the same time.

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I have heard of many different virtual learning programs, but to be able to take a virtual field trip will be pretty exciting, I think this is a program that can benefit a lot of people young and old across Western New York. I'm looking forward to what information can be learned and the fun that can be had by everyone from this program.

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