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Pizza Hut Lunch Box Weather!

It's pizza and live TV... it's a fun adventure at the Children's Center for Science and Technology... it's Pizza Hut Lunch Box Weather!

Elementary school teachers, please fill out the form at the bottom of this page to sign-up for Pizza Hut Lunch Box Weather.  Please register as soon as possible.  Dates fill up quickly and will be filled on a first come first served basis.  Your participation will be confirmed by telephone.

Teachers, students and chaperones (the Children's Center for Science and Technology requests one chaperone per every five children) need to arrive at the Children's Center for Science and Technology by 11:15 a.m. on the designated date.  Students and teachers will take part in 21 News Mid-Day. 

Students will also be able to explore the Children's Center for Science and Technology and will be treated to lunch courtesy of Pizza Hut! 

The maximum number of children we can accomodate at any one time is 30.  The earliest you should expect to depart the Children's Center for Science and Technology is 12:30 p.m.   21 WFMJ and Pizza Hut will provide the plates, napkins, Pizza Hut pizza, refreshment, an additional treat (typically pretzels) and of course, the fun!

The Children's Center for Science and Technology is located in downtown Youngstown.  Click here for additional details.

If you have any questions, please contact Jack Stevenson at 330-744-8611 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Available Dates for 2013-2014

12/4/13

12/18/13

1/8/14

1/22/14

2/5/14

2/19/14

3/5/14

3/19/14

4/2/14

4/16/14

4/30/14

5/14/14

 

  • Pizza Hut Lunch Box Weather

    Teachers, please fill out this form to participate in Pizza Hut Lunch Box Weather.  You can select multiple dates.  We will confirm the first available date with you by telephone.  Learn more about your locally owned and operated Pizza Hut restaurants and their rewards program at www.innercrust.com

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    We're sorry, but only one entry is allowed per person.
    Thank you for your continued interest.

    Thank you for registering.  Learn more about your locally owned and operated Pizza Hut restaurants and their rewards program at www.innercrust.com

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