School Information

Educational School Trips

Admission: 3 dollars per child
3 dollars per chaperon
Teacher = FREE  

(Thank you, teachers, for all you do for the children in our community)

We want to help you bring lessons from the classroom to life.

Our maze and corresponding resources will cover the following Common Core State Standards:

1. Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly.
2. Read the text to make logical inferences from it.
3. Cite specific textual evidence to support conclusions.
4. Analyze how 2 or more texts address similar themes.
5. Identify the meaning of words through context clues.

The Sharpsville Mystery Maze is similar to the game of Clue -- but with a twist!  Before arriving at the Corn Maze on your scheduled day, you will need to have your class read the story we send to you.  Worksheets that we will also provide will help your students identify which character committed the crime based on clues in the story.  The story will not reveal where the crime happened or what weapon the character used.  

Once you arrive at the Corn Maze, we will finish the story for you.  The students will become active participants in the mystery and enter the corn maze in groups (there must be an adult chaperon for each group).  While wandering around the maze, students will have to keep their eyes out for scrambled letters and hidden weapons (just a picture of them).  Using the found clues, they should be able to emerge from the maze with the answers to what weapon the character used and where the crime happened.  

As the groups exit the maze with the answers, there will be activities for them to participate in while waiting for the other groups to finish.  These activities include eating popcorn, playing a game of corn hole toss and ladder golf, and writing an ending to the mystery story.     

Once all the groups emerge, we will award free ice cream certificates to the students who solved the mystery correctly and then you can pack up to return to your school (awards provided by A&W in Kokomo).

Plan on the entire trip lasting approximately 1 1/2 to 2 hours.  

Upon returning to the classroom, we will provide you with follow up activities to do with your students to help wrap up the experience.

This trip and the resources we provide are geared towards 4th - 8th grade students.

To schedule your school event please call: 


If no one is there to answer your call – leave a message on the answering machine with the following information:

1.    Your name

2.    Your school

3. The grade you teach

4.    How many are in your group

5.    What day in October you would like to come

6.    Your contact phone number

Upon receiving your message, someone will be in contact with you to confirm your reservation, discuss the field trip details, and

send the resources to you.

We look forward to working with you in order to make your school event a

wonderful experience!  

Please don’t hesitate to call with any questions

you have.