At Gardner International Magnet School’s Math Night, Trinity volunteers, Alina Troian and Mariia Korchemliuk, direct students and parents to a scale model Planet Walk through the halls of the school. The goal of the Planet Walk was to help students to visualize the relative size of the planets (if the sun were the size of a basketball), as well as the relative distance they would be from one another and from the sun.

Trinity volunteer, Anne Cody, helps a student learn some interesting facts about Venus on the Planet Walk.

Trinity staff, Angela Clark-Pohlod, and her daughter, Erin, pass out prizes to students who finished the Planet Walk by collecting information about each of the planets. Students enjoyed receiving space-themed bouncy balls, snap bracelets, and stickers.