Some metro-area students are getting a lesson with some extra mileage.
Kids who attend Union Schools' Grove and Roy Clark elementary campuses will participate in a Transportation Fair on Wednesday morning.
The students have been attending a summer learning program called 'All Aboard' and learning about various aspects of transportation.
They'll get an up-close and personal look at a variety of transportation vehicles from the Tulsa Community.
An EMSA ambulance, a Tulsa Life Flight helicopter, and a Tulsa Fire Truck will park in a lot across from campus.
Then, the students will walk down the street to the Union 6th & 7th Grade Center. They will see an Army National Guard Humvee, a US Postal vehicle, a construction vehicle, a bus, a wrecker, an electric cart, and police cars.
All of the vehicles are provided by community agencies, partners and friends of education.
"The Transportation Fair will reflect vehicles that are both familiar and unfamiliar to students, and provide a rich learning opportunity long after the vehicles are gone as students reflect the experience in reading, writing, and language development," a Union Schools official said.