With a common mission of serving California communities, Museum of Ice Cream (MOIC) and Real California Milk said they are partnering to offer free virtual “Sundae School” classes to foster learning with a sprinkle of fun for students throughout the state.

Recognizing the challenges teachers and parents are facing to provide engaging and educational activities at home, Real California Milk and San Francisco-based MOIC developed interactive virtual “Sundae School” classes that feature history, science, physical education and art — all told through the magic of ice cream. Specially trained Sundae School professors from MOIC will lead participants through an hour-long lesson topped by a finale they can eat, the organizations said. California schools and students are eligible to enroll and participate in these virtual classes for free throughout October 31.

Teachers and parents may go to www.museumoficecream.com/realcaliforniamilk for more information and to register students for class. Classes are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Sundae School supplies can be found at retailers throughout the state. For California dairy products, visit the Real California Milk product locator here. Special offers on dairy products also will be available through a printed manufacturer’s coupon, Checkout 51 and Ibotta.

“Museum of Ice Cream was built for the kid in all of us... and in these challenging times with many of our happy places closed, we all desperately need a little scoop of joy,” said Tiffany Trinidad, “Professor Churro,” MOIC’s general manager for Virtual. “We are thrilled to be partnering with Real California Milk to bring free Sundae School to thousands of California kids, parents and teachers!”

John Talbot, CEO of the California Milk Advisory Board, said the collaboration is a natural fit.

“We hope that programs like this will continue to connect kids and families with our Golden State farms and the farm families behind the sustainable, high-quality ingredients in Real California dairy products,” he said.