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					Washington, D.C Student
         Trip
     March 31-April 3
        Presented by:
          Evan Flury
         Kim Flowers
        Molly Zimmer
  PLEASE HOLD YOUR
QUESTIONS UNTIL THE END
  OF PRESENTATION!!!
                Dates:
The tour will depart via Charter bus on
Thursday, March 31
Students will miss 1 day of school-
Thursday, March 31 (Will be counted
present at school)
Friday, April 1 is a teacher workday

Students will return the evening of
Sunday, April 3
          Tour Includes:
Roundtrip Transportation
Meals (beginning lunch of departure day
and dinner on Day 4)
Hotel Security
Excellent Hotel
Lectured Sightseeing
All Admissions
           Possible Itinerary
Capital Hill
Smithsonian Institution
National Archives
WW II Memorial
Korean War Veteran’s
Memorial
Holocaust Museum
Arlington National
Cemetary
“Ghost Tour” in
Alexandria
White House
           Chaperones
1 Teacher per 10 students
Parent Chaperones are welcomed
The Adult price is same as “student price”
NOTE alternative housing arrangements if
desired by chaperone.
                  Price
Price per student: $595 (Price based on AT
LEAST 40 students participating)
Deposit Due: Thursday, October 21 Payment
Dates: $150
– 2nd Payment: $150 on Tues., Nov 23($150 w/o
  RGP and $205.00 with RGP)
– 3rd Payment: $150 on Friday, Jan 7
– 4th Payment: Remaining balance on Mon., Jan 31
RGP and Cancellation Policy
Refund Guarantee Protection (RGP): Should a
tour participant for any reason be unable to
attend prior to trip, RGP guarantees you a full
refund of all monies paid. This is an additional
fee of $55 due with deposit.

Please read Cancellation Policy Carefully
            Fundraising
We need 2-3 parents interested in
volunteering for fundraising opportunities.
This is a great way to ease the cost of the
tour.
Ex.: Cookie Dough
Discipline (Before and While on the
                Trip)
 If students have discipline referrals prior to the
 trip, it is at the teacher’s discretion to allow them
 to still take part on the trip. Any major discipline
 referrals that result in ISS will automatically
 eliminate the student from the trip.
 While on the trip, students are expected to
 behave and follows the same rules as when in
 school.
 Any major infractions while on the trip will lead to
 the student returning home at their own expense.
                      FYI
The tour is truly “all-inclusive” except for
spending money.

Dress code: Iredell-Statesville Dress code. No
uniforms! 
Please NO sandals. We will be walking A LOT!
Bring comfortable shoes!

Students may want to ask Mom, Dad, or
Grandparents for a trip to DC for Holiday Gifts or
upcoming birthdays.
              FYI cont.
Electronic devices permitted BUT students
are responsible for any damaged or stolen
electronics.

Luggage- We will provide a “packing list”
at a later date. One piece of luggage and
one carry on allowed.
Looking forward to planning and
 experiencing such a wonderful
   experience with students!

				
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