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Attention Current 7th Grade Families - Washington D.C. Rescheduled

Attention 7th Grade Families:

After discussions with David Johns, our trip provider representative from Student Adventures, we are pleased to announce the rescheduling of our planned trip to DC to March 17-20, 2021. While we wish we could have traveled on the originally scheduled dates in October, we are pleased that we are able to provide the chance for more students to register and enjoy this incredible experience.  We are sure that you will have many questions, and Student Adventures will be sending out a note on Monday, May 22, to those who have already registered for the trip. The letter from Student Adventures will address many of your questions and describe two options.

The two options include:

1. Remaining registered for the trip (with the ability to add Cancel Super Protection Insurance if you desire) with payment installment dates.

2. Canceling with a full refund if you have decided not to be a part of the trip

A decision between these two options will need to be made by September 11, 2020. More details will be provided in the email on Monday from Student Adventures. If you have not registered for the trip, there will be additional information coming out next week on how to complete the registration process.

Thank you!


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