Presentation on theme: "Washington, D.C.: The Capital Tour Pollard Middle School."— Presentation transcript:
Washington, D.C.: The Capital Tour Pollard Middle School
Why travel? Meet EF Explore America Our itinerary Overview What’s included on our tour Protection plan How to enroll on our tour
Tour consultants work with teachers to plan your tour For travelers and parents, you’ll have a dedicated Traveler Support Specialist to help with your account and handle any questions Your group’s Tour Director is an expert local guide, helps handle tour logistics and is with the group 24 hours a day Meet the EF Explore America team
Full-time Tour Director – With our group 24 hours a day, from arrival to departure – Trained to handle on-tour emergencies Professional overnight security – Additional security dedicated exclusively to our group Local offices – Our tour group will have the support of a network of local offices across America Keeping students safe 24/7 Emergency Service – Additional emergency support is always just a phone call away Travel ID badges & backpacks – EF Explore America ID badge provides helpful emergency contact information – EF Explore America backpacks are easily identifiable
Tour Itinerary / Day 1 Arrive in Washington, D.C. Visit the Smithsonian Museums: –National Air and Space Museum –National Museum of Natural History –National Museum of American History Dinner at Union Station Take a night tour of Washington: –Lincoln Memorial –WWII Memorial –Korean War Veterans Memorial –Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Tour Itinerary / Day 2 Breakfast at your hotel Take a guided tour of D.C. –Photo stop at the Washington Monument –FDR Memorial –Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial –Jefferson Memorial Visit Arlington National Cemetery Photo stop the Marine Corps War Memorial Lunch included The Pentagon Memorial Visit Mount Vernon –Mansion and grounds –Museum and education center –George Washington’s tomb Dinner in Alexandria, VA
Tour Itinerary / Day 3 Breakfast at your hotel Visit Capitol Hill –U.S. Capitol and Visitor Center (subject to availability) –U.S. Supreme Court –Library of Congress Lunch included National Archives United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Dinner in Washington, D.C. Shear Madness Theater Performance
Tour Itinerary / Day 4 Breakfast at your hotel Drive along Embassy Row and the Vice President’s Residence Newseum Lunch included Depart for home!
Round-trip motorcoach transportation Safe, quality hotel rooms Breakfast, lunch & dinner (as itinerary specifies) Full-time Tour Director Sightseeing tours led by licensed guides On-tour transportation Professional overnight security What does the Program Fee include? Tour backpack, luggage tag & ID badge Illness and Accident Coverage 24-hour emergency assistance $1 million consumer protection plan All gratuities (Program fee does not include: personal spending money)
Included in your trip Cancel at any time, for any reason Receive a full refund (minus any Non-Refundable Fees) See booking conditions for complete details on this highly recommended protection plan Anytime Protection Plan
Our tour Departure date: Saturday, April 16 th Return date: Tuesday, April 19 th Bus will depart from and return to the school. TOUR DETAILS Student Program Fee: $834 based on 80-89 paying participants $814 based on 90-99 paying participants HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
$30,000 awarded annually Individual awards typically range from $100-$600 Students selected based on response to essay question and financial aid application Application Deadline: October 12, 2015 Explorer Scholarship
How do you enroll? 1. Complete the enrollment form and turn it into THE 7 TH GRADE OFFICEwith a $100 deposit in the form of a check by FRIDAY JUNE 19 TH 2. Checks should be made payable to: Pollard Middle School or Needham Public Schools