Friday, October 28, 2016

Washington DC Invitation

If interested in this amazing opportunity, contact Carrie at

Subject: Washington DC invitation
Date: October 27, 2016 at 7:19:22 AM PDT

Dear Homeschool Families:

We are excited to share the opportunity for educational travel with your Junior High and High School students as we organize a six (6) day U.S. History trip with EF Explore America from May 15- 20, 2017.

We are hosting an informational meeting on Wednesday, November 9th at 7:00 pm at the Love of Learning Center (4357 Pacific Street, Rocklin) to provide more details about this opportunity and answer any questions you may have.  Warm cider and cookies will be served!

Please spread the word and invite other homeschool friends and families. This trip is open to any and all homeschoolers who wish to attend. 

We hope you and your child are excited to learn more about this incredible opportunity!

Carrie Carlson
Brenda Johnston
Marisa Chaffey

Frequently Asked Questions:

Do I need to travel with my child?
NO!  In fact, we strongly encourage junior high and high school students to travel independently.  Educational travel is one of the most effective ways to help boost a child’s confidence and prepare them for adulthood.  With highly trained chaperones, a full time tour guide, and full time security provided by the company, parents can be confident your student will be adequately supervised and safe.

Can I travel as a chaperone?
At this time there are no openings for designated chaperone positions.  However, you may accompany your child as a paying adult.  Details about cost will be shared at the meeting.

Where are you going?
We have a scheduled a customized private tour to include stops in Colonial Williamsburg, Washington DC, and Gettysburg. 

How much does it cost?
All of the details including price will be shared at the meeting on November 9th.  There are three options for payment including monthly or bi-weekly payment plans.

Can I use my charter school funds?
We are currently working with all local charter schools to see if they are willing to cover a portion of this trip.  

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