• The Spring Discounted Price has been extended through April 7!   Hurry--the trip is filling quickly!    

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    Our East Coast Trip for 8th graders in the 2017 - 18 school year will be April 1 - 6, 2018.  Students will travel to Washington DC, Philadelphia, and New York City. 

     In order to register for the trip, students must fill out an application and bring it to Mrs. Noblett in Room 415P directly for prior approval.  Registering before prior approval may result in removal from the trip. 

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    In order to register for the trip, parents must fill out an application and turn it in to the office.  A waiting list will be established from parents who turn in applications.  The trip will be filled with students first, and then parents and other adults who wish to attend will be added on a first come, first served basis after students have been given the opportunity to attend.  Approval may not be given for any adults to register before June of 2017.   

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    Please e-mail Jodie_Noblett@Chino.k12.ca.us for more information. 

  • Getting Ready to leave Townsend for the East Coast....

  • Washington D.C. 2016

  • Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland

  • Exploring Philadelphia

  • The Big Apple

Townsend Eighth Graders had a BLAST on the 2016 Spring Break trip to the East Coast!

 

Students witnessed the Changing of the Guard at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington DC along with an Honor Flight.

 
Students visited the estate of our first President George Washington in Mt. Vernon, Virginia. 

Students sang the national anthem in the place it was inspired during the War of 1812 in Fort McHenry, Maryland. 

 
 
Students learn about Old Glory at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland. 
 
 
Students learned how to be a great soldier in the Continental Army from General George Washington.  
 
 
Students took a Duck Tour in Philly and had way too much fun!  

Students visited the 9 / 11 Memorial in New York City
and spent time remembering those who lost their lives. 
 

Ask students to say "We the People" on the steps of Ellis Island in NYC, and this is what you get....
 

Ending the trip with lots of silly stuff....

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