SEÑOR CASTRO TO TAKE STUDENTS TO SPAIN
By Matthew Lock
From March 28 to April 8, 2012, high school Spanish teacher Señor Javier Castro and Chinese teacher Ms. Celia Shi will take a group of students to Spain for a tour. In previous years, Señor Castro has taken the students to a variety of different Spanish cities. Three years ago they went to Madrid, two years ago they went to Barcelona and Valencia, and last year they walked El Camino de Santiago, a pilgrimage route.
This year, Señor Castro will take twenty students to the cities of San Sebastian and Bilbao and to rural Spain, as well as his hometown of Vitoria-Gasteiz. Recently, Vitoria-Gasteiz was given the title of ¨European Green Capital¨ and students will get to see why it earned that title through visits to museums, exploring the city, and going on a hike in the rural area.
Everyone is welcome to join. Students do not have to be enrolled in a Spanish class. During the trip, students will stay with Spanish families in their homes so they can be more exposure to Spanish-speaking families and true Spanish culture.
The deadline for the sign-up was November 28, but if you are still interested, please see Señor Castro.
Photo: People walk on the streets of San Sebastian, in front of Basilica of Saint Mary of the Chorus.
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