Curtis is proud to introduce this year's Educational Travel Program Fellows:
Vicki Lockhart, 3rd Grade Teacher, visited historic cities in Ecuador, studied the theory of evolution at the Darwin Research Center, and observed animals in the Galápagos Islands.
Jessica Pezdek, Spanish Teacher and World Languages Curriculum Coordinator, will hike the Camino Santiago, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in Spain, and explore national and regional identities with fellow pilgrims. Her journey will commence in 2019.
Linda Schaffer, 4th and 5th Grade Science Teacher and Lego Robotics Faculty Mentor, traveled to Alaska to learn about changes in oceans and marine organisms in the Kenai Peninsula and to studied firsthand the Alpine Taiga biome in Denali National Park.
Amy Wiggins, Library and Media Specialist and Debate Coordinator, journeyed to the homelands of the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen, Germany and Denmark respectively, exploring the origins of popular fairy tales.