2022 8th Grade Washington DC TripDates: April 6th-8th, 2022Cost: $500 per student: this price includes transportation, lodging, all attractions, ALL meals, and $50 driver gratuity for their services.Trip Highlights
Click on the above like to access the 2020 Washington DC trip intent form. This form should be signed and returned to your child's homeroom teacher by September 10.
- Arlington National Cemetery, Changing of the Guard
- US Capitol Building
- Smithsonian's Natural History Museum
- Smithsonian's American History Museum
- Ford's Theater
- The Library of Congress
- National Museum of African American History
- Holocaust Museum
- The Pentagon and 9/11 Memorial
- George Washington's Mount Vernon Home
- Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials
- Roosevelt and King Memorials
- WWII, Vietnam, Korean War Memorials
Payment DatesYou can pay online, with checks made out to CCGMS, or with cash.September 20, 2021 - $75 Nonrefundable DepositOctober 18, 2021 - $150November 15, 2019 - $150January 24, 2022 - Final $125Scholarship InformationIf you are in need of financial assistance, please complete this scholarship interest form. Upon receiving this form, your student will be given information regarding fundraisers and the scholarship application. If you have questions regarding scholarships, please contactMrs. Julie Cline (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mrs. Jessica Flieger (email@example.com).Please keep in mind that there are limited funds. Scholarships are not guaranteed. We will be in contact with you after you have filled out the above form.The students will be able to participate in multiple fundraising opportunities between September and December. Students will be able to use the money raised while fundraising to help offset the cost of the trip. Information and specific dates will be sent home with students and it is their responsibility to share the information with parents.September - Attractions Coupon BooksOctober - Glow CandlesNovember - PopcornopolisNovember/December - Pampered ChefEligibility Requirements1. A student must not have been placed in Out of School Suspension (OSS).2. A student must have no more than one placement in In School Suspension (ISS).3. A student may not have more than three referrals resulting in time spent in the Responsibility Room (RR), After School Detention (ASD), or lunch detention, as assigned by an administrator (three referrals do not disqualify a student, four referrals do).
The school's administration has the final decision regarding the eligibility of any student.The eligibility requirements will become effective on September 20, 2021 and will run until the day of the trip.