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DESCRIPTIONInterim 2013. 4 Years of Opportunities. Class Trip to Chicago Career Explorations Community Service Trips. Trips 2013. Money and paperwork should be turned in to Mrs. Santos. Priority will be given to Seniors through September 14, 2012. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
24 Years of OpportunitiesClass Trip to ChicagoCareer ExplorationsCommunity Service Trips
4Money and paperwork should be turned in to Mrs. Santos. Priority will be given to Seniors through September 14, 2012.Spots will not be held if the paperwork is incomplete.
ChicagoFine Arts Trip for all Freshmen studentsIt is hard to choose just one, but I think the Chicago trip was definitely a highlight of my time at Randolph because it served as a unifying trip for the whole class. In all honesty, as a freshmen you are only thinking about having fun on a trip like that, and the Chicago experience did not disappoint in the fun category. It was so great that I came back as a senior to help the freshmen have an equally thrilling experience. Recent Alumni Survey Result: What was your most meaningful interim experience? Why was it meaningful? 6Notes for Parent MeetingI. Introduction A. Who is going?TeachersInternsParent chaperones B. What do we do?Blue ManMuseumsSymphonyMusicalsFood, fun, shopping C. When are we going?March 17 (Sunday)Return March 21 ( Thursday evening )
II. Trip Overview A. Safety FIRSTTeacher groupsRooming situationsPacking B. All types of weatherDress-up eventsLetter before the tripLets talk money
First payment is due October 5Second payment is due Dec. 7
What do you need to do?If you would like to be a chaperone..e-mail email@example.com
Pick up the forms, turn in one completed with the first payment, and keep a copy for your recordsRead the code of conduct with your child. Sign it and turn it in.Blue Man GroupArt InstituteFrank Lloyd Wright HomeSecond CityBroadway ShowSpamalotSymphony
Food Life (If you dont know what it is, ask an Upperclassman)Flat Top GrillEd Debevics
There is so much more!!!!!
9Intern applications are due by September 18, 2012. We will interview swiftly in order to be able to purchase plane tickets for those students. The cost for interns is $1000.Freshmen who are unable to go on this trip are not eligible to go on another trip or plan a career exploration. You may choose to do a local option
10Washington D.C. Trip InternsThe 8th grade trip needs up to eight interns to help on the DC trip. You will work with the teachers to help make the trip run smoothly. This is a great opportunity to work on your leadership skills.
Juniors and Seniors are eligible to apply.
The deadline is September 18, 2012.
The cost is $500.
4 Days of School at the Viking Cooking School in Nashville
Nashville Cooking Trip12Touring Cheekwood GardensTouring an art museumPottery Classes at nightRock Climbing
13Cost: $1000Limited to 12 students
14Outdoors Trip to Alabama State Park
154 days of camping in one or two Alabama state parksThere is a community service part to this tripStudents will participate in clean-up activities during the day
16Cost: $650Limited to 12 studentsBoulderingSpelunkingHikingExtra spring trip to the Ocoee River
17Habitat Trip A
This trip flies to a destination18
A Habitat for Humanity Interim trip may be the Interim trip you will ever have. Not only do you help people in need it's also fun! You'll have the chance to improve your carpentry skills, connect with new people in a new place and make a real difference in Habitat for Humanity's work of eliminating substandard housing. 19
You must be 16 years old to participate in this trip.
Location will be announced in October
Last year the cost of this trip was $975. We will try to keep the price of this trip close to that price, depending upon air travel costs.
20Habitat Trip B
This trip drives to Maryville, TNThe cost is $500.
You must be 16 years old for this trip.21Puerto Rico: Cultural Immersion
Sunday, March 17 to Friday, March 23, 2012 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgg-iblMQW8 22
Day 1: Our immersion journey starts en espaolSalsa LessonsAuthentic Cuisine
Day 2: Banana BoatingIguana feeding, bird watching, and starfish "catchingLocal Fisherman's Show: close encounters with sea creatures
Day 3: Tour colonial city of Ponce by dayVisit the largest Spanish fort in the Western HemisphereOld San Juan night walking tour
23*Cost: $1900 per person * No Passport RequiredDay 4 Arrive at El Yunque, the U.S.s only tropical rainforest Private eco-guided tour and walk of El Yunque Hiking and swimming underneath waterfalls
Day 5 Old San Juan day visit
24Florida Outdoors Trip: Everglades and KeysDAY ONE Arrive in Florida-Lunch Sawgrass Recreation Park- AirboatRide and gator/wildlife show Depart for Naples-Meet guides toprepare for the 10,000 Islands Dinner Check in to hotelDAY TWO Breakfast Depart for Launch Site Get introduced to your Canoesand Kayaks and load gear Paddle out toward first camp
25DAY THREE andFOURThese three days will be spentpaddling thru mangroves, exploringbarrier islands, hiking and swimmingin the wilderness that joins theEverglades to the Gulf of MexicoAll gear will be provided, just bringyour sense of adventure and lots ofsunscreen! We will arrive back inNaples the evening of day Four
26Cost: $2600DAY FIVE Breakfast Hotel Breakfast Visit a local Herb Farm Motor to Key Largo with a stop atShark Valley in Everglades NationalPark Dinner Check in to hotelSnorkel the amazingFlorida KeysLunchVisit the Turtle Hospital tolearn about the effort tosave these amazing creaturesDepart for FLL for flighthome
27New York TripMarch 16-21, 2013$2550
Guided tour of the cityCBS Early Show taping and tourNBC Today ShowStatue of LibertyFoodTime Square
On Broadway..We will see 3 Broadway showsBackstage experiences2 theater workshops1 Off Broadway show
France TripMarch 17-25, 2013 RouenVisit Place du Marche and cathedral Cabourg, walk on beach and dinner BenouvilleVisit Pegasus Bridge MemorialDrive along coastVisit American cemetaryVisit Tapestry of BayeauxChartres Cathedral
Mont-St-MichelVisit Mont and Abbey ToursWalk around town and castle AmboiseVisit castleVisit castle at Chenonceaux
Three days in ParisMuseums and monumentsLots of visitsLots of walking
Cost: $3200 You must have a passportCommunity Opportunities
34A Local Tour of World Religions Sunday ThursdayCost: $100Up to 12 studentsIts one thing to study a religion in class; its another to see it alive and in action --- through visiting houses of worship, listening to sacred music, looking at religious art, eating ritual food, making museum visits, and enjoying guest lectures. As a final project, students will formulate personal creedal statements articulating their own spiritual views.
Attend Northeast AlabamaKosen Rufu Gongyo in Huntsville
Visit The Hindu Cultural Center in Harvest, AL
Lunch at Sitar Indian Restaurant on Jordan Lane
Tour the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament in Hanceville Observe Divine Office
(Daytime Prayer) -Nuns chant
Observe Chaplet of Saint Michael
Tour Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman
Huntsville Community Service OpportunityThis program will give students exposure to current social,political, cultural and economic challenges in the greaterHuntsville community. Through a significant volunteerexperience, academically focused readings, speakers, anddiscussions that relate to the volunteer experience, and acycle of action and reflection, students will undergo acomprehensive and potentially transformative experiencethat will foster a greater and more significant engagementin the world around them.
DetailsCost is $100 for gas, food, and activitiesThis program starts on Monday, March 18 and ends on Friday, March 22 This a great opportunity to serve your community
Career ExplorationsWe have started a group of alumni who would be willing to host students. Ask Mrs. Santos for details.We also have a Randolph parent who is willing to help you make contact with SupervisorsPay close attention to deadlinesThere is ALWAYS a written assignmentBe creative!!!!
35 Hours RequiredYou may not work for a family memberYou may not be paid for your work39Two Ways to Find A Career ExplorationsFind your own career explorationa. You may not work with a family memberb. Ask friends. Use your own network.
Sign up with Mrs. Scully-Clemmons to receive help finding a career exploration.a. Fill out a Career Exploration Applicationb. Meet with Mrs. Scully-Clemmons on Nov. 1, 2012 c. Write a cover letter and contact the supervisor
All Sophomores who would like to have a career exploration MUST sign up for an interview with Mrs. Santos before November 1, 2012.
Closing CommentsMore Alumni CommentsInterim is a time at Randolph when students and teachers come together and bond over something that is not directly classroom related. While interim needs to remain a learning experience, it allows for students and teachers who might not normally spend time together to forge new relationships.They were some of the best experiences that I had that were completely unique to Randolph School41I really regret my lack of interest in the career exploration options, surely it would have been very helpful.I liked that the school gave you time for courses outside of the normal academic classes. It gave the teachers a chance to share their other talents and it gave a dedicated time period for class trips. I always thought interim was a great idea. 42