T-Shirts for Madrid Trip

Want to get involved with T-Shirt design? Have creative talents or a talent to bring creativity out of our kids?

In years pasts the students designed their t-shirts.  Apoyemos provides the T-shirts and has the vendor that will make your creation come to fruition.

If you are interested in organizing T-Shirts, please contact Jesse Rader jprader@yahoo.com or leave a comment!!

Thank you,

Jesse Rader

 

Clarification on Chaperone Bios

8th Grade Capstone Trip Parents –
 
Clarification – chaperone Pablo Dipascuale is a Spanish teacher at Lincoln but is not currently teaching Spanish Immersion or IB Spanish. However he was hired to do so and likely will down the road.
Sorry for any confusion around this.
 
Marla McLeod-Ali

2014 Chaperones for Spain

Please join me in welcoming your chaperones for the 2014 West Sylvan trip to Madrid:
 
Jesse Rader
Sara Matano
Pablo Dipascuale
Alternate: Kathryn Scribner
 
The interview committee felt that Jesse Rader, Sara Matano, and Pablo Dipascuale bring a complimentary array of qualifications to their roles that will make them a fantastic choice for this pioneer trip to Madrid.
 
Jesse Rader is a registered nurse, fluent in Spanish, was a Peace Corp volunteer, and takes annual trips to Peru as part of Faces Foundation. She is also an 8th grade parent.
 
Sara Matano is a Spanish Immersion teacher at West Sylvan, is a native Spanish speaker, has both participated in and lead groups of young people on overseas programs, is very familiar with Madrid, and is familiar with many of the 8th grade students as a block teacher.
 
Pablo Dipascuale is an IB and Spanish Immersion teacher at Lincoln High School, is a native Spanish speaker from Argentina, is a club soccer coach and has traveled with students extensively within the US in his coaching capacity, and is skilled at managing kids in a way that is both safe and fun.
 
Please join me in thanking Jesse, Sara, and Pablo for accepting the chaperone role to Spain this summer.
 
Yours kindly,
 
Marla McLeod-Ali, Apoyemos board member