Chaperones

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We are looking for 2018 chaperones. Organize a group of 10 teachers in your school district or state and you can travel free to Guatemala. These what we offer: free round trip from your city to Guatemala City, all ground transportation during the three weeks, hotels, homestay with a local family, three meals a day, your own bedroom, free entry to parks and cultural centers.

We will help with your trip because we have a huge dbase of teachers e-mail from all the states in the country. Please feel free to pick the dates you wish to organize your trip to Quetzaltenango. If you are not able to travel during these dates, please contact us for additional dates. If you have a conflict with these dates, you are welcome to enroll in our regular Spanish program. Classes for the regular Spanish program start any Monday year-round.

Please contact Julio Batres at info@cx.edu.gt or 612 281 5705 for more information.   

We will be hiking Laguna de Chicabal, San Martín Chile Verde, Quetzaltenango.

Fund for Teachers is offering grants to teachers and school administrators who participate in our Spanish program for educators in Quetzaltenango,  Guatemala.  For more info, please contact Perrin Worrell 800.681.2667

Dates and Chaperones
We are looking for chaperones for 2018

Travel dates:  June June 24th to  July 15th 2018.  Chaperone Amy Mckean, elementary teacher at Tigard-Tualatin School District, Portland,   amckean1@ttsd.k12.or.us She studied at Casa Xelaju in the summer of 2017.  

Travel dates:  June June 24th to  July 15th 2018.  Betsy a. May at betsy@cx.edu.gt. Betsy is a teacher at Minneapolis Public Schools. She has traveled to Guatemala more than 25 times in the last 30 years.
 June 17th to July 8th. 2018.  Chaperone Margie Shepherd,  middle school teacher at Albermarle School District, margieshep@gmail.com
 
 
 

Watch Amy Mckean playing Marimba in Quetzaltenango