Two spring break trips offered for students (and alums)

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Two spring break trips offered for students (and alums)

Sophomores enjoy the 2018 spring break trip to Italy.

Sophomores enjoy the 2018 spring break trip to Italy.

Courtesy of Rachel Brooks

Sophomores enjoy the 2018 spring break trip to Italy.

Courtesy of Rachel Brooks

Courtesy of Rachel Brooks

Sophomores enjoy the 2018 spring break trip to Italy.

Reilly Rahill, Staff Writer

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This year BSM is providing two travel opportunities for spring break. The trips include a vacation to Italy and a trip to various countries in Europe. The trips are open and looking for people to attend them. 

Both trips are thoroughly planned and have a lot to offer. Senior, Chaz Saldinari, is one of the students who is attending the trip to Europe. “I am most excited to go on the [Europe] trip. I think it will be very interesting to see some of the places where our Greatest Generation walked and fought,” senior Chaz Saldinari, said. 

The trip to Italy is run by Latin teacher, Mr. Rob Epler. The itinerary involves traveling to Venice, Florence, San Gimignano, Sorrento, Pompeii, Capri, Rome, and the Vatican. “People like it; it’s a good trip…you get to see a fair amount since you are spending eight days in Italy,” Epler said. 

The trip to Italy trip is also an opportunity for faculty, staff, and alumni in the BSM community. This is the fifth year this trip has been offered, but the first year it has been offered to adults. “A couple different people asked when I was going to start offering alumni tours, and I had never thought of that. It had never crossed my mind,” Epler said.  

The trip to Europe is organized by English teacher Ms. Anne Marie Dominguez and history teacher Ms. Megan Kern. The itinerary includes traveling to London, France, Belgium, and Germany. “Its focus is World War II so we are going to multiple countries and in each country we see different World War II sites. We sort of follow the path that most of the Allied soldiers took, I suppose,” Kern said.

Both trips are thoroughly planned and have a lot to offer. “I am most excited to go on the [Europe] trip. I think it will be very interesting to see some of the places where our Greatest Generation walked and fought,” senior Chaz Saldinari said. 

I think it will be very interesting to see some of the places where our Greatest Generation walked and fought”

— Chaz Saldinari

There was a third trip in the making that offered an opportunity to travel to Spain with Spanish teachers Sr. Eric Luna Martin and Sra. Mary Murray. The trip was canceled due to not enough students signing up. 

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