The Zacatecas Experience:  A Search for Identity
 


ISA Sophomores travel to Zacatecas, Mexico
 

Travel Brochure

 

February 27-March 5, 2006

 

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Key Question: How are the history and cultural identity of Zacatecas linked to those of San Antonio and how do they relate (or not relate) to you personally?

Trip Goals

Packing Tips

Curriculum - Pre/During/Post Trip Activity Schedule

Trip Wish List

Date: 

Departure:

Monday, February 27  9am - Load Buses  10am Buses Leave 

 

Return to San Antonio:

Sunday, March 5  early morning  approximately 7am.  Please be prepared to pick up your child. (parents will be called) 

 Group Leaders: 

Brad Dehart 

 

Sophomore  English Teacher

Russell Rowton

 

Sophomore  Social Studies Teacher

Leslie Ramirez 

 

Sophomore  Math Teacher

Mitzi Moore

 

Sophomore Science Teacher

Kevin McConnell

 

Sophomore Team English Intern 

Kathy Bieser

 

Freshman Social Studies Teacher

Lindsay Perrett

 

Freshman English Teacher 

Illiana Liberatore

Lee High School Latin Teacher 

Angela Breidenstein

 

Trinity University Intern Coordinator

Marjorie Kopacsi

 

I.S.A. Counselor

Hotel/Room Accommodations:

 

Radisson Gran Ancira Plaza    
Av. Hidalgo y Escobedo

Zona Centro, Monterry

011-52-81-8150-7000

  Hotel Emporio (formerly Hotel Continental)

Av. Hidalgo 703 Col. Centro

Zacatecas, Zac. C.P. 98000

011-52-492-922-6183

 Charter

The charter/tour company is OK Tours.  This tour company has been used for sophomore team trips for the past 5 years with excellent results.

Weather  Zacatecas Monterrey
Water
While the water at the hotel is potable, students are asked to bring  1 case (12 bottles) of bottled water each. 
Travel Tips and Etiquette Click here for ISA travel tips and hotel etiquette.


Thanks also to Marion Oettinger and Olga  Samples Davis of the San Antonio Museum of Art for their assistance. The field trip to the museum and Mission San Jose helps students develop a visual vocabulary for their trip.  Students begin to see the connection between San Antonio and Zacatecas.

 

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