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A group of 24 Los Alamos High graduates will embark on an educational tour of Europe from June 13 through June 25.
The group will be led by Lynn Ovaska, local AP Psych teacher, and also chaperoned by Rob and Kathy Hipwood and Eric Ovaska.
The 13-day tour will take them to Berlin, Prague, Lucerne and Paris.
“Our young leaders will learn through the power of visiting actual historical sites, including the concentration camp Dachau. Local guides will give them behind-the-scenes tours of cities and their most famous landmarks, such as Checkpoint Charlie and the Louvre.
The students will also celebrate their graduation along the way with one evening of Swiss food and folklore, and another evening in Paris floating down the Seine,” Ovaska said.
The members of this group include musicians, athletes, artists, active church members, lifelong friends, and good neighbors.
“Educational travel is a valuable experience for living in our global economy. By witnessing new cultures first-hand and experiencing history that is usually learned in textbooks, they plan to strengthen their skills as global citizens,” Ovaska said.
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