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Welcome to our new Wednesday newsletter, the JT Journal!  We will share valuable information about planning a trip, special promotions, as well as the latest news from Junior Tours.  We’re open to any feedback so feel free to share your thoughts on our blog www.juniortours.com/journal.

Can you believe it’s been one year since the word coronavirus became part of our lexicon?   While zoom calls might have been a novelty at first, if you’re like us, you’re ready to get out of the house and resume face to face interactions.  They say necessity is the mother of invention.   Virtual classrooms became the new norm in teaching though proving to be challenging for most along the way.  We hope to get back to full time in person teaching soon.

Hang in there, we’re finally approaching the homestretch of dealing with this pandemic.  Once we’re on the other side your students will be starved for meaningful educational experiences they missed over the past year.  Overnight educational travel provides that exact opportunity.  If you’re kicking around the idea of setting up a trip for your students in the 2021-2022 school year, please click here and fill out a form telling us a little about what you have in mind.  Upon receipt, we’ll email you back a detailed itinerary and itemized price quote for the trip you are interested in.   You can file it away until the time is right to plan for the future with a renewed sense of optimism!

Keep an eye out for Vol. 2 of the JT Journal next Wednesday detailing the ‘Junior Tours Promise’.

Have a great week!

Your Friends at Junior Tours

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  • Robby Carpenter says:

    We were disappointed to have missed our annual Washington D.C. Tour this year. We are planning now to setup next year’s trip. My students are so excited!!

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