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Williamsburg & Busch Gardens

Through a well-balanced itinerary and educational interactive programs, this tour will engage your child’s mind. They will see and experience life as the founding families did!

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North Brandywine Middle School

8th Grade Trip to Williamsburg & Busch Gardens

NEW DATE!

May 26, 27 & 28, 2021| Wednesday to Friday 

 

$460 per person

 

Trip Includes:

  • Transportation on deluxe motorcoach with WiFi and lavatory

  • Two nights accommodations at the Colonial Williamsburg Woodlands Inn

  • Meals: 7; 2 breakfast, 2 lunches, 2 dinners & 1 Sweet Forgs frozen yogurt with toppings

  • Admission fees and guided tours of Jamestown, Colonial Williamsburg and Yorktown

  • 2 Evening Programs:  Shadows of the Past & Colonial Dance

  • Busch Gardens

  • All taxes and gratuities including hotel, meals and bus drivers' gratuity

 

Final payment is due by March 20, 2021

 

Jamestown Cafe Lunch Choices:

  • Angus Hamburger: A fresh all beef hamburger

  • Angus Cheeseburger: A fresh all beef hamburger served with American cheese.

  • Jumbo Hot Dog: A ¼ lb beef hot dog

  • Cheese Pizza: Individual personal pan pizza

  • Pepperoni Pizza: Individual personal pan pizza.

  • Turkey Sub Meal: Seven inch sub served with oven roasted turkey, Swiss cheese, and lettuce

  • Ham Sub Meal: Seven inch sub served with honey baked ham, Swiss cheese, and lettuce

  • Veggie Sub Meal: Seven inch sub served with Swiss and cheddar cheese, lettuce, cucumbers, and carrots

  • Chicken Strips: Four (4) each, golden deep fried chicken strips

  • Gluten Free Chicken Strips: Four (4) each, baked, served with GF chips

 

Each of the selections above will be served with Ruffles potato chips, Ocean Spray Craisins, Grandma’s chocolate chip cookies, a bottled Aquafina water and appropriate condiment

 

Cancellation Penalties Apply: If you wish to cancel your tour, you must provide written notice to Grand View Tours, Inc. $150 cancellation fee applies IN ADDITION to any monies that may have been advanced on your behalf and do not cover a tour cost increase due to your cancellation. Once your final payment is received, your payment is non-refundable. No refunds after final payment unless you find a replacement. Travel insurance is available and recommended.

 

You can manage your reservation and pay online or pay by check. If paying by check please make payable to Grand View Tours and send 

to P.O. Box 844, Ocean View, DE 19970. We accept all major credit cards.

 

Please review Code of Conduct under 'Other Information'

Remember you will be held responsible for any damage caused to your room. All pay-per-view channels will be turned off. Outgoing phone calls will not be permitted however you will be able to receive incoming calls. And always be considerate of other guests staying at the hotel.

 

Responsibility: Grand View Tours, Inc. and supplier services in connection with this travel program are not responsible for any illness, loss or injury to person or property, any delay, or extra costs incurred due to the delay or cancellations caused by weather or events beyond anyone’s control including. Travel documents will be sent approximately 2 weeks before departure date, pending all payments are received on time. The itinerary may change based on events and circumstances beyond our control.

 

The responsibility of GRAND VIEW TOURS, INC. is strictly limited. GRAND VIEW TOURS sells tour programs consisting of services including land, air, and water transportation, hotel accommodations, cruises, meals, attractions, etc. The suppliers of these services are not agents of nor owned by GRAND VIEW TOURS. Thus, GRAND VIEW TOURS is not responsible for any negligence of any supplier. By using the services of the suppliers you agree that you will hold the supplier responsible for any accident, injury, property damage, or personal loss, and that neither GRAND VIEW TOURS, nor any representative of GRAND VIEW TOURS, shall be liable. GRAND VIEW TOURS, its agents, and employees are not responsible for any injury or loss incurred by our tour participants due to (but not limited to): acts of God, strikes, pandemic, acts of war or civil unrest, criminal or terrorist activities, airline (or other transportation vehicle) delays, weather-related problems, and government shutdowns.

 

 

May 26, 2021

6:00AM - Bus arrives at school
6:15AM - Depart for Williamsburg
12:00PM - Lunch at the Jamestown Café (included)
1:00PM - Jamestown Settlement Guided Tour
4:00PM – Arrival at the Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel
6:30PM – Dinner at our hotel
8:00PM – Meet in the hotel lobby
8:30PM – Shadows of the Past / Colonial Dance

Two evening programs are planned. You'll do one program on Wednesday and the other on Thursday.

Remember you will be held responsible for any damage caused to your room. All pay-per-view channels will be turned off. Outgoing phone calls will not be permitted however you will be able to receive incoming calls. And always be considerate of other guests staying at the hotel.

B, L, D

May 27, 2021

7:30 AM - Buffet breakfast at hotel
8:45AM - Meet in the lobby
9:00 AM - Guided tour of Colonial Williamsburg
12:00PM - Off to Busch Gardens; lunch voucher included
5:30PM - Return to hotel; relax and freshen up before dinner and tonights program
6:30PM - Dinner at Golden Corral
8:00PM - Evening program in Colonial Williamsburg
9:30PM - After our program we head to Sweet Frogs for a 'Make Your Own Sundae' treat
11:00PM - Return to hotel

B, L, D

May 28, 2021

7:30AM - Buffet breakfast at hotel
8:30AM - Meet your group in the lobby
8:45AM - Depart for Yorktown Victory Center
9:15AM - Guided tour
11:45AM - Leave for home with lunch stop at McDonalds
6:30 - 7:30PM - Arrival back at school

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B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT FOR SCHOOL TRIPS

NORTH BRANDYWINE MIDDLE SCHOOL

WILLIAMSBURG TRIP | MAY 26-28, 2021

 

Your school-sponsored trip is planned with an educational objective. The success of this trip depends upon the conduct of all students who participate.

 

Participation in a school trip is a privilege. It should be noted that attendance is voluntary, not mandatory, and, as such, the student agrees to abide by the rules and regulations or forfeit his/her personal rights to participate in the trip. In order that everyone receives the maximum benefit from the participation on this trip, the “Student Code of Conduct” must be adhered to at all times. There are standards for behavior that students are expected to uphold at all times. These include:

1.     All scheduled tour activities are obligatory.

2.     Respecting public and private property.

3.     Obeying al policies of Coatesville Area School District and Grand View Tours, Inc. for the duration of the trip.

4.     Conducting oneself in a courteous and respectful manner at all times.

5.     Remaining in the presence of adult supervision at all times, unless explicit consent has been given by an adult supervisor.

6.     Following directions and instructions of chaperones without fail.

7.     ALCOHOL, DRUGS & TOBACCO USE IS PROHIBTED.

Understanding that choosing to bring, consume, or be in the presence of others who are consuming will lead to immediate termination of the trip privilege. Consequences will be applied regardless of whether the student has brought or consumed alcohol, tobacco or drugs, or has associate with, or is in the presence of others who are consuming drugs, alcohol or tobacco.

8.     Shoplifting, possession of illegal drugs and all other illegal activities will not be tolerated and are punishable by immediate dismissal from the tour.

9.     Acquiring a physician’s written order to carry and take any prescription medication.

10.   Adhering to trip dress code as set forth by your school.

11.   Abiding by the curfew established.

12.   Spending each night in the assigned room.

        a.  No student may leave his/her room for any reasons after lights are out without a chaperone’s permission and presence. The only exception to this rule is when all hotel guests are to respond immediately to a fire alarm or other emergency situation.

        b.  No student shall be in another student’s room when the other student is of the opposite gender, unless a chaperone is present.

13.    Consenting to a luggage check by appropriate school staff prior to leaving for the field trip and upon return.

14.    Allowing to a search of the room and personal belongings at any time deemed necessary by the appropriate school staff based on reasonable suspicion.

15.   Your child is required to pay for any phone calls or incidental personal expenses incurred at hotels. These will be payable the evening before departure at each hotel. Compensation for damage done to hotel rooms or to buses is your child’s responsibility. If your child notices any damage upon arrival at a hotel, he or she should notify the group leader immediately.

 

 

If your child is involved in any illegal activities, all costs to return home are at his or her expense. If the local authorities are involved, your child will be subject to the laws of the country he or she is visiting.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

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