As part of Princeton Day School's Global Studies program, there are a number of international trips taking place over spring break. English Department Chair Karen Latham and English teacher Jamie McCulloch took a group of students to London for "Life Along the Thames." Latin teachers Todd Gudgel and Nicole Mangino journeyed with a group of students to Rome for a special Latin language study. Language Department Chair Laurence Farhat and French teacher Yves Marcuard traveled to France with a group of students for "From Normandie to Paris," a French immersion. History teacher Lauren Ledley and Spanish teacher Carmen Santa-Crus took a group of 8th and 9th grade students to Guatemala for a trip focusing on environmental and social justice, with a Spanish immersion focus. And, English teacher and Sustainability Coordinator Liz Cutler and science teacher Charlie Alt traveled with a group of students to the Bahamas to study sustainability at The Island School. Be sure to follow all of our PDS travelers on Instagram at pdstravel.
Global Studies Spotlight: Spring Break Trips Abroad