September 15th, 2017

Planning An Enjoyable Educational Trip

As most teachers know, you can never be too prepared for school trips. You need to anticipate the many needs and issues that may arise, whether that involves bringing school supplies, first aid kits, emergency contact lists, students’ special medication needs, checklists of students and chaperons, emergency cash, contact information for all the venues you are visiting, the trip itinerary and more. Fortunately, working with experienced planners like Four Winds ...

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Topics: Teacher Feature
September 15th, 2017

9 Student Tips For Better School Trips

After several rounds of intense regional contests, I was headed to my first Technology Students Association international competition in Orlando. I was just a measly high school freshman, and most of my friends had been weeded out by the state championship. On the massive charter bus, I sat with my headphones on, pretending to enjoy the CD I’d listened to for the past 4 hours. I had chosen an ...

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Topics: Teacher Feature
September 15th, 2017

Planning A Trip For Band Or Other Music Group

Your band students have dedicated a lot of time and energy into practicing, both individually and collectively, and now you want all their hard work to culminate into an experience that creates memories tolast a lifetime. Perhaps you should lead your amazing band students on an unforgettable trip, one that gives them a chance to learn, perform and have fun. Many band directors only plan a trip once every few ...

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Topics: All About Music
September 15th, 2017

Spring Break Volunteering In The Appalachians

Over 50 students and chaperones from New Hampshire spent their spring break in West Virginia helping to improve housing conditions with Habitat for Humanity. The students, who attend Bishop Brady High School in Concord, drove 12 hours to Lewisburg, where they stayed for 7 days and 6 nights of volunteer service. The group raised funds to help pay for the cost of the trip, which included bus travel, lodging and ...

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September 7th, 2017

10 Travel Tips From A Professional Triathlete

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Traveling is the gateway to many amazing opportunities and experiences, so you want to make sure to arrive feeling your best. I’m Greg Billington, a professional triathlete and the top American at the Olympic Trials in Rio de Janeiro. I travel to many international and domestic races every year, and I follow a series of steps to make sure I’m ready to compete when I arrive. When traveling ...

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September 7th, 2017

7 Simple Steps To Planning Your School Trip

We at Fourwinds Tours and Travel have created a quick and simple guide to jumpstarting your planning process and allowing your dream trip to become a reality!

With the school year knocking on the door, the phrase “so much to do, so little time” takes on a whole new meaning.

  • Set-up classroom? Check.
  • Buy new art supplies? Check.
  • Make name tags? Check.
  • Plan school trip? Hmmm…maybe next year.

Needless ...

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Topics: Teacher Feature
September 7th, 2017

The Camaraderie Of Traveling Camps

CAMARADERIE OF TRAVELING CAMPS

Between my junior and senior years of high school, I had the chance to go camping as part of a Summer Leadership Program with the Air Force Junior ROTC class. This was basically a mini bootcamp where we woke up at 4 am, ran a couple of miles, tackled the obstacle course and then ventured out into the woods to learn more about teamwork, leadership and friendship. For a group ...

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May 13th, 2017

Behind The Scenes, Producing A Music Extravaganza At Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall is one of the few halls in the world that is prestigious in terms of both name and association. Anybody with ambitions in music would be honored to have the chance to play there. The rest of us would love to see our favorite musical talents perform there. Unbeknownst to the public, innumerable details must be handled behind the scenes to make each Carnegie performance run like a ...

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Topics: All About Music

Planning An Enjoyable Educational Trip

As most teachers know, you can never be too prepared ...

Read full article »

9 Student Tips For Better School Trips

After several rounds of intense regional contests, I was headed ...

Read full article »

Planning A Trip For Band Or Other Music Group

Your band students have dedicated a lot of time and ...

Read full article »

Spring Break Volunteering In The Appalachians

Over 50 students and chaperones from New Hampshire spent their ...

Read full article »

7 Simple Steps To Planning Your School Trip

We at Fourwinds Tours and Travel have created a quick ...

Read full article »
Pic2

10 Travel Tips From A Professional Triathlete

Traveling is the gateway to many amazing opportunities and experiences ...

Read full article »
CAMARADERIE OF TRAVELING CAMPS

The Camaraderie Of Traveling Camps

Between my junior and senior years of high school, I ...

Read full article »
Carnegie Hall

Behind The Scenes, Producing A Music Extravaganza At Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall is one of the few halls in the ...

Read full article »