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Classrooms are undoubtedly filled with students experiencing everything from growth and exploration to learning lessons they’ll carry with them for a lifetime. And while books and lesson plans in the classroom offer students bountiful bits of knowledge, there’s nothing quite like experiencing something firsthand. Come along as some ETI educators share how student travel has influenced learning in their classrooms.

As an accountant with over 30 years of field experience, Sherrie Weiland holds a variety of responsibilities in her role for Educational Tours, Inc., including auditing trips after they take place to ensure all vendors have been paid in full, creating pre-trip packets for tour managers and paying other various company bills. Take a moment to get to know Sherrie a bit better!

Joshua Sholler, an educator who teaches 6th – 12th grade band and choir at Reading High School in Reading, Michigan, fully understands the value of student travel. Sholler himself went on two student trips to Disney World with his band program as a high school student, creating wonderful life-long memories.