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CHS students travel to Spain
Spain Trip - Cafe Web
Among the stops the group made while in Spain was this caf in Barcelona. The students also visited Madrid, Toledo and Zaragoza. Sitting at the table are (clockwise from bottom left) Sbria Steele, Thalie Dixon, Grace McGugan and Davia Stuckey. - photo by Provided by Tiffany Fields
Tiffany Fields may teach French at Camden High School (CHS), but she recently traveled with 16 Spanish III Honors students -- all of whom just happen to be girls -- to Spain during spring break at the end of March. What follows, in her own words, is Field’s description of the experience and what she hopes the students gained from it. (It has been edited for clarity and to conform to journalistic style.) As I watch all the students arrive at Columbia Metropolitan Airport on Easter Sunday to leave for Spain, I recall a quote that I hold dear to my heart by Mark Twain: “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So, throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor.