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Grad S-Trip death in Cuba


#1

Sadly, I’m not surprised this has happened given the numerous complaints and discussions we’ve had over the years about this student trip organization. I remain perplexed as to why so many parents think nothing of letting their teens participate in S-Trip vacations. Thankfully, we’ve never experienced some of the craziness first hand.

Condolences to the family of this student.


#2

A very sad situation for everyone involved.


#3

A darn shame. Our thoughts are with her family and with her friends.


#4

Sad very sad .
Wonder what happened to her .
Musta been Scarey for the other kids to hear this .

Johnny C


#5

Heartbreaking. Does anyone know exactly what happened?


#6

L, Her family said natural causes so we’re letting it go and keeping them in our thoughts.


#7

Oh for sure out of respect for her Family one must let it go. It is possible that her death had nothing to do with drinking or, the S-Trip venue.


#8

So they say, L
I know you know how a daughter’s close call can hurt so much too.


#9

RIP Alex Sagriff. Gone far too soon! But is S-trip liable here? They should be! If the "chaperones "did their jobs properly this girl would have recd medical attention and this death would have and could have been avoided.
I will always be thankful that I did not allow my 17 yr old daughter to go on her grad trip with s-trip.
I also hope this place closes up shop bc it’s a scam!


#10

Poor little thing.