Tuesday, May 20, 2008


Ladera International School has a great program this summer, they are offering FREE SUMMER SCHOOL!! Yeaps.. you read right, it is FREE! How many times have you heard that around here these days? (LOL)

"Free" summer school program is open to students from 4th to 8th grade. Summer session hours are 7:30am to 2:20pm.

First session is on June 9-July 4 and the second session is on July 7 - August 1.

I think this is a great opportunity for our children. It is also a great move for Ladera International School to offer such a program. With power rates sky rocketing and the cost of operations increasing, I don't know how they do it. I can say for sure that they "really do care" about our children. They are making an investment on our children, our economy and our general welfare in the education system. This is a great opportunity to have our kids advance or catch up in their school lessons, instead of doing other stuff like hanging out with the wrong crowd, especially on those long summer days! Also, if you work till 5pm, they can watch your children, for a very minimal fee. I am so excited, I can't wait to see what they have in store for the children this summer.

Interested? Call 288-2006 to reserve a spot for your kids, and that's it!

THANK YOU LADERA International School!
(this was posted with the approval of the Ladera International School Director)

SUMMER Camps at the Library
Our Joeten Kiyu Public Library also has a great program set up for our children this summer. Contact them at 235-7322 to sign up. (I do not think there is a fee, I believe it is FREE, but just call to verify).

CAMP HYATT - Hyatt has a summer camp for kids, I believe you can use your Club at Hyatt card to avail of a discount, but I am not too sure. Call them at 234-1234 for details. *There is a fee for Camp Hyatt.

Marianas Trekking also has a summer camp, however, you will have to call them to see if they are offering it again this year. However, there is a fee for camp with Marianas Trekking, but call to verify.

si, marianne

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