Green Meadow School capped its four-week Summer Academic Camp last Aug. 4, 2018, with a program at the Pedro P. Tenorio Multi-Purpose Center to showcase what the camp participants learned.
The program featured Spin-A-Wheel and Jeopardy Game to test the students’ knowledge on different academic subjects.
Spin-A-Wheel was played by two groups of preschool and Kindergarten students, while the Jeopardy Game was played by elementary and middle School students. It wasn’t just the students who enjoyed the Jeopardy Game but also the parents, when they were challenged to play. Champions received cash prizes and gold medals.
Aside from the challenging academic games, the students also did a choral reading to showcase their reading skills. There was also a project exhibit in both corners of the hall. The creative projects were the products of the students throughout the summer camp, featuring original storybooks and a presentation on the solar system, plant flip chart, framed pressed flower, Kindergarten math, and phonics crafts, and so much more.
“The children’s ability to show…what they have learned during classes is a plus,” said Alexandra Villagomez, a GMS parent.
“Both parents and students enjoyed the challenging academic event,” added Crystal Garcia.
Milagros Songcuan, principal of Green Meadow School, thanked the parents’ partnership with the school. (GMS)