Right after Valentine’s Day, Monol went to spend a Saturday morning, February 15, in high spirits with the kids of the Reception and Study Center for Children (RSCC). 10 Monol students of different nationalities signed up for the outreach program. They had the opportunity to bond with 12 kids from the center.
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As February 1st hits the calendars, the usual Baguio breeze is tinged with an even sweeter vibe as people look forward to the most romantic day of the year, Valentine’s Day. On February 14th, Monol also participated in spreading the love to everyone in the academy.
As a brand new year begins, Monol welcomes new enrollees from Taiwan, Korea, and China to the campus. Around 12 Taiwanese students from the winter camp arrived in the academy last January 18. At the same time, they were joined by the parents and children in the family program.
Monol’s new single person room fits students who enjoy and are more comfortable living and studying in solitude. With this brand new room type, the academy wishes to cater to students who value their privacy. As well as those who prefer staying in a room alone.
As the outreach program began, everyone was slowly getting to know each other. Both Monol teachers and students put in the effort to work together to make the kids happy. For the morning’s activity, they were set to create paper plate arts and crafts together.
Zumba is a simple yet great way to get moving. Undeniably, day to day activities like sitting in class or doing desk work can get sedentary. So, with this exercise as well as other fitness programs in Monol, the school hopes to promote an active lifestyle.
This year’s Halloween theme centers on a Spooky Slumber party which means wearing jammies to school! On October 24, Monol students, staff, and teachers dressed in comfortable onesies and pajamas for their Halloween costumes.