Seasons greetings! What an awesome way to welcome in the holidays with free time for family and travel.
The LFA has been excited working for you and your children so far. Here is a recap of our joint efforts. September was embarked with a Morning Coffee to present our agenda and goals. Followed by a luncheon mid-month for parents to get acquainted with other parents at Ritz Carlton. October was a fun month for both parents and students. The LFA entertained parents with a First Aid and CPR class. We had parents practicing the lessons learned on each other and even attempted CPR on a mannequin. A great number of parents responded to our call for help decorating, donating and assembly of the Halloween goodie bags. The children indeed are blessed in having a strong system in place to ensure their hearts delight. Smiles and laughter was obtain thanks to your help. November was a month of mixed events for all. The LFA first held a meeting for parents with Brain Develop Expert. This was an attempt to provide parents with tools to assist their children in reaching their full potential. We also had a bowling social event for staff and parents. It was an opportunity to meet teachers in a relax setting and built a strong bond with our Leman Family. Finally we concluded the month with our Christmas tree decoration. December is a month of giving. Parents role-played Santa and his Elfs and the gave Christmas stockings for primary along with a treat. All children were treated to ice cream from T’oBeray.
This far the LFA has donated to...
⁃ Secondary’s CAS Project 2000rmb for a Tibetan Nursery school.
⁃ Stuffed toys on subjects taught in class as a visual learning resources for our early years department.
⁃ As a reward system the LFA donated the following tickets to the school to have them give out at their discretion. Tickets include: 30 movie tickets, 10 In99 Climbing Wall, 10 La Cadiere Playground, and 5 entry passes for Andaman (2parent and 1 children). We hope these gifts inspire children to be their best everyday. Our goal is to have kids that stand out. We strike to encourage good manners, helpfulness, and resilience among others.
The LFA hopes to continue to provide helpful resources, as well as fun events for parents and kids. We would like to thank all the administration, teachers, bus drivers and ayis for helping our kids out and seeing that they are safe and well. But more so we want to thank all parents that have contributed in one way or another. We couldn’t do this without you. Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Years, that your holiday season be filled with health, laughter, joy and hopefully clearer skies.