Our Kindergarten Grad

Kindergarten graduation ceremonies have become more and more popular and a bigger and bigger fuss. Last Thursday the Christian School of Camiri had its third commencement for our “littlest” ones. They named me “padrino” (godfather, sponsor, guide, counselor) and I had the opportunity throughout the year to share with them many special occasions, regular days of classes, accomplishments, rehearsals, games and the snack time!

Graduation from kindergarten might seem an unnecessary commotion, but the parents enjoy it (sometimes more than the children) and the pictures and films will remain there for them to see in the future as one of the first milestones in their road of life.

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  1. Oye! yo fuí de los padres que se emocionaron mucho cuando mis hijos terminaron el grado escolar de jardín, jajajja porque para ellos es haber terminado un peldaño en la vida 🙂 y también mucho esfuerzo de uno como padres para tenerlos limpios, a tiempo, trabajando, aprendiendo, interactuando y bueno, es una gran emoción verles culminar el jardín (aunque te rías, parece que te oigo y veo), estoy por celebrar que mi hijo termina la primaria jijijo. TE QUIERO MUUUUCHO, TUTIS

  2. Andres,

    God Bless the little ones. And you too.
    For me, my fondest memory of kindergarden, was the cookies & milk.

    Stay well,
    Steve Barclay
    RBCPC – San Diego

  3. Beautiful!


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