Wednesday, May 19, 2010

School Opening Preparations

We were finished enrolling the kids early this month and uniforms were fitted and paid already. Hubby decided to finish with shopping for the kids’ school things and bags last Sunday except for some additional requirements on school opening. We’ll just buy their books next week in time for my online salary because it’s kinda expensive enough to pay almost half-year regular tuition fees. I’m not so used with these as my kids were free from all these expenses for 6 years as they’ve studied in my Mom’s former elementary school. Well now my youngest will not have the privilege of enjoying free tuition and free books as I’ve enrolled him in a Christian private school.

After the books I’m totally finished with enrollment expenses. I will just bring them all to shop for the little minor necessities like socks, lunch box, undershirts and etc. Ruth is enrolled in Taytay United Methodist Christian School and Josh will study in Little Jewels Learning Center, a Christian school also. Gen will just finish her grade 6 this year to join her Ate next year in TUCMS. It will be convenient for me next school year because Josh’ school is only two streets away from Ruth’s school. The schools are far from our home as it’s on another town but the nearest elem and high school Christian schools in our home. I also find a quality education in both schools with just 3 sections in every year and 30+ students in one class. I’m looking forward to seeing my kids start another level of education life in Christian Schools.

2 comments:

Enchie May 19, 2010 at 6:15 PM  

Hi Race,it's good to know you're all settled for school. Btw, 2 of my sisters and my younger brother studied in TUMCS, from toddler til Grade 6. That's a very good school, because my siblings excelled in highschool and college. :)

Race May 20, 2010 at 9:12 AM  

Hi enchie, that's the reason why I enrolled my kid and I expect more discipline there! I told Ruth to study harder now because it will be her foundation for her college studies. thanks for the info din

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