Sharks 2012 Summer Camp At American School
The American School of Puerto Vallarta has announced that its Sharks 2012 Summer Camp will be taking place from July 9 to July 27.
Every kid between 4 and 14 years old is invited to join one of the most traditional summer camps in all Puerto Vallarta.
Psychologists and educators agree that one of the main problems faced by kids, is that they haven't learned to use their free time. Nowadays, it seems that they are only interested in watching TV, playing video games or surfing the internet.
The Sharks 2012 Summer Camp goal is to offer to parents a productive option during summer, with an attractive schedule of activities designed to strengthen physical and mental skills on the kids.
The Summer Camp will include soccer, basketball, volleyball, dance, swimming, gymnastics and handball lessons. There will also be different workshops and a weekly excursion to the beach, to the bowling alley and to the movies.
The American School is offering the option to register your kids for 1, 2 or 3 weeks with different prices accordingly.
The camp starts every day at 9:00 am and will finish at 2:30 pm, it includes 2 t-shirts for the kids, their daily lunch and accidents insurance.
For further information visit the American School website, write to Eduardo Espinosa at email@example.com or Joel Manzano at firstname.lastname@example.org or call directly to the school (322) 226-7674.
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