As overwhelming and potentially frustrating packing for a long service-oriented or adventure based trip can seem, getting your student ready to leave can be very simple (and sometimes fun!) The key is organization, logical thinking, and getting started as soon as possible. Here are a few things you can do to make the entire process
Summer break is a time both parents and kids look forward to all year long. It’s a time for your child to re-charge their mental batteries, learn some skills outside the classroom, break up the monotony of the school year and even prep for college.
You may have heard about student service programs, which are
Los cayucos are hand-carved wooden canoes that swiftly float across the sparkling light blue waters of the Caribbean near Panama in South America.
On this journey, they are a symbol of entering a new region that’s full of color, culture, and wonderful people. We’ll use cayucos again later as we canoe between islands of the San
Sending your child on a SCUBA trip alone can be scary and many parents have questions. We took some time to ask one of our Jr. Diver Instructors, Kurt Schafer of SCUBA Dive It Inc., a few of the most common questions. Read on to see what he has to say, and if you