Mommy Moments: School Day

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Classes in Justin’s school started last June 16; that’s a Wednesday. Because they didn’t have classes last Wednesday, June 30 (President Noynoy’s inauguration) and they don’t have classes today, Friday, July 2 (Pasig Day), they’ve just been going to school for a total of 11 days since school started.

My son is now in Pre-kindergarten (Pre-K) class. He has 14 classmates and two teachers. He still has a three-hour class, just like his Nursery class, that starts from 8:30am and ends at 11:30am. I’m still the one dropping him off to school upon his insistence, but his yaya is the one fetching him from school because I’m already knee-deep in work by that time.

He’s still wearing his old school shirts because they still fit, and like last year, I didn’t need to buy him school supplies because the school provides for these things. They have the materials for when the children need to do artwork or other activities. My boy has grown taller and slimmer (I think) too, but I still call him “baby.” When he notices that, he would correct me by saying “I’m not a baby; I’m a big boy.” Indeed, he is! Look how big he’s grown!


Before he went to school yesterday


Inside the classroom during playtime (first 30 minutes of their class) taken three days ago

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9 Responses

  1. wow! ok yung school ni Justine,parang dito sa abroad ang style,although I know that the tuition cost you a fortune while here is only public but it is really good.I like the 14:2 student/teacher ratio,talagang lahat sila nabibigyan ng tamang atensyon.Also the t shirt uniform, as much as possible,the school here want the kids to be in their most comfy outfit,at least weather permits. Justine is so ready na talaga sa school.

  2. He's growing to be a fine young boy. I'm sure with you as his mom, he will do well in school. 😉

  3. what a smarty boy! And thats great the school provide everything you dont need to worry or makipagsisikan sa mall for school items 😀

    Happy MM!

  4. that's a groovy school get-up, Mommy Tetcha. seems like Justin is enjoying school. and ang galing ng school nila. di mo na kailangang mamili ng school supplies. would you believe as early as february, di pa natatapos and school year, ay namimili na ako ng gamit ni RJ for the next school year? ayoko kase makipagsiksikan sa dami ng namimili.

  5. oh yes, he is not a baby anymore. okay yan, provided na ng school ang mga gamit. Sa amin bumili pa kame pero dun na rin sa school. 😀

  6. Hi tetcha, your justin is growing bigger and handome, bait pa. i can tell sa pagmumukha palang.

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