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Friday, April 25, 2014

Be a Camp Counselor and.....

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• Apprentice with experts
• Practice coaching techniques
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• Develop a lifelong network
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Queens N.Y. 11423
718-847-6470

3 Chances to win a Free week of camp



Use the Video link below to join us at the Martin Luther School Event. 3 chances to win a FREE Week of camp. This Saturday at 6:00pm.


On The High Seas MLS '14

Open House Saturday April 26th, 2014 11:00am -1:00pm

Register this Saturday and find out how you can save $100 off you camp fee.

Open House Saturday April 26th, 2014
 
11:00am -1:00pm
 
Bring the Family
 

Sunday, April 13, 2014

11 Sites and Apps Kids Are Heading to After Facebook

Remember MySpace? Not so long ago, practically every teen in the world was on it –- and then many left for Facebook. Now, as Facebook's popularity among teens is starting to wane, you might be wondering what the new "it" social network is. But the days of a one-stop shop for all social networking needs are over. Instead, teens are dividing their attention between an array of apps and tools that let them write, share, video chat, and even shop for the latest trends.
You don't need to know the ins and outs of every app and site that's "hot" right now (and frankly, if you did, they wouldn't be trendy anymore). But knowing the basics -- what they are, why they're popular, and the problems that can crop up when they're not used responsibly -- can make the difference between a positive and negative experience for your kid.

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Kids Going Outside

There’s a fun article that we came across in the New Yorker Magazine that lists the “features” of “going outside.” It’s by Ellis Weiner and is entitled “Just in Time for Spring” (here’s a summary) In the tradition of a radio commercial for a new product, the article suggests that “going outside” is an “astounding multipurpose activity platform that will revolutionize the way you spend your time.” Of course the humor here is that going outside is not new at all; though, it has been too often forgotten as we spend more of our day interacting with electronic media and filtering our experience through technology.

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