• Tagaytay track and field oval

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    Staying fit is very important. Eating healthy foods, getting enough sleep, drinking a lot of water, walking, and jogging everyday will keep you in good shape. Waking up early in the morning should not be a struggle for someone whose routine is doing so. It only means that every cell in his body is attuned to the daily physical activities set for the day. —– To enjoy the glow of good health, you must exercise – Gene Tunney —– A desk-bound person may only need to take at least 1,000 to 3,000 steps a day. Walking distance from Tagaytay Heights Subdivision and F2F School, the track and field oval is the best place and accessible to everyone in the neighboring areas for several physical activities like playing Frisbees and Badminton.   Enjoy doing this healthy lifestyle and its benefits like: improving blood pressure, building strong bones, reducing the risk of …

  • Teacher Keren and her students

    Teacher Keren – Learning while making memories

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    Meet Keren Hi! I am Teacher Keren! I started teaching English in 2014, I thought I’m not going to last long in this kind of job because it’s hard. But then I realized that there’s really no such thing as an easy job. So I just did everything I could to be an effective teacher. And that’s when I started loving this job. Because I believe that when you love what you’re doing, you won’t feel like it’s work at all. You’ll just enjoy spending each day with the students both learning. English has been described as “the language of opportunity.” It’s the opportunity to meet different kinds of people. Her source of happiness Seeing my students smile and improve makes my heart happy. I know studying English is a process. You must put your heart to it. It’s always good to see the brighter side of everything not just …