August 31 - 2020

Epic vacations with Pyrenees


Vacacionando Ando was the initiative of Pirineos, our experiential learning coordination, to entertain the vacations at home with healthy and fun crafts. For four weeks, our students were receiving different invitations to be the fun builders.

Kites, shadow projectors, Newton's discs, pinwheels, parachute jumpers and even magic tricks were the activities that brought Vacacionando Ando to life. "These activities kept my son entertained doing the activities and challenges," commented Paola Puello, mother of Jeronimo Marrugo, a 2B student.

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With this initiative to live the spirit of Cerros en Casa, we were also able to unite families in common projects. "It was a family plan where we were all entertained," says Puello about the day-to-day life of Vacacionando Ando in her home.

Finally, "we thank all those who lived and vibrated with this initiative and extend our greetings to all those who made the adventure of Vacacionando Ando possible," says Camilo Restrepo, coordinator of Pirineos.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container].

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