The Valley of the Latte Summer Camp!
Adventure awaits at summer camp!
Summer camp is an experience that every child should have at least once in their life. It’s a chance to make new friends, learn new skills, and have fun in a safe and supportive environment. There are so many benefits to summer camp, from building confidence and independence to encouraging creativity and curiosity.
At summer camp, kids get to try new things that they might never have the chance to do otherwise. They can learn how to kayak, craft rope, bracelets, and atupat slings, or make hand-woven tools and works of art from coconut leaves. They can also explore the great outdoors, go on hikes, and learn about the environment.
But summer camp isn’t just about physical activities. It’s also a chance for kids to develop social skills, such as teamwork, communication, and empathy. They’ll make friends from all over the island, and maybe even the world, and learn how to work together to achieve a common goal.
Another benefit of summer camp is that it can help kids unplug from technology and spend more time in nature. In today’s world, it’s easy for kids to spend hours glued to their screens, but at summer camp, they’ll be too busy having fun and making memories to even think about their devices.
So if you’re looking for a way to keep your child active, engaged, and entertained this summer, consider summer camp. It’s an experience that they will never forget and one that will benefit them for years to come.
The Valley of the Latte Summer Camp Director:
Håfa Ådai yan Såludu Campers,
Guåhu si Saina Dominic LG and I am honored to be your Camp Saina this coming Tiempon Somnak (Summer) here at the Valley. I’m excited for you all to explore natural habitats, learn new life skills, discover different wildlife as well as create long lasting friendships and create new memories. My personal goal is for each of you to be able to understand our island’s history, beauty, and culture in the unique and magical setting of the valley. I’m looking forward to a wonderful tiempon somnak filled with fun, learning, and many memories.
Senseramento yan Bula Guinaiya,
Saina Dominic J. Leon Guerrero
Camp Director Background:
Dominic J. Leon Guerrero is a 32-year-old son of Guahan. He was born and raised in the village of God’s Country, Talo’fo’fo. Familian Pomparu yan Familian Chendis. He has been a part of the Cultural Arena for 11+ years, he is a member of Guma’ Aniten I Taotao Tano’ and an instructor of Guma’ Aniten I Puti’on Tåsi. He is currently taking classes under Master of CHamoru Dance Saina Frank Rabon.
Guam Community College – General Ed (Early Childhood Development)
University of Guam – Pacific Asian Studies (CHamoru Studies)
Work Background – Guähan Academy Charter School – CHamoru Language and Cultural Arts
Additional Skills: First Aid/CPR & CERT Certified