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TERI’s Annual Surf Day, Another Splashing Success!


Students from TERI’s Country School and Learning Academy, recently had the opportunity to participate in surf lessons provided by the renowned Surfin Fire Surf Camp. The kids were given an exhilarating experience on the waves, thanks to the camp's wonderful instructors.


Surfin Fire Surf Camp, known for their commitment to providing accessible surf instruction to people of all abilities, worked with TERI Inc. to create a fun and memorable day at the beach. The camp's instructors were made up of Surf Instructors and Fire Fighters from Oceanside, Carlsbad, and Encinitas Fire departments who donated their time to teach.


Surrounded by the crashing surf and the salty breeze, these extraordinary students embarked on their surfing journey, one wave at a time. The instructors expertly guided them through the steps, teaching them how to balance, and ride the waves. Every achievement was met with applause and high fives all around as the kids took to the water and embraced the thrill of riding the waves!


For 14 years, TERI’s own Shane Hamilton and JP aka Jon Peterson, the owner of Surfin Fire, have worked together to make Surf Day such a success. The collaboration is aimed to promote confidence, physical fitness, and a sense of adventure among the students. Both TERI Inc. and Surfin Fire believe in the power of new experiences and the positive impact it can have on people of all ages!


More info on Surfin Fire can be found on their website or on Instagram.


We wanted to give an extra special thank you to:

  • Blake Dorse, the Oceanside Fire Department Captain, and his crew! They can be found on Instagram, @oceansidefirefighters_3736 and @oceanside_fire

  • The fire crew from Encinitas Fire Department and Carlsbad Fire Department

  • Mike Redman the President of Surfing Madonna Oceans Project and San Diego Pacific Surf School

  • Bella Rosas and the Jersey Mikes team in downtown Oceanside for providing lunch for the Students and Instructors!


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