-The School will resume on 5/31/2015
The school will resume on 5/31/2015. We have three school days left for this year – 5/31, 6/7 and 6/14. Please pay more attention to the weekly newsletter for some upcoming important events.
– Chinese Classes (excluding Ma Liping Chinese) Spring Final Review Material
Please remember to print a copy and bring to the Sunday class for review.
– President Volunteer Service Award
– Fall Registration
Starting from 5/31, the registration will open to new students. If you want to get the detailed registration information, please click the following link:
If you already registered your kids for Chinese classes, please pay the tuition before 6/4, you will get $10 registration fee waiver.
– Book Distribution
On 6/7, PCC will deliver textbooks to the students who have paid before 6/4. All students who will receive the book have to sign on the book release form. If you have any questions, please feel free to talk with principals or Peng Lao Shi this coming Sunday.
-The new Children’s Singing class
This class is temporarily unavailable to register. We will inform you once this class becomes available.
-Basketball court on 2nd floor gym not available
Due to school activities, the basketball court on 2nd floor gym will not be available for public from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm on 5/31 and 6/7.
-New School Year calendar
For your next year’s planning, here is the link for 2015-2016 school calendar:
Led by NCLS teachers, Nan Liang and Weidong Li, the group of 15 students went to Cuozhen, Hefei, Anhui province during this spring break. They had very successful one week exchange activities there.
The student volunteer group formed in September last year. Students participated a series of fund-raising activities which organized by NCLS Support China Education Working Group. With the support of the whole school, parents, Tan’s Education Foundation, and the Boston community, they achieved very good results. The donations have passed to Cuozhen high school, which will help 21 economically disadvantaged students there to finish their high school education.
Please check the i-movie made by team student Helen Dong for the group activities (fundraising and student training) before the trip. The yutube link is – http://youtu.be/iMxNeipGSkU
We will hold a school wide presentation from 3:45pm – 5pm on Sunday, June 7. China trip team students will share their story with you. All parents and students are welcome.
自2014年九月起, 支教工作小组安排了一系列的募捐活动, 在全校师生,家长和波士顿社区的支持下, 取得了非常好的成绩。谭氏教育基金会也对支教项目给予了强有力的支持。此行他们将所得捐款资助了21位贫困学生，帮助他们完成高中学业。
一周的活动进行的丰富多彩， 爱心传递圆满结束。以下是由团队学生董海伦制作的募捐活动和学生培训的短片。 请看Yutube 链接：http://youtu.be/iMxNeipGSkU
2015年支教团队也将在六月七日下午3:45pm – 5pm向全校汇报他们的爱心传递，助学交流之旅。敬请期待。
-Independent school board member opening
If you or your child is interested in NCLS teaching assistant work for 2015-2016 school year, please complete the application form (see link below) and submit it to Tian Yi laoshi at the libary. For current adult TAs and student TAs, please complete the form as well, since we need to know if you would continue with the TA work and stay at the same class.
You can also pick up a copy of the form at the libary.
Thanks and see you on Sunday.
Ling and Li
-5/31 Parenting Workshop – Anping Shen
Date: May 31, 2015 Time: 3:45pm to 5:00pm Place: Room #227
Speaker: Adam Schwartz, Ph.D.
Topic: A Guide to The College Admissions Process
This seminar will offer strategies for helping students submit the strongest possible college application and will provide an opportunity to ask questions about the daunting process of applying to college. We’ll devote special attention the importance of the college application essay.
成立于1984年的纽英伦中华艺术协会主办的第29届中華民族舞蹈展將于六月二十七日(星期六)下午在波士顿大学蔡氏演藝中心盛大举行. 舞展将由艺协执行艺术总监陈玉律老师带领的传统中国舞蹈团师生为观众精彩献演，陈老师来自台湾,三十年前立志以音乐和舞蹈来教导下一代认识中华文化, 创立非盈利的” 纽英伦中华艺术协会”, 如今已桃李芬芳, 硕果累累. 本次舞展节目丰富多彩, 个个风格各异, 欢迎喜爱中华舞蹈的广大家长与孩子们前往观赏. 免费入場券请本周日(5/31)下午2:00-3:00在中文学校前门入口处索取.
– Summer Reading 2015 Open for Registration
Readers’ Club will have a series of activities this summer. We welcome your participation!
Attached are two link files containing: the Chinese lessons we provide for students of age group 8-11, taught by teaching professionals, Creative Writing for students of age group 9 – 13, taught by Boston University graduate Shilpi Wahi. We also offer a seminar by SISU Hebrew Department Head on Hebrew culture and diaspora for people interested in Hebrew and Israeli issues. The music demo session is moved to Waltham. Interested parents may send emails for details.
Details on registration and what we offer, please check the attached document.
Registration email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Seats are limited. We only plan to take 12 students for junior classes. Reserve ASAP.
Looking forward to a wonderful summer!