The Kirikian Armenian School of St. Thomas Armenian Church is offering a NEW online opportunity for all ages – to learn Western Armenian conversation through Zoom interactive classes. This new audio-visual method emphasizes oral expression and dialogue. Those interested may click here to see the advertisement, and inquire further by contacting Mrs. Ani Capan at email@example.com.
The Kirikian Armenian Saturday School is now accepting registrations for the 2020-21 school year. Please contact Principal Ani Capan at firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment to meet at St. Thomas Armenian Church on September 5, 2020. Students will learn in a virtual environment, for safety reasons due to COVID-19.
The Kirikian Armenian School of St. Thomas united and started using technological advantages to accommodate its students for the remainder of the 2020 academic year. The faculty of 20 teachers have coordinated teaching their students through the Internet, missing only one week of class amid drastic adjustments made because of the Coronavirus.
A beautifully written article on how we commemorated the 104th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, with the Kirikian Armenian School staff, students, and parents, and guest speaker, Ms. Lucine Kasbarian. Ms. Kasbarian encouraged the students to never forget our history in their future endeavors in life. She urged them to “incorporate the Armenian spirit in their lives – and that through our strength, we can demonstrate the valuable presence of Armenians in this world.”
Victoria Bourghol, also an alumna, is the art teacher for kids in 1st through 3rd grade of the Kirikian Armenian School. She is teaching them about the Armenian Genocide through various art projects this month. The children learned about the symbolism of the Forget-Me-Not-Flower while painting their very own last week.
The students of the Kirikian Armenian School participated in pre-Easter festivities today. After their lessons, the children of the Armenian school were taught about Easter traditions while coloring vibrant eggs of their own to take home. Pictured are the first grade students, taught by Mrs. Hilda Giritlian, and assisted by the helpful hands of other dedicated teachers and helpers!
On Saturday, February 3rd, the Kirikian Armenian School of St. Thomas Armenian Church held it’s annual Poon Paregentan party for its students. Every year, children, teachers, and parents look forward to having the kids change into their costumes after class and watch them take part of many festivities before the period of Great Lent.
On Saturday, September 17, the Kirikian Armenian School will open its doors once again to students aged 2 1/2 to 12 years old, eager to learn all aspects of Armenian language, history, culture, religion, music, and more. The Kirikian Armenian School is very nurturing and welcomes all new students with open arms.
On Saturday, December 3rd, students were exposed to fire safety first-hand from a local expert. A dedicated member of the Tenafly fire department volunteered his time to teach our youngsters and Armenian school staff several fire safety techniques, including how to escape from a potential fire.
Everyone who attended the Fall St. Thomas Annual Bazaar and Food Festival had a wonderful time! It was the perfect weekend to coordinate with family and friends to meet up, catch up, and enjoy these homemade foods and applause-worthy exciting entertainment in the warm environment of St. Thomas Armenian Church! There was so much talent among our Armenian youth that everyone was full of joy and pride as they applauded after each performance. We are so grateful and thankful to everyone who contributed and helped make the 2016 Fall Bazaar a success!