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[SCCS]11/17/2017: Thanksgiving season, keep the Southern U property clean and tidy

Time: 2017-11-17 21:22:33 -- Number: 268

本周日11月19日照常上课。下周放假一次。


五号停车场不能使用

五号停车场(Lyman Center后面)由于正在修整,这个星期日不能使用。


感恩季节,请支持学校

又到了一年一度的感恩节,请大家通过不同的方法支持中文学校,学校各方面的费用每年都在增加,而学校为了减少各个家庭的负担,尽量减少各方面的开支,但学校能够可持续发展,没有足够的资金难以做到,所以希望各位能够支持,下面是几种常见的方法:

  • 如果通过Amazon购物,可以选择https://smile.amazon.com/ch/20-4180579 进入Amazon网站,这样你还是支付一样的价钱,但Amazon会按照购货额一定的百分比捐给学校。
  • 给学校捐赠,学校是501(c)3组织,你的捐赠可以免税。你可以规划一下你的税务,如果适当的捐赠可以使你的缴税下调一个bracket,那不但帮助了学校,而且帮助了自己。
  • 尽量了解公司的福利,如果有可以捐赠或单位配套的福利,请充分利用。如果不了解如何操作,请留步办公室,我们可以为你详解。
  • 帮助学校拉一些赞助,尤其是对春节晚会的赞助。

在此,感谢多位为学校捐赠的家长和老师。


请爱护南康财物

我校能够在南康这样好的环境上课,得益于南康大学对我们的长期支持,但最近南康通过不同途径向我反映,教室在中文学校使用以后变得又脏又乱,教室的地板上各种纸张乱扔,桌子和椅子也很凌乱,墙上也有小孩的涂鸦,还有小孩故意破坏学校的设备,相信这些不良行为也只是少部分学生所为,在此呼吁所有的家长,教育好你们的孩子,各个值班的家长,要及时制止任何不良行为,各位老师和班级帮忙的家长,要在离开教室的时候把教室恢复到原样。如果发现有任何人故意破坏公物,除了通知学校办公室外,请及时报警,南康校园警察电话为:203-392-5375。

请大家一起维护我们来之不易的学习环境。


华人历史课意向调查

华人在美国已经有悠久的历史,但华人对美国的贡献在美国的教科书并没有太多的叙述,怎么让你的孩子能够了解华人历史?我们非常幸运有耶鲁大学的同学为我们专门开设华人历史课,使同学不但了解华人在美国的历史,也通过学习,更好的提高演讲、研究、写作和分析问题的能力。我们正在考虑春季课程的安排,如果你的孩子(7年级以上)愿意上这门课,请花1分钟完成网上调查:https://goo.gl/forms/OgvOpAoc7dM1ikoA2


南康中文学校校长:丁俊琪


We will have our regular classes the coming Sunday (Nov. 19). The school will be close for Nov 26 to observe the Thanksgiving holiday.


Parking lot 5 will not be available this Sunday. (The parking lot just next to Lyman Center).


Please support the school

It is Thanksgiving season. Please support our school if you can. The cost for the school has been increasing every year but the school management team tries our best to keep the cost to our members as low as possible. We are expecting more voluntary support from our members so we can keep the tuition fee low. The following are several ways to support us:

If you shop in Amazon, please use the following link to check your order out: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/20-4180579. There is any additional cost for you but a small percent will be donated to our school. Every penny helps.

If you are planning your tax, please keep in mind that SCCS is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Your donation is tax-exempt.

If your company has matching fund or other funding source, please help us to get these matching fund if you can. If you have any question how to make it happen, please stop by the office and we can discuss.

If you know any business who wants to reach out the Chinese community, please tell them to support our events such as the Chinese New Year Gala.

I also want to take this opportunity to thank all these who supported our school before.


The warnings from Southern CT State University

We are luck to have the privilege to use the facility of Southern CT State University. But we have the obligation to keep the place clean and tidy. I got warnings from the university that there are many issues. Typical issues include: very messy classroom after use such as paper on floor, desks and chairs everywhere; lots of graffiti on painted walls and whiteboards, etc. Some students even vandalized the university properties. Please teach your child(ren) to protect the school properties, to keep the school and classroom tidy and clean. All teachers need to make sure the desks and chairs back to the original status when you are leaving for the day. If anyone sees anybody vandalizing university property please report it right away to University police at 203-392-5375.


Survey for the class: History of Chinese Americans

The rich history of Chinese in America spans almost five hundred years and continues to this day. Yet the important contributions of Chinese immigrants to the United States are often ignored in U.S. history classes. Now, Yale students have designed an innovative 12-week course for students at SCCS to give them the opportunity to learn this rich and poignant history.

The course is designed for 7th to 12th graders and is an ideal college-preparatory class as its structure is modeled after "college-style" lectures and discussions. Under the instruction of Yale College students, SCCS students will develop skills in public speaking, research, writing, and analytical thinking. 

If you want your child(ren) to take the class, please finish the online survey: https://goo.gl/forms/OgvOpAoc7dM1ikoA2



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