End of School year at St. Sava Serbian Language School

School year 2016-2017 at St. Sava Serbian Language School concluded on Sunday, June 4th, 2017, with a wonderful program students prepared.

The year started in September 2016 with 60 children attending five classes, divided by age and present proficiency in Serbian language. The classes commence with the youngest preschool age kids and go all the way to the oldest, near-adulthood students. During the year, studies centered around anything and everything Serbian, from traditional kids’ songs and games, to Cyrillic letters and grammar, to the literary work analysis by classical Serbian authors.

The program wrapping up 2016-2017 school year presented a famous poem by Laza Kostic, “Santa Maria Della Salute,” a musical program, a skit “Deda i repa” and a two-act theatrical play, Our Class, which the students created and presented themselves.

The teachers, Silvija Jakovljevic, Milica Dozic, Mira Martinovic, Aleksandra Stefanovic and Ivana la Terza, are very proud of all the work the children and their parents have put up for the success of the school.

St. Sava Serbian School motto—it is all about the community: community engagement and work together, a sense of belonging and care for each other, which enhances everyone’s happiness and sense of worth.

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