AREVIG Summer School program for Kindergarten to Grade 8 Students.
Registration will begin on April 6, 2019.
Dates of operation: July 2—26, 2019 (register for one to four weeks).
Location: 25 Forest Manor Rd Toronto M2J 1M4 (Don Mills and Sheppard).
Fee: $120 per week. Additional $30 for before 9am and after 4pm extemded care. $25 discount for 2nd, 3rd, 4th siblings.
Registration: online by visiting www.ileprograms.ca or in person at 25 Forest Manor Rd, on Saturdays (April 6, 13, May 4, 11, 25, June 1, 15 ) between 10am — 1:30pm. For registration please bring your child’s health card and Ontario Education Number (OEN). OEN can be found on your child’s report card (beside teacher’s name).
For program details please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Sossi Barounian at 416 824 0468; or Gayane Ispiryan at 647 882 0946 or Arpi Panossian at 416 939 0566.
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Թուական. 2 — 26 Յուլիս 2019
Վայր. 25 Forest Manor Rd Toronto M2J 1M4
Գումար. Շաբաթը $120, հաւելեալ $30 հսկողութիւն 9։00-էն առաջ և 16։00-էն վերջ
Արձանագրութիւն. www.ileprograms.ca կամ անձնապէս Շաբաթ օրեր, Ապրիլ 6, 13; Մայիս 4, 11, 25; Յունիս 1, 15.
St. Sahag and St. Mesrob Armenian Saturday School of Holy Trinity Armenian Apostolic Church is a caring and nurturing environment, where students have the opportunity to connect with and to immerse in their Armenian community and heritage by exploring cultural dimensions through the study of Armenian language and culture.
We offer classes in both Western and Eastern Armenian from Kindergarten to Grade 8, teaching oral communication, literature, history, culture and music. Chess, drama, dance, drawing and soccer classes are also offered in Armenian as part of the extracurricular activity.
We organize Community services such as Christmas toy drive, seniors’ home visits, walkathon.
Pilgrimage to Armenia
Every year, the School organizes a 2-week teacher-led pilgrimage to Armenia for the Grade 8 graduating class. While in Armenia, students experience the beautiful landscape and the rich culture of their ancestral homeland. They visit historic churches, monuments, and museums, an orphanage, as well as an elementary school in Yerevan and one in a village where students meet their counterparts and forge lasting friendships. This annual pilgrimage has proven to be very meaningful and transformational for our students.