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  • 16 Nov 2020 7:52 PM | Anonymous

    Happy Diwali from all the teachers.

    We are looking forward to ISW Diwali online pooja and celebrations.   

    Do join us on ISW Facebook Live https://fb.me/e/1N47VZtD0

    on November 21, 2020 Saturday at 4 7 pm  

    There will be two dance items by 

    Young Stars Choreographer Leisha Gupta

    Aarush Mali, Aditi Menon,Ananya Menon,Anika Garge, Shaarav Gupta, Leshi Garge, Pranet Singh,Rayansh Pilli,Shagun Sunny,Srihan Yediapalli, Vedant Vyas, Sanvika Sai Karamalaputi

    The Festive Dancers Choreographer Tanushree Nekanti 

    Atharv Mishra,,Diya Narendra,Ria Seth,,Rudra Vyas, Satvik Yediapalli, Sohan Hegde, Sonakshi Pillai


    Next Day we will be hosting Shrewsbury's Got Talent Contest in collaboration with Spirit of Shrewsbury

    November 22, 2020 Sunday at 2 - 3 pm 

    ---Ruchi Chauhan and Shiamin Melville


  • 1 Nov 2020 1:14 PM | Anonymous

    Preeti Khilani -Jeet & Arnav's Mom   

    Chocolate Barfi

    This is a simplified, kid friendly, microwave version of barfi.

    Ingredients :

    2 cups whole milk powder (available at any grocery store in the aisle with the Hershey syrup/hot cocoa)

    1 can condensed milk 14 oz

    1/2 cup unsalted butter (1 stick)

    1/2 tsp fine Elachi/cardamom powder

    1 tsp rose water

    1 bag semi-sweet chocolate chips (8-10 oz bag)

    2 tbsp heavy whipping cream

    Silver leaf/nuts/rose petals for the top

    Supply list :

    One big 6 cup, one small 2 cup and one 1 cup - all microwave safe bowls. 2 spatulas, measuring cups and spoons, parchment paper, a square or rectangle dish to set the Mithai in. A microwave and heat safe gloves or pot holders.

    Steps for white barfi layer :

    1. Prepare a tray.  I used a square 8x8 pan. Line it with a parchment paper. Grease the paper so it is easy to remove the Mithai form it. Make sure there is a little overhang of the paper, it makes it easier to lift out the Mithai.

    2. In a large microwave safe bowl, place butter and microwave until melted (about a minute). 

    3. Add condensed milk and milk powder and whisk well. Microwave on high for one minute and then mix very well again.

    4. Back in the microwave for 1 more minute, remove and mix it well again.

    5. Microwave for 30 seconds this time, remove & mix, back in for 30 more seconds. Remove & mix

    6. Add the Elachi powder and rose water. Mix well and put it in the prepared tray and spread evenly. Put this in the refrigerator for 1 hr.

    Steps for chocolate layer :

    1. Take the chocolate chips in microwave safe bowl and put it in the microwave for 30 seconds. Remove & stir.

    2. Microwave for 30 seconds and mix well again.

    3. Back in the microwave for 20-30 seconds, depending on microwave power. Remove and stir. At this point the chocolate chips should have completely melted.

    4. In another bowl take the heavy cream and heat it for 10 seconds in the microwave.

    5. Mix this well with the melted chocolate. If the chocolate starts to seize, put it back in the microwave for 10-15 seconds.

    6. Spread this evenly on the barfi layer.

    7. Decorate with your choice of nuts/chocolate chips/rose petals/silver leaf.

    8. Refrigerate for 2 hours.

    9. Remove for refrigerate, lift it out and cut into desired shape shape with a knife. Enjoy !

    Microwave steps :

    Butter - 1 min

    Milk powder & condensed milk, mix - 1 min

    Mix - 1 mix

    Mix - 30 seconds

    Mix - 30 seconds

    Separate bowl, Chocolate chips - 30 seconds

    Mix - 30 seconds

    Mix - 20-30 seconds

    Separate bowl, cream - 10 seconds

    Combine the 2 , mix - 15 seconds

    Tips - refrigerating the layers makes spreading the next one easier to spread.

    Have fun with the toppings - get creative.

    Use a hot knife to get clean cuts on the barfi - I run my knife in very hot water, wipe it dry and cut, do this for every other cut.

    Preeti Khilani -Jeet & Arnav's Mom   For more info or how to order homemade mithai text  Preeti at 508-631-5239


  • 1 Nov 2020 12:55 PM | Anonymous

    Namaste Parents,

    Thanks to Alka ji for the Yoga classes. A lot of families joined in.

    Please check the schedule below for this weekend:

    Oct 31 - Nov 1 (Daylight savings time ends – set clocks back one hour on Sat 2AM)-

    (Saturday)10:00am – 11:30am – Telugu

    (Sunday) 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class (Session 1)

    11:00am - 11:30 am – Diwali Assembly Link- https://meetingsamer2.webex.com/meetingsamer2/j.php?MTID=md38c122632e529e987e3ca51ce084a3e

    1)This Sunday, for assembly we will be making Diwali sweet ( kids version) and listening to a Diwali story. Please note down the ingredients needed for Chocolate Barfi-

    Ingredients -

    2 cups whole milk powder (available at any grocery store in the aisle with the Hershey syrup/hot cocoa)

    1 can condensed milk 14 oz

    1/2 cup butter (1 stick)

    1/2 tsp fine Elaichi powder

    1 tsp rose water

    1 bag semi-sweet chocolate chips (8-10 oz bag)

    2 tbsp heavy whipping cream

    Silver leaf/nuts/rose petals for the top.

    Supply list -

    One big 6 cup, one small 2 cup and one 1 cup - all microwave safe bowls.

    2 spatulas,

    measuring cups and spoons, parchment paper,

    a square or rectangle dish to set the Mithai in.

    A microwave and heat safe gloves or pot holders and a knife( to cut barfi)

    2) Also, This Sunday Kids are welcome to wear and show their Halloween costume during their class and assembly. It will be fun.

    3) If anyone is interested in joining a group Diwali dance, please send an email to school@iswonline.org with your name, age and gender. The event is to be held virtually on November 21st (Sunday).

    4)A message from Cultural Diwali team-(Virtual on Nov 21st)

    In addition to cultural programs, this year we thought it would be nice to include a Diya painting contest. Can we ask you to spread awareness about this Diya painting contest during the weekend Language/Cultural School?

    Here's what the competition is about -

    This will be a Diwali Diya contest. Draw a diya, paint a diya, decorate a clay diya, make a clay diya from scratch - let your imagination run wild. Participants of all ages welcome.

    Send us a short video (Max 1 min) explaining your art work and creation.

    Please send us your videos LATEST by Mon, Nov 16.

    Registration link -

    Registration Form - ISW Diya Painting Contest 2020

    11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi Tamil and Gujarati class (Session )

    Ruchi Chauhan and Shiamin Melville

    (508)439-7607 (508)353-4316


  • 12 Oct 2020 4:46 PM | Anonymous

    This is the webex link

    https://meetingsamer2.webex.com/meetingsamer2/j.php?MTID=mfcdcca08f7450106d4cc81f3a6686fd0

    When Sun every Sunday for Yoga & Assembly  & religion

    15 mins before to login, actual class at 11.00 am to 11.30 am

    10:45am – 11:45am (EDT) Meeting time set up



  • 8 Oct 2020 9:30 PM | Anonymous
    Current Teacher Child First Name Child Last Name
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Akash Shanbhag
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Anisha Sarkar
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Arvin Sharma
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Aryan Agnihotri
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Benjamin Marjault
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Chaitanya Jaiswal
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Diya Nowley
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Jash Afini
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Kian Rao
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera KRISHAA JAGASIA
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Mansi Singh
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Maya Bhardwaj
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Mughilan Dayalan
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Myra Mehrotra
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Paarth Kapur
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Prachi Nayak
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Pranet Singh
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Saachi Pujary
    Hindi K1 Beg Suchitra Agrawal/Mansi Gera Saisha Kulkarni
    Hindi K1 Adv  Anju Shukla/Abhiram Singh AARUSH MALI
    Hindi K1 Adv  Anju Shukla/Abhiram Singh Agasthya Kesani
    Hindi K1 Adv  Anju Shukla/Abhiram Singh Anisha Vipul
    Hindi K1 Adv  Anju Shukla/Abhiram Singh Luke Marjault
    Hindi K1 Adv  Anju Shukla/Abhiram Singh Ruhan Lavana
    Hindi K1 Adv  Anju Shukla/Abhiram Singh Samyuktha Rangarajan
    Hindi K1 Adv  Anju Shukla/Abhiram Singh Shaarav Gupta
    Hindi K1 Adv  Anju Shukla/Abhiram Singh Tanvi Badenehal
    Hindi K1 Adv  Anju Shukla/Abhiram Singh Vashista Kesani
    Hindi K1 Adv  Anju Shukla/Abhiram Singh  Aarika  Singh
    Hindi K2 Anu Debroy/Aanya Sachdeva Aayushi Das Gupta
    Hindi K2 Anu Debroy/Aanya Sachdeva Ishan Dixit
    Hindi K2 Anu Debroy/Aanya Sachdeva Niti Singh
    Hindi K2 Anu Debroy/Aanya Sachdeva Ria Seth
    Hindi K2 Anu Debroy/Aanya Sachdeva Saket Gahlot
    Hindi K2 Anu Debroy/Aanya Sachdeva Shagun Sunny
    Hindi K2 Anu Debroy/Aanya Sachdeva Vaishnavi Jaiswal
    Hindi K2 Anu Debroy/Aanya Sachdeva Yash Capila
    Hindi 1 Pooja Shrivastava/Priyanka Verma Arush Jagan
    Hindi 1 Pooja Shrivastava/Priyanka Verma DARSH NAYAK
    Hindi 1 Pooja Shrivastava/Priyanka Verma Diya Narendra
    Hindi 1 Pooja Shrivastava/Priyanka Verma DRISHTI JAGASIA
    Hindi 1 Pooja Shrivastava/Priyanka Verma Hena Babani
    Hindi 1 Pooja Shrivastava/Priyanka Verma Kavya Shah
    Hindi 1 Pooja Shrivastava/Priyanka Verma Navyaa Gupta
    Hindi 1 Pooja Shrivastava/Priyanka Verma Nishta Kumar
    Hindi 1 Pooja Shrivastava/Priyanka Verma Vedika Bhardwaj
    Hindi 1 Pooja Shrivastava/Priyanka Verma Vidit Mahawar
    Hindi 2 Beg Divya Gahlot Aarit Shrivastava
    Hindi 2 Beg Divya Gahlot ARYAN DAS
    Hindi 2 Beg Divya Gahlot Jeet Khilnani
    Hindi 2 Beg Divya Gahlot Praneh Singh
    Hindi 2 Adv Bindiya Jain Ayan Mishra
    Hindi 2 Adv Bindiya Jain Dhruv Jagan
    Hindi 2 Adv Bindiya Jain Divya Singh
    Hindi 2 Adv Bindiya Jain Ishita Agrawal
    Hindi 2 Adv Bindiya Jain Rivya Shrivastava
    Hindi 2 Adv Bindiya Jain Samvriddhi Shukla
    Hindi 2 Adv Bindiya Jain SOHAN HEGDE
    Hindi 2 Adv Bindiya Jain  Akhil  Shanbag
    Hindi 3 Beg Rangarajan Arnav Khilnani
    Hindi 3 Beg Rangarajan Neel Afini
    Hindi 3 Beg Rangarajan Nimish Kunte
    Hindi 3 Beg Rangarajan Surabhi dindore
    Hindi 3 Beg Rangarajan Tanushree Nekenti
    Hindi 4  Sonia Gera Aashi Gupta
    Hindi 4  Sonia Gera Diya Sadhu
    Hindi 4  Sonia Gera Kunal Chauhan
    Hindi 4  Sonia Gera Leisha Gupta
    Hindi 4  Sonia Gera Prachet Mahawar
    Hindi 4  Sonia Gera Priyanshu Sahu
    Hindi 4  Sonia Gera Tanvi Gahlot
    Hindi 4 Sonia Gera Jaya Singh
    Hindi 4 Sonia Gera Safalta Shukla
     Hindi ++Adv Asha ji/Neha Singh Aaryan Bhatt
    Hindi ++Adv Asha ji/Neha Singh Ishan Jain
    Hindi ++Adv Asha ji/Neha Singh Krish Jain
    Hindi ++Adv Asha ji/Neha Singh Yaaminii Bhardwaj
    Hindi ++ Kinkin Kumari Dhruv Jain
    Hindi ++ Kinkin Kumari Jiya Sharma
    Hindi ++ Kinkin Kumari Rishi Jain
    Hindi ++ Kinkin Kumari Sanjana Pillai
    Hindi Adult -Renu Bhardwaj Matthew Willington
    Hindi Adult -Renu Bhardwaj Melike Sayoglu
    Hindi Adult -Renu Bhardwaj Padma Asankar


  • 4 Oct 2020 11:39 AM | Anonymous

    Our first classes were held on September 26-27. It was really great to see all the smiling faces.

    Please check the schedule for this week-:

    October 3-4

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

    Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Language class Session 1 (Hindi)

      11:00am – 11.30 am – Assembly Art with Priya Vaidya(Diwali Card) Please use the following Webex link to join the Art Assembly.

    ISW Diwali Craft by Priya Vaidya, starts at 11 am officially

    When Sun Oct 4, 2020 10:50am – 11:40am (EDT)
    Where https://meetingsamer2.webex.com/meetingsamer2/j.php?MTID=md38c122632e529e987e3ca51ce084a3e

    Please have the following supplies available for this activity.

    Glue stick, scissors, pencil, sharpie, white paper A4 size, (or blank greeting card), different color post it. Any stickers they want to use for decoration per choice.

     11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    PS: Hindi books have been ordered and should be here soon for pick up at India Center.

       If you have any questions, please reach out to us.

    Thanks,Ruchi Chauhan and Shiamin Melville

    (508)439-7607            (508)353-4316


  • 3 Oct 2020 12:02 PM | Anonymous

    ISW GUJARATI SCHOOL 

    Courses

    Year 1: - Praranbhik 

    Syllabus – 1 Grid 

                       2 Gujarati Varna Parichay – 1 (J 2251)

                       3 Gujarati Varna Parichay – 2 (J 2252)

                       4 Gujarati Pravesh – Part 1 – (J 2111)

                       5 Gujarati Pravesh – Part 2 – (J 2112)


    (Book – Navnit Publication Ahmadabad) 


    TEACHER: -  Krishnaa Amin 


    DUTIES: 1 - Compulsory -Register - Discipline - Homework - Cultural - Test – Examination.  

                    


    DATE & TIME: Every Sunday 11.30 AM TO 12:30 PM


    TASK 


    To be able to speak, read, write and understand Gujarati Alphabets Letters, in order as

    well as individually. They must speak clearly using the correct sounds. They must say it together as well an individually. 


    They be able to Speak, Read, Write and understand numbers from 1 to 20.

    They be able to learn vegetables, fruits name and all colours in Guajarati. 

    They be able to write their name in Guajarati.


    Written practice for letters and words can be followed as in book.

    The worksheets for letters, pictures can be prepared to teach.


    Teachers can breakdown the syllabus term wise according to the ability & co-operation of students and divide them into groups.


    At all-time Gujarati and English must be spoken in the class.













    Year 2 : - Pravesh

    Syllabus – 1 Learn with picture – 1 

                       2 Learn with picture – 2 

                       

    (Book – Navnit Publication Ahmadabad) 


    TEACHER: - Krishnaa Amin/Vaishali Amin 


    DUTIES: 1 - Compulsory -Register - Discipline - Homework - Cultural - Test – Examination.  

                    

    DATE & TIME: Every Sunday 11:30 AM TO 12:30 PM


    Task: - 


    To be able to speak, read, write and understand all Gujarati alphabets from the beginning to

    and in order. They must speak clearly using the correct sounds. They must say it together as well as individually. They should be able to use barakhadi to write and read two, three or more letter simple words -by pictures as well as words and know the meaning in English. They should be able to speak, read, write and understand all the vowels. They should be able to make small simple three to

    four words sentences. 


    They must be able to Speak, Read, and understand numbers from 1 to 50.

    They be able to Speak and understand all seven Days and time of the day.


    The class can be distributed into groups by the ability and the age of the students.

    Teachers can breakdown the syllabus term wise according to the ability & co-operation of

    Students and divide them into groups.


    At all time Gujarati and English must be spoken in the class. 



    Year 3: Parichay


    Syllabus: - Speak well English – (Gujarati) (G 0503)

                       (Book – Navnit Publication Ahmadabad) 


    TEACHER: -  Krishnaa Amin/Vaishali Amin 


    DUTIES: 1 - Compulsory -Register - Discipline - Homework - Cultural - Test – Examination.  

                    

    DATE & TIME: Every Sunday 11:30 AM TO 12:30 PM


    Task: - 

    To be able to speak, read, write and understand all Gujarati alphabets from the beginning and in order. They should be able to speak, read, write and understand all the vowels. They must write in print quality. They must speak clearly using the correct sounds. They must say it together as well as individually. They should be able to use barakhadi. to write and read two, three or more letter simple words.  They should be able to make small simple three to four words sentences. 


    They should be able to translate simple sentences English - Gujarati -English. They should have knowledge of simple grammar, such as gender, noun, pronoun etc. 


    At all time Gujarati and English must be spoken in the class 



    Year 4: Vikaas  


    Syllabus: - 1 Speak well English – (Gujarati) (G 0503)


    (Book – Navnit Publication Ahmadabad) 


    TEACHER: - Krishnaa Amin/Vaishali Amin

    DUTIES: 1 - Compulsory -Register - Discipline - Homework - Cultural - Test – Examination.  


    DATE & TIME: Sunday 11:30 AM TO 12:30 PM


    Task: - 


    They should be able to make sentences. They should be able to translate sentences and paragraphs into English to Gujarati to English. They should have knowledge of simple grammar, such as all three Tenses etc. They should read fluently. They should be able to speak small stories. They must be able to Speak, Read, Write & understand numbers from 1 to 100, 1000 and1 to 100 in words. . Students should be able to read and write joined-up letters. 


    It is important to concentrate on correct pronunciation when reading takes place & the

    correct basic way of writing should be followed.


    The class can be distributed into groups by the ability of the students.


    At all time Gujarati and English must be spoken in the class 



    Year 5: - PRE GCSE Level 


    Syllabus:   1 Speak well English – (Gujarati) (G 0503)

                          From Lesson no 46/page 204 to lesson 59 / page 270

                          (Concentrate on Relevancy)

                      2 Sundar baal vartao dhoran 2 (M2262)  

                      3 Gujarati Nibandhmala – Dhoran 2,3,4


    (Book – Navnit Publication Ahmadabad) 


    TEACHER: -  Krishnaa Amin/Vaishali Amin

    DUTIES: 1 - Compulsory -Register - Discipline - Homework - Cultural - Test – Examination.  

                    

    DATE & TIME: Sunday 11:30 AM TO 12:30 PM

    Task: - 


    They should be able to make sentences. They should be able to translate sentences and paragraphs into English to Gujarati to English. They should have knowledge of simple grammar, such as all three Tenses, adjective, adverb etc. They should read fluently. They should be able to speak small stories and small essays. They should know the Gujarati calendar months.


    The class can be distributed into groups by the ability of the students.


    At all-time Gujarati and English must be spoken in the class 



    Year 6: - GCSE Level 


    Syllabus: - 1 Speak well English – (Gujarati) (G 0503)

                         (Concentrate on Relevancy)

                          From Lesson no 60/page 280 to lesson 64 / page 361

                       2 Gujarati Nibandhmala Dhoran 5,6,7 (E3207)

                         (For 1 & 2 Book – Navnit Publication Ahmadabad) 

                       3 OCR - Gcse old Question Paper

                       4 Gujarat Samachar – for advert.

                       5 OCR vocabularies – pdf  & GCSE level Topics 

                       6 Gujarati Language for GCSE by Kanta Shah, Neelkamal 

                          Level 7 


    TEACHER: -  


    DUTIES: 1 - Compulsory -Register - Discipline - Homework - Cultural – Mock – Examination as OCR level 

                    

    DATE & TIME: Every Sunday 11:30 AM TO 12:30 PM


    Task: - 


    They should be able to make sentences. They should be able to translate sentences and paragraphs into English to Gujarati to English. They should have knowledge of grammar. They should read fluently. They should be able to speak, write stories and essays.


    It is important to concentrate on correct pronunciation when reading takes place & the

    Correct basic way of writing should be followed.


    The class can be distributed into groups by the ability of the students.


    Teachers can breakdown the syllabus term wise according to the ability & co-operation of

    Students and divide them into groups.


    At all-time GUJARATI must be spoken in the class.



    Year 7 – A level 


    Syllabus: - 1 Standard 8, 9th Gujarati Nibandha mala (E 3209)

                       2 Standard 10th Gujarati Nibandhmala (E 3210) 

                       3 Standard 8th Guajarati subject book (from Gujarat)

                       4 General knowledge in Gujarati 

                       5 OCR – old stuff

                                  (1,2 Navnit Publication Ahmadabad )




  • 22 Sep 2020 8:28 PM | Anonymous
    Current Teacher Child First Name Child Last Name
    Gujarati Arjun Patel
    Gujarati Jaineel Joshi
    Gujarati Arnesh Mehta
    Gujarati Sanvi Amin
    Gujarati Sahir Amin
    Gujarati Mahek Raval
    Gujarati Samik Shah
    Gujarati Vedant Vyas
    Gujarati Rudra Vyas
     Gujarati  Taj  Desai
    Gujarati Naavya
    Raghavendra
    Gujarati Aadhya Raghavendra
    Marathi Aaryan Pawar
    Marathi Anaya Wasekar
    Marathi Ishaan Kavdikar
    Marathi Arush Jagan
    Marathi Shriya Marathe
    Marathi Tanvi Kunte
    Marathi Vivan Kamble
    Marathi SAANVI KHARE
    Marathi SHAARAV KHARE
    Marathi Avnee Ambade
    Marathi Saket
     Nikte
    Marathi Anvaya  Parab
    Marathi  Ananya  Parab
     Marathi  Anisha  Parelkar
    Tamil Sneha Nagarajan
    Tamil Preethi Sivashankar
    Tamil Shruti Sivashankar
    Tamil Aditya Nambi
    Tamil Arjun Nambi
     Tamil Thanush Karthik
    Telugu Sanvika Sai Karamalaputi
    Telugu Riyansika Pilli
    Telugu Rayansh Pilli
    Telugu Keerthi Penmetsa
    Telugu Sahiti Penmetsa
    Telugu Yajas Devaguptapu
    Telugu Pragnya Susarla
    Telugu Pranav Susarla
    Telugu Bhavya Kamakolanu
    Telugu Tanvi Bollu
    Telugu Tarun Bollu


  • 20 Sep 2020 8:55 PM | Anonymous

    ISW Open House Sept 20th 2020 Sunday 10.00 am – 11:30am (EDT)

    https://shiaminmelville.my.webex.com/shiaminmelville.my/j.php?MTID=mec49b362c5e7a6a61a246d330b35f758

    Agenda:
    1) Share School schedule - Sep - May 2021 (with a survey to be done about 'in person classes' in January)
    2) Description of the Online Program and safe online etiquette.
    3) Brief summary of ISW expansion
    4)Teacher Introductions- We'll be asking everyone to turn off their video when we introduce each ISW teacher
    (order will be Hindi K1 Beg first).
    5)Questions & Answers
    6) National Anthem

  • 17 Sep 2020 9:06 AM | Anonymous

    SCHEDULE 2020–2021 Saturdays & Sundays. (scroll down for complete list)

    ISW LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL SCHOOL  Established 1992

    Students from all language encouraged to attend cultural assembly & yoga

    September 20– Open House 10-11 am 

    10:00am – Information Session, teacher introductions


    September 26-27 – First semester

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Language class Session 1

    11:00am – 11:30am – No Assembly

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    Sat September 26 & Sun September 27, 2020, ‘Spirit of Shrewsbury’ Online

          

    October 3-4

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

    Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Language class Session 1

           11:00am – 11.30 am – Assembly ART

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    Signups for Diwali Dance (TO BE CONFIRMED)

    October 10-11  – (Columbus Day weekend)

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Language class Session 1

           11:00am – 11.30 am – Yoga with Alka Mehta

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2 

    October 17-18 – Navratri Begins Sat

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

                        Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

           11:00am - 11:30 am – Religion and Indology

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

                          


    October 24-25 – Navratri ends Sunday

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

                        Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am – 11.30 am – Yoga with Alka Mehta

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    Diwali joint event with WAM, Worcester Art Museum – TBD

    Non Indian food collection for Diwali - TBD

    Oct 31 - Nov 1 (Daylight savings time ends – set clocks back one hour on Sat 2AM)

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30 am – TBD

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    ISW DIWALI Puja and Cultural program TBD

    November 7-8

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

           11:00am - 11:30am – Yoga with Alka Mehta

    11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    November 14-15 – DIWALI – school closed

    November 21-22

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00 am – 11.30 am –Religion and Indology

    11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    November 28-29

    Thanksgiving weekend – NO SCHOOL

    Sunday, December 6th 2020 – ISW Christmas TBD

    December 5-6– – (Set up Giving Tree with tags)

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30am – Assembly: Ramona Michaels & Xmas Story

    11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

         December 12-13 – (Giving Tree: Collect Mittens: Walmart gift cards)

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

           11:00am – 11.30 am Yoga with Alka Mehta

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

         December 19-20 – (Giving Tree: Collect Mittens: Walmart gift cards)

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

             11:00am – 11.30 am – Religion and Indology

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

                      

    December 26-27 Merry Christmas – NO SCHOOL

    January 2-3 – Happy New Year - Welcome back 2021

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

           

           11:00am 11:30am – Assembly Music with Sarita Deshpande

                              OR   Assembly (Lohri, Pongal, Makar Sankranti)

    11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    January 9-10

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30am –Yoga with Alka Mehta

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    Jan 15 Shrewsbury School closed – Prof dev day

    Jan 18 Shrewsbury school Closed – MLK Jr Day

    January 16-17 MID YEAR LANGUAGE EXAM

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30am –Religion and Indology

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2   

     

    Telugu School Sankranthi Celebrations - Saturday January 16th TBD

    January 23-24 – 2nd session begins (Hindi Teachers Meeting – TBD)

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30am – Yoga with Alka Mehta (Assembly Republic Day with Sharad Mehta)

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    January 24th ISW General Body Meeting, 2 pm

       February 6-7

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

             11:00am - 11:30am – Assembly Music with Sarita Deshpande

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

          

    February 13-14 NO SCHOOL – WINTER VACATION

    February 20-21

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30am – Religion and Indology

            11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

          

    February 27-28

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30am – Yoga with Alka Mehta

            11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    March 6-7

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30am – Music class with Sarita Deshpande

            11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    March 13-14 (Daylight savings time-set clock ahead one hour Sat 2AM)

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

           10:30am – 11.30 am ISW Saraswati Puja TBD

            11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

             

    March 20-21

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

           11:00am - 11:30am – Religion and Indology

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

      March 27-28 – Holi is March 29th

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30am –No Yoga TBD TEACHERS Meeting

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    April 3-4

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30am – ISW Bollyfit teacher Sunita Kalyani

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    April 10-11

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30am – Yoga with Alka Mehta

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    April 17-18 - NO SCHOOL SPRING VACATION (Ram Navmi, Baisakhi)

    April 24-25

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30am – Yoga with Alka Mehta

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    May 1-2 - FINAL EXAM (TBD)

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30am – Cultural assembly TBD

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

      

    May 8-9 - FINAL EXAM (TBD) Mother’s Day, School is being held

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30am – Yoga with Alka Mehta

           11:30am – 12:30 pm – Marathi, Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

     

    May 15-16

    Saturday 10:00am – 11:30am –Telugu

           Sunday 09:30am - 10:30am – Hindi class Session 1

            11:00am - 11:30am – Assembly: Dharmic Jeopardy No Yoga

            11:30am – 12:30 pm –Tamil and Gujarati class Session 2

    Sunday May 23 –Annual Program - 11.30 to 2.30

    Mass Audubon's Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary off Route 20 Worcester

    LAST DAY ANNUAL PROGRAM on Sunday May 23


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