ISW School Registrations open for Sept 2022!!
Signup by September 14, and get free books
Also announcing New School Cultural Assembly only registrations. The kids can attend and participate in Culture Assembly at 10.30 am every Sunday.
Past event, great video prepared by Mukul Agrawal
ISW Annual day pictures, feel free to add here
Donation for Teacher Appreciation 2022
Hi Parents, it is that time of year again, the academic year draws to an end. Many of you wanted to show your appreciation for the great volunteer work done by the ISW Language Teachers, Assembly Teachers and Staff. Our school has been going strong for 30 years with the support of our teachers, so thank you to them.
In 2020 $900 was donated on behalf of teachers to Greater Worcester Community Foundation GWCF for the 'First Responders Fund'.
In 2021 The donation collected for 2021 went towards the ISW building expansion fund. Once again thanks to all the teachers and volunteers for their hard work and dedication.
Should you wish to donate to teachers, you may do so at this link by the end of June 2022 and once thank you for your support. Funds will be donated as per teachers choice https://iswonline.org/page-18137
Rules for Hindi USA Certificate exam.
Register for Hindi USA Exam
1) The fees of $25 for the exam to be paid online via registration link by May 6, 2022.This fee will go to Hindi USA directly.
2) We need kids' full names in Hindi and English, so please Whatsapp their names to Ruchi
3)We don't check the test papers before mailing them back, we just proctor it.
For siblings, please register twice. Last year we had 5 students register for the exams, very proud of them.
Date of the proctored exam will be in June 2022. Will let you know soon.
Any question, please contact Ruchi Chauhan
*U for Ukraine *
Updated April 25
We are happy to report that Hindi 4 students have conclud5ed their " U for Ukraine fundraiser" on a great note raising $600 in total that will go to World Central Kitchen that is feeding people in Ukraine. Winners of the 3D Printed objects were: Bhavya Kamakolanu, Saket Gahlot, Sohan Hegde and Paarth Kapoor. In addition, Srikant Muddana (Telugu Class) won the 50% off 2022 school fees raffle. Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all the teachers, parents and volunteers for supporting the cause. Thanks to Kunal Chauhan for printing the 3D prizes.
Updated March 30
We (from the school) are organizing a fundraiser to support people of Ukraine in this crisis. We need everyone’s help and participation to make it a successful event . Our graduating students(Jaya,Adrika and Kunal) have come up with the following ideas and activities .
1. Pajama day and dance party- $2 entry ticket ( will provide packed popcorn at the end)-April 3rd - 11-11:30 am
2. Doing raffle for customized 3D printed gift (limitations apply)-$2- starts on April 3rd
3. 50% off the school fees for next year for one student, raffle-entry fees-$20
4. Bake sale (no nuts)- April 10th
5. Donors please write 'Ukraine Fundraiser" in comment box. Please use this link to make donations.
The donations will go to World Central Kitchen, four star rated charity on GuideStar.org
Any question please reach out. Shiamin, Ruchi & Sonia
All the languages, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu & Kannada will be participating
ISW Saraswati pooja
To all Parents:
Do register Words to Bhajans is the same link
ISW School is offering Sanskrit in September 2022 in partnership with Samskrita Bharati USA based in Boston.
We will start with a free introductory family workshop that will be held on April 16, Saturday, 9.30 to 4 pm. (6.5 hours, with a Potluck lunch break)
And the emphasis with Samskritam class is to have the whole family to start learning, so adults and kids are welcome.
You need to be an ISW Member to register for the school sessions when they begin, but this family workshop is open to all Sanskrit enthusiasts. If there is a second child, the registration has to be repeated. There is no cost for attendees.
For more info, please send email to email@example.com or register here
ISW Cultural & Language School has opened registrations for Kannada beginners classes. All are welcome
Open House was on February 5, 2022 and February 12, 2022. Actual classes began on March 5, 2022 and we offered two free classes. Do register for two free classes, using the registration link. If you like it, do return and pay for the classes.
We will be using the curriculum and workbooks offered by Kannada Academy. Kannada Academy is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Schools and Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
Participate in yoga and culture classes on Sundays at 10.30 am, with no extra charge
If you are interested in continuing the classes the following reduced fees and membership will be due later. You can use link to pay, once you have decided.
ISW Family Membership: $25
Kannada School Registration March - May : $65.00 (USD)
Kannada-Sibling Registration March - May : $40.00 (USD)
Thank you to Damodar Hegde for taking the lead on this new program
ISW Membership however is not refundable. For Membership, join here
For more info please contact Ruchi & Shiamin or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ISW School celebrates 30 years next year!!
In 2017, Neena Mohanka made this video (30 mins) to celebrate the 25th year. Thanks to her persistence and work with Shrewsbury Media Connection, we have this amazing visual story forever
As one of the oldest Indian Languages program in New England, ISW Cultural and Language School was started by Carolyn Passey , Nalini Goyal & Pushpa Joshi in 1992
We stand on the shoulders of our veteran volunteers Usha Verma, Priti Dayal, Nisha Bawa, Sushmita Bando, Ragini Seth, Alka Yadav-Mehta, Neena Mohanka and many more
We are fortunate to have such dedicated volunteers. The school has grown to 140 students , 5 languages and a staff of 40+ teachers.
Hope to have a get together in 2022 send email to email@example.com if interested.
Ruchi & Shiamin
ISW School assemblies are fun, remarked the students at ISW School
ISW school offers a variety of activities including crafts, religion, story time If you have an idea or want to share your travels in India or knowledge of Indian culture, please contact Ruchi.
For today’s assembly we had story time with our parent volunteer -Subhashini. She read the story from Panchtantra 'Musical Donkey' and 'Sky is falling' With our new AV equipment with the illustrations were projected on the large screen TV . Kids were very engaged and learned about the moral lesson behind the stories.
For the second part of the assembly kids participated in a winter craft lead by Our teacher Bindiya Jain and supported by our teachers ,student teachers and parent volunteers. Younger kids had a chance to decorate wooden ornaments and decorate snowman and older kids made colorful festive pop up Cards.
Kids enjoyed both activities.