Today we said bye until September to the school and the teachers.
Today we reviewed what we learned in the last couple of classes, did some crafting, danced, sang and waited for next Saturday.
We are in the middle of May and are in the rush to finish the last of our work.
All mothers joined our class "Crafts with mom" today.
Lithuanian School in Washington, Located in Vienna, Virginia is starting the student registration for 2018-2019.
Today was a beautiful day. Our students, parents and teachers had a celebration.
Today we all made invitations to our Mother's Day. This month is dedicated to books.
Thank you for the presentation on Small Lithuania to our parents: Evelina Koubayati, Vaida Ličkūnas, Linai Stanis, Ingridai and Artūrui Vorobjovams, Aušra Nativi and Indrei Martinson.
We started the morning with the presentation on Žemaitija.
Today we returned to school after our spring break.
We were all in the Easter mood this Saturday. All students were coloring eggs using wax.
Our school's community is supporting a colorful, kid's band-aid drive.
Today Lithuanian schools in the US were conducting language level testing.
Today we celebrated Lithuania's Independence restoration day. Renata read a poem by L. Petronienė.
Pelėdžiukai were drawing snow-covered trees, learned the letters Ss and Šš and new words that start with them.
Today the Lithuanian community celebrated Lithuania's Centennial.
Today we said good bye to our history teacher Povilas and wished him the best of luck back in Lithuania.
Today we gathered in the yard outside.
Today we added the last words to our tree of words.
Today all students took tests, the older students wrote essays as well.
This Saturday our little ones, Pelėdžiukai, reviewed colors, geometric shapes, numbers, learned the letter...
Between January 12-14, two of our teachers participated in a conference on Lithuanian language level A1 to B1 examination in Boston.
It seemed that this Saturday, January 13th, the Lithuanian anthem sounded more solemn, more noble.
It's fun to be back at school. The new year brought new work as well: new letters, new topics, new projects and new words on our "word tree".
Today we were visited by a few postmen. They brought and read the letters written by Santa to our children, friends, dads and moms and the school community.
Today we got the first snow. We stared at the snowflakes through the window and later ran outside to enjoy the first snow.
Today we were busy with all kinds of crafts and tasks: making Christmas ornaments, reading and learning a lot before Christmas gets here.
This year our school's kindergarten class is working with and sharing ideas with a kindergarten in Vilnius, "Vaikystės takas".
Our tree of words is growing. Some words are familiar, some are new. The students were learning about the meaning of the tree and wrote out sentences with the new words.
Today we all met at the embassy for the final gathering of our "Baltos lankos, juodos avys, kas išmano, tas jas gano" project that covered the old Lithuanian autumn gathering traditions.