Planned Annual Events and Activities:
- Nepali School for Children
- Nepali New Year Celebration
- Online Radio
- Spring Daze
- Blood Donation
- Run for Fun
- Ramailo Saanjh (Lok Dohori)
- Ramailo Saanjh (Comedy Entertainment)
- Poetry Festival
- Academic Activities for Children & Youths
- Teej Celebration
- International Festival
- Sangalo Publication
- Dashain Celebration
- Tihar (Deusi-Bhailo) Celebration
- Adopt a Highway
- Data Collection (Census)
- Fund Raise
- Networking Events
- Nepali Movie Show
Nepali School in North Carolina
Dear Community Members,
First of all, we would like to wish you "Happy New Year 2012". May New Year bring happiness, peace, prosperity and success in your lives. As you all know, a Nepali School has been running under NCNC since 2010 to the children of our community. We would like to inform you all that the school will be continued as usual for coming days too, it is reopening since January 7th 2012, at the same venue,(594 East Chatham Street #120) by the same instructors, and at the same time (every Saturday, 3-4 P.m)). We are confident that it cannot be performed without the nurturing role of the parents, teachers, volunteers, and donors.
We expect high level of support from all of you in the days to come. In this context, we would like to request you all that we have a solid plan to run the school smoothly in conducive environment for learning and focusing on children's achievement at present, and to develop it itself as an independent institution in future. We have intended for text-book based teaching and purchasing some Saral Nepali Shrinkhala books to our students, if you are familiar with your children's grade level in Nepali language, let us know, at the same way, if you have any query regarding the Nepali school. Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Krishna Karki buwa is ready for teaching Yoga to the parents of Nepali school in the waiting period, ( 3 to 4 PM), and there are free volunteers available to teach Nepali dance if some of our children are interested in dance that's why we are looking for bigger hall or multiple rooms for multiple purpose.
If you are willing to admit to your new kid(s) in the school, you can directly bring your kids to the school.
Student, Nepali School, NC
My name is Samriddhi Sapkota. I am eight years old and live in Apex, NC with my dad, mom, and sister. I moved to the United States at the age of four. Back in Nepal, I had just started going to school. I don't remember my school, but everyone in my family tells me that I knew how to read and write in Nepali a little bit. When I moved here and when I started to go to school here, I forgot all the Nepali letters. Every morning, my dad gets on the computer and read Kantipur online news. I always wondered what he was reading.
A couple of months ago, our Nepali community in North Carolina decided to start a new Nepali class for kids like me. When I heard this, I became very happy. The first day of Nepali class, I was nervous because I did not know how to write it. In Nepali class, I learn Nepali letters and I think it's a great opportunity to learn Nepali. The class gets to listen to stories every day. We also play games. After class, we eat snacks. Sometimes, we get to teach each other. The class has to say the Nepali letters that they know. We talk to each other in Nepali.
Right now, we just finished ka, kha; and now we are starting to learn a, aa, ee, ee. The class also has homework to do at home. We talk about Nepal. The class gets their own book to write in. It is so much fun to be in the Nepali class, because you can see your friends, meet new friends, and learn Nepali. I hope I can soon read Nepali and be as cool as my sister.
The article was published in Sangalo 2011. -Coordinator