Week of June 11, 2016
Celebrating 40th Anniversary
Another Successful and Memorable School Year!
Hooray! Together, we made it again! We have another successful, exciting and memorable year in CCCS’ 40 years school history. Saturday, June 11 marks the final school day for 2015-2016. On behalf of the school, we want to express our sincere gratitude to all - teachers, volunteers, supporters, and parents - for their continuing support and help throughout the school year. You have helped CCCS become a great Chinese language and culture learning school, and we will continue it for another 40 years!
New Chair of the Parents Association for 2016-2017
Congratulations to Kim Huynh- our new Chair of Parents Association for 2016-2017. She was duly elected by the Class Representatives on May 21. Subsequently, Lisa Chu was appointed as the new PA Vice Chair. Please give them your full support and cooperation for the coming new school year.
We are indebted to Quyen King and Lin King, our current PA Chair and Vice Chair, respectively, for their unselfish and passionate contributions of their time and efforts to CCCS. We know that they will continue to help and support to the PA and school as needed.
As we constantly strive to enhance our enrichment programs (EP), we are excited to introduce three new EP classes for the coming school year. Please review the attached brief class synopsis for details. If you already have enrolled your students into a different EP class and you like to switch to one of these classes, you may request for class transfer to the new EP class of your choice.
A) Exploring Classical Chinese Values – “Dizigui”
Instructor: Seanan Fong
A second-generation Chinese American and graduate of Stanford University and Harvard University. At a young age, he studied Dizigui and was a student of Contra Costa Chinese School.
Dizigui Class Description
B) Shaolin Kungfu
Instructors: Kungfu masters from Shaolin Temple, China.
Shaolin Kungfu Class Description
Dates: Eight Day Program: Mon. 6/20 - Thur. 6/23; and Mon. 6/27 – Thur. 6/30
Time: AM Program Hours: 9:00 AM - 12:10 PM
Lunch (bring your own): 12:10 PM - 1:00 PM
PM Program Hours: 1:00 PM - 4:10 PM
Location: Diablo Valley College, classrooms to be announced.
Who Will Benefit From the Program?
- Students entering K, 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grades in Fall 2016.
- Students who want to learn and/or improve their Chinese language skills.
- Limited seats are available in both AM and PM classes.
If you are interested, please register at www.cococs.org, or inquire at email email@example.com
Help Distribute School’s Flyers
Please help post, distribute, or otherwise disseminate school flyers to your local community. Typical locations for posting are: local libraries, shopping markets, Starbucks, Peet’s Coffee, Chinese and local restaurants, etc. Certainly, by disseminating the flyers to your friends, colleagues, and neighbors would be another effective way to marketing our school programs. Thank you very much for your help and support!
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