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Koraes K-5 Fine Arts Festival ~Tuesday, May 5- 7:00-8:30 p.m. ~ East Room

 

Welcome to Koraes School, a private, parochial Prekindergarten through Eighth grade school community where our mission is to pursue excellence in academic knowledge and skills through a whole-child approach to education that fully prepares students for college, career, citizenship and the challenges of the 21st Century.                            

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Pltw-stem- 7th Grade

Pltw-stem- 7th Grade

Pltw-stem- 7th Grade

Pltw-stem- 7th Grade

Pltw-stem- 7th Grade

Pltw-stem- 7th Grade

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“Ta Nea” at Koraes This week

April 29, 2015

Dear Koraes Families and Friends,

Our seventh graders attended “Physics Day” at Six Flags on Thursday.  On this day, the students enjoyed a fun-filled, action packed adventure and learned how the laws of physics apply to their everyday world.  On Friday, our strings students attend a CSO performance to see and hear the professional musicians perform beautiful pieces of music showing them just how far they can extend their musical dreams and aspirations.  We also had the pleasure of our visiting attorneys from the Hellenic Bar Association who shared their time and talents with our middle school students.  We will share more about this learning opportunity next week.  Our KPTA will sponsor two family events this week.  On May 2nd please attend a creative night of painting and adult fellowship and on May 3rd, bring the whole family to enjoy our “Spring Fling” event.  New to Koraes this year is our Fine Arts Festival which will take place on Tuesday, May 5th    from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the East Room.  Student artwork from grades K-5 will be on display and stations will be set up for parents to collaborate on an art project with their children.  Participation in the arts benefit children in many ways, some of which include:  improved math and reading achievement, improved general cognitive abilities; improved expressive skills and self-confidence; and improved ability to collaborate and use higher-level thinking skills.

Diakonissa Mary Zaharis, PhD

Principal

 

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