at Box 220, #21-10405 Jasper Avenue, N.W., Edmonton, T5J 3S2 Canada
Chinese Bilingual Program in Edmonton Public Schools
The English-Chinese Bilingual Program provides the opportunity for any students within the Edmonton Public School system to learn both the English and Chinese languages and to share knowledge of the Chinese culture within the context of the Alberta curriculum. This program is unique in North America, both because it is a complete continuum of studies from kindergarten to high school graduation, and it is accomplished all during regular school hours.
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ECBEA December Meeting Notice: New Mandarin Bilingual Site at Parkallen School Speakers: Kathy Toogood, Principal and Constantine Kastrinos, EPSB Planning ECBEA Monthly Meeting Monday, December 8, 7 pm at Rosslyn School 13215 113A Street, Edmonton AB, T5E 5B9 December 8, Monday All parents/guardians of students in the Chinese bilingual program are cordially invited. AGENDA Adoption of Minutes ECBEA Reports School Reports CIE and UofA East Asian Studies Reports CBC Turkey Drive Get to know your Bilingual Program - New Mandarin Bilingual Site at Parkallen School Open Forum Minutes of the last ECBEA meeting held on November 11, 2014, at Caenarvon school can be found here.
The season is near to be thinking of the less fortunate in this great city of ours. The ECBEA is supporting the 19th Annual CBC Turkey Drive for the Edmonton Food Bank. To kick this off, PETER WONG a past-president of the ECBEA is donating 4 turkeys which is equivalent to $100. PETER has issued a challenge to all the ECBEA past-presidents to do the same or better!
Aug 30 Sat, 8-10 pm, FREE CONCERT!!! Bring the whole family to enjoy the ESO and a cast of four vocalists for a very special concert of Disney’s most famous movie scores ever – Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Mary Poppins, Aladdin, The Lion King and the Oscar®-winning song "Let It Go" from Disney’s latest hit movie Frozen. Explore Walt Disney’s stories and characters through their memorable melodies with clips and storyboard art displayed on-screen while the ESO performs in Churchill Square. And make sure to dress up as your favourite Disney character! Come out to say hi to ECBEA, look for us in the community tent. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
You heard it here first. Chengdu Performing Group will be on stage at the Chinese Pavilion at the Heritage Festival at Hawrelak Park at 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm, Sunday, July 3, 2014