NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Posted by admin on March 28, 2016
ALTA exam registration opens on March 27th and closes May 1st, 2016.
The Bulgarian Language Test ALTA is a great way to highlight your knowledge of written and spoken Bulgarian and demonstrate your interest in the Bulgarian language on your college applications. Plus, a strong score could help you fulfill a college admission requirements.*
New this year: the Bulgarian School of Seattle has made a major change to who is eligible to take the ALTA exam and to the exam requirements. Many students and families will benefit from this change. Age requirement will still be based on student school year placement in Middle or High school. All registrants will be asked about the name of their primarily school, grade level, student ID number & school district. A comments field will also be included in online registration.
REGISTRATION FEES: For all Bulgarian School of Seattle regular students $150. For all other students $380 with the requirement to take a pre-assessment.
PRE-ASSESSMENT FEE: $150.
The exam includes the ALTA Writing Skills Assessment as well as Speaking and Listening Assessment. Students who pass this exam will earn 4-5 high school World Language Credits which may be applied to any High School in Washington State. These credits will fulfill the world language requirements for high school graduation, so no other high school language classes are required for graduation. This can allow a student to use that time to take other needed high school classes or get a jump on college by taking college prep classes.
Payment must be received BEFORE May 1st. Click here to pay the exam.
Posted by admin on March 20, 2016
Bulgarian School of Seattle is partnering with Art School “Talanti”, Pleven, Bulgaria on a children exhibition project. All drawings will be shown in Pleven, Bulgaria. There are no assigned themes for the exhibition and each child can contribute up to 3 drawings. The main goal of the project is to connect children from USA and Bulgaria.
The deadline for submission is April 24th, 2016. Bulgarian School of Seattle will provide the drawing paper for all participants. All interested, parents and children, will need to contact Ms. Maya Mincheva for supplies.
If you have any further questions please contact Ms. Maya Mincheva on the following e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by admin on March 18, 2016
We are always welcoming new ideas and responding to them in a responsible and thoughtful manner! We are in a process of setting up a school library and we need some volunteers to make this possible. We need people who are able to scan or take photos of the books or DVDs front and back covers. If you have the ability to do so please get in touch with us on the following e-mail address: email@example.com
Thank you in advance! We appreciate it!
Bulgarian School of Seattle - Administration
Posted by admin on March 16, 2016
Bulgarian School of Seattle had launched several fundraising campaigns to support the school activities and operations.
Use the links below to find out more.
This campaign is featuring the coffee and cappuccino blends of SilverCup Coffee. For those of you who enjoy coffee and cappuccino, every school Sunday at our school location you can taste a cup of coffee or cappuccino prepared for tasting by our volunteers. We serve 3 different blends of coffee – French Roast (Dark), House Blend (Medium) and Swiss Water (Decaffeinated). As well as 3 different blends of cappuccino – French Vanilla (with dominating milk as an ingredient), Turtle Sundae (with even ratios of milk and coffee) and Spicy ChaiTea (for exotic taste lovers).
Silver Cup Coffee (http://silvercupcoffee.com/) is a coffee importer from Costa Rica with own roaster located at downtown Seattle. The company is a winner of awards for quality and boutique blends. The generosity of the company for fundraising campaigns is impressive – 50% of every bag of coffee or cappuccino sold is donated to the Bulgarian School of Seattle. You can purchase your coffee or cappuccino bags from a volunteer at the school or directly from our on-line store following the link below:
Our “Spring bazaar” is moving on-line to reach all of you easier! We have a new section in our store for children’s t-shirts. All shown items are donated to the school by their creator, the Bulgarian designer Mihaela Zlatinova, and in most cases are only one each. You may visit our store following the link below
In case you often shop at Target, Safeway, PCC, Albertson’s, HomeDepot, Lowe’s, Amazon, Starbucks and over 300 other store chains, restaurants, movie theaters and services (a complete list can be found below) you can participate in the donations given, between 5% and 15%, for each gift card sold through the service website ShopWithScrip.com. Registration is free. You will only need the Bulgarian school of Seattle family access code:E591742746612. The ordered gift cards can be received from an administrative associate at the Bulgarian School of Seattle or in case of an “electronic” gift card via e-mail. This is a great way to achieve more with the money you have decided to use as a gift for someone, spend on a house project, food or entertainment without sacrificing on your family budget! Thank you for your participation! You can always reach an administration associate at the school with further questions or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.