Tuesday, October 23, 2012

First Georgian School in the Greater Washington, DC, Announced

a non profit 501 (c)(3) corporation, founded in 1932

Dear Friends,

The Georgian Association in the USA, in collaboration with the St. Tamar Georgian Orthodox Church congregation is pleased to announce that the first Georgian School in the greater Washington, DC area will resume classes on November 3. The purpose of the school is to preserve and pass on proud Georgian heritage, culture and history to the children of Georgian immigrant families. By attending the classes, children also will learn and improve their Georgian language skills of speaking, reading and writing.

If you are interested in enrolling your child/children in the school’s fall class, please let us know by October 27, 2011.

To meet parents’ expectations and provide the best possible learning experience, the Georgian Association, with the greatly appreciated assistance from  Mrs. Nino Meladze-Zullo will distribute a brief questionnaire for parents to fill out.  Nino has more than 11 years of experience working in early childhood education and has been running the Georgian Sunday School for the past three years. We also would be happy to provide you with more details about the school upon request.

In anticipation of a fruitful school year, we look forward hearing from you.


Nino Aduashvili
Executive Director
The Georgian Association in the USA

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