CAPA seminar: It will be conducted in English.
Here I come，Middle School: A Successful Transition from Elementary to Middle School
When: Saturday, March 18th 3:30-5:30pm
Where: Patapsco room, HCLS Miller Library
9421 Frederick Road, Ellicott City 21042
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華府素友會(IOTA Chapter) 2017 年度華裔青年獎學金通告 – Community Info Share
獎學金項目(Scholarship Categories)；Website: rhopsi.org
1. 科技獎學金 (Science／Technology Scholarship) Appl. due: 2/28/2017；Project due: 3/25/2017
2.領導服務獎學金(Comm. Service/Leadership Scholar ship) Appl. due: 3/18/2017；Award notify: 4/21/2017
3. 升學輔助獎學金 ( Needed Base Scholarship) Appl. Due: 3/31/2017；Award notify: 4/15/2017
4. 藝術獎學金(幼兒至 青少年- under 7 to high schoolers Drawing and Painting Art Scholarship)；Appl. Due: 3/31/2017
5. 體育獎學金（Tennis and Golf Sport Scholarship) Appl. Due: 3/15/2017；Winner notify: 3/31/2017
Just want to let you know that there will be an update meeting on the international (Chinese) language and synergy (online) teachings at River Hill High School Media Center tomorrow night, Thursday, Nov. 10 2016 at 7:30PM. There will be four people from HCPSS central office and four people from River Hill High School.
I am sorry for this really short notice. The original time proposed by RHHS staff was Nov. 15 such that I was thinking I still have time to send out the meeting notice after the heated presidential election. However, this morning, they told me the difficulty of scheduling and changed it to tomorrow night suddenly without much options for another time.
Thanks for coming.
After Mr. Alan Kittleman’s seminar last time, we received a very good response from the parents and children. This time, we were honored to have Delegate Clarence Lam to giving seminar to our Youth Leadership Program at Miller Library on Saturday 4/23/2016. We had around 95 audiences, parents and children.
As a Chinese American living here, there are some unique challenges we need be aware while raising our children. For example, in general we put much focus on academic excellence. We always have a pressure to excel in the field which sometimes unintentionally is carried out to pressure on our kids. We have difficulty helping our kids to address peer pressure in this multi-culture, multi-racial environment. We may sometimes have certain expectation on our kids which collides with our kids’ freeodom of choice.
Dr. Clarence Lam gave us a very good and insightful reference. He shared so many unique personal experiences while he grew up. He shared his thoughts on community engagement. He shared his experience in the state delegate.
I always tell other parents that even we don’t have solutions for those problems our children face, we should be aware of those problems. If we could not find a proper solution ourselves, we can ask help from our community.
Early voting starts today. New Maryland law “same day registration” took effect this year: if you did not register to vote in the primary, you can still register at the poll site and vote. If you missed the deadline to register to vote in the primary, you can register at the early voting centers. State elections officials say you must bring a document proving your residency. Once you are registered you can then vote on the same day. Ref http://www.wbal.com/article/156498/2/early-voting-starts-today-in-maryland
It is unbelievable I could not get this information on the State Election WEbsite: http://www.elections.state.md.us/voting/.
From April 14 through 21, between 10am and 8pm, there are three early voting locations:
- The Florence Bain Center in Columbia,
- The Miller Branch Library in Ellicott City,
- The Ridgely’s Run Community Center in Jessup.
It seems we should have more locations for early voting.
Did you vote today? Did you participate in our poll and use it as a reference ? If so, would you mind leaving a message below. You don’t need register to leave a message.
After our BOE candidate forum held the Chinese School of Columbia on Sunday April 10, 2016, I created this survey to help us get a better sense in the community.
Under each candidate name, I highlighted their talking points. Several general points were shared by all: more budget oversight, more diversity, more Asian American History in the class.
Please select six. Each IP can only vote once. So please pick up to six candidates to vote. You will not be able to vote twice.
Note in the election, you can only vote for three candidates. We can vote top three or choose three from top six candidates (around 50% cut off) to vote.