To celebrate the Lunar New Year, the year of the Ox, which began on Feb. 12, our divisions planned lessons surrounding the holiday. One Little School student’s parent helped her child’s class learn more about Lunar New Year and practice Chinese
calligraphy. Our week-long celebration also included one of Vanessa Anderson-Zheng’s remote students playing “The Joy of Spring” on her violin for the 4s class in Chilton House, first-grade students learning to write the word “ox” in Chinese characters, and EMS Korean Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologist Elizabeth Harriman telling a story and teaching brush calligraphy, while dressed in traditional Korean clothing called a hanbok, to our fourth-graders.
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