CNCA Nepali School Re-commences for Fall Session

After the Summer recess, The CNCA Nepali School recommences for Fall Session of the year 2016 as below:

Date of Re-Opening:  Sunday September 11, 2016.

School Time: 2:15 pm to 4:30 pm

School Venue: Western Canada High School

Address: 641 17 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2S 0B5

Parking: Parking is free of cost, and plenty of stalls are available. The parking lot is located on south of the building accessed via 19th Ave.

Information for new or perspective parents:

CNCA Nepali School is a program that is being executed very successfully adhering truly (in the literal sense) with the spirit of its motto “हाम्रो लागि हामीले चलाएको स्कुल”. The school is run completely by volunteers most of them are parents / guardians of students. In a typical school day, some volunteers enjoy their time by teaching in classrooms or coordinating school activities, while others have fun in kitchen / dining hall preparing snacks for kids, or by chatting / networking / mingling among each other over a cup of tea & refreshments. In addition, school’s gym hall is also available where everyone can participate in sport activities or wellness program such as Yoga, fitness exercises etc.

Therefore, participating in CNCA Nepali School program is not only providing opportunity for your kids to learn – speak, read & write in Nepali language and Nepalese heritage & culture; but also having a quality time for yourselves on Sunday afternoon.

The school welcomes participation from new members who’s willing to volunteer with or without enrolling their kids. Enrollment for all grades is open year-round. More information is available in CNCA Website.

 

Free Skating Program for CNCA Nepali Students

 

CNCA is organizing Children’s Skating program for its members at the University of Calgary Olympic Oval. The fee for this event will be covered by CNCA (funds collected through Deusi/Bhailo Program/other Donations).

Cost: Free for Kids only (Parents have to pay themselves)

Equipment: Rental (However, please bring ice skates and helmets if you have any).

Please confirm your kid’s participation by contacting Event Coordinator (Purnima Limbu -403-207-3306; purnimalimbu@hotmail.com).

This is a great opportunity to have fun as a group. CNCA would like to encourage you all to attend this event.

Note: All parents must sign off on waiver form prior to the event.

Nepali Movie show “Talak Jung Vs Tulke”‘

Danfe Sports Club, Calgary invites all family members to be a part of the Nepali Movie show “Talak Jung Vs Tulke” as part of their sports fund raising program for 2015. This will be a great field trip activity for our students to learn Nepali and have fun at the same time.

Children of Nepali school gets free admission.

When: 11th January, 2015 (Sunday)
Time: 2 pm
Where: Globe Cinemas, 617 8 Avenue, SW, Calgary, AB, T2P 1H1
Ticket Price: $15
No ticket required (FREE) for CNCA Nepali School Children

Ticket Coordinators
NW Calgary: Mr. Prem Gurung (403-7191477; pcgurung@hotmail.com)
SW Calgary: Ms. Sabita Basnet (403-2448026; sabitabbasnet@gmail.com)
Mr. Dibya Pradhan (403-4799275; dibya_pradhan@hotmail.com)
SE Calgary: Mr. Pritesh Pokharel (403-9036439; pritesh_raj@hotmail.com)
NE Calgary: Mr. Kul Gurung (403- 975-8463;kulbg98@hotmail.com)
University Area: Ms. Kalpana Ghimire (403-4023467; kalpanaghimire@hotmail.com).

Please attend the Nepali movie show and help raise the funds for Danfe Sports Club with their sports and social activity in Calgary.

सि एन सि ए नेपाली स्कूल मो मो प्रतियोगिता – २०१५

Nepali School will be hosting our popular annual program “Momo Day”. It will be held at Knob Hill community Center from 2:30 to 6:00pm on Sunday December 21 2014. Further details on this program closer to the date.MOMO

For new parents, here is summary of this program:

  • Each child will bring one packet of momo wrap with about 400gm of ground chicken. Ground chicken should be premixed with the necessary momo masala at home.
  • Students will assist parents and volunteers to wrap and cook momo at the venue.
  • Students will be divided into groups. Each group will perform various tasks assigned by their teacher. Task might include writing the momo recipe in Nepali, identifying all the spices and other ingredients, etc.
  • There will be judges who will quiz each group based on their vocabulary and understanding of how to cook momo. Lastly, each group will be judged on the taste and presentation on the cuisine itself.
  • Parents are encouraged to attend this program.

Nepali school would like to invite all parents, volunteers & participants of the Senior’s Program to attend this momo event.

CNCA Nepali School Open house 7-Sep-’14 (2.30 to 4.30 PM)‏‎

CNCA Nepali Language School would like to invite all interested students, parents and volunteers to come visit our open house. We are hosting open house during first day back to school on Sunday September 7th 2014 from 2:30PM to 4:30PM.
We are excited to share venue change for this school year. CBE has agreed to rent us 5 class rooms and Gym at Western Canada High school. Students will finally get to learn Nepali in real class room environment.
Please remember to bring registration fee of $20 per child on your first day of school. For returning students we will ask you to verify your registration form we have on file and ask you to update if there are any changes.

Venue:            Western Canada High School (641 17 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2S 0B5)
Parking:         Parking is free. Please park at the student parking which is located right behind western Canada High School off of 5A Street.
Entrance:       Only way of getting inside the classroom will be through student parking door off of 5A Street.
Volunteers will be available at the parking lot to  guide you through.
School Calendar: School runs every Sundays except for long weekends. Click here to see CNCA Nepali School 2014-2015 school calendar
Time:             2:30pm to 4:30pm
How to register:  You can drop by at our school on Sundays and fill out registration form
School Fee:  $20 per year
Eligible students:  Children of Nepalese origin ages (recommended 5-18).  Younger children (less than 5 yrs of age) are also eligible.
Objective:  Teach students to read, write and speak Nepali language plus teach them about Nepal and the Nepalese culture.

If you need additional information about our school, please contact us at calgarynepalese@gmail.com

We look forward to seeing you all this Sunday Sept 7 2014 from 2:30 to 4:30pm

CNCA Nepali School Book Handover – 22-Sep-’13

CNCA Nepali School donated 56 books (2 copies each) to NECASE Nepali School In Edmonton. The books were handed over to Ms Chunu Mainali, NECASE Nepali School Coordinator on 22nd September, 2013.
CNCA Nepali school was started with inspiration from NECASE Nepali School. Volunteers at these two schools have been exchanging ideas to run the program over the years.
CNCA Nepali School is proud on sharing the resources.

Manju Dahal, Chunu Mainali and Nisha Dhaubhadel

Manju Dahal, Chunu Mainali and Nisha Dhaubhadel

CNCA NEPALI SCHOOL KICK OFF MEETING – 18-AUG-’13

Teachers, Parents & Volunteers,

CNCA Nepali School for the year 2013/2014 is just around the corner. All of us need to be involved in our Nepali School  kick off meeting. The kick off meeting is going to be held on 18-Aug-’13. The venue is Knob Hill Community Center and the meeting is  from 2:30 to 5:30pm.

Volunteers are needed on various areas such as (not limited to):
–        Organize and sort recently purchased school supplies  and teaching materials from SAHLA funding
–        Plan school calendar
–        Prepare teaching plan/guide for each levels
–        And much more

CNCA is looking forward for your attendance as much as possible to run our school smoothly.