Cel i Misja Szkoły

Szkoła Języka Polskiego im. Jana Pawła II od wielu lat pełni funkcję prężnego centrum edukacji, kultury i informacji, od prawie 50 lat służąc ― najlepiej jak potrafi ― naszej lokalnej a za razem emigracyjnej społeczności. Nadrzędnym celem Szkoły jest stworzenie odpowiedniego środowiska wychowawczego dla dzieci i młodzieży, umożliwiając wszechstronny rozwój ucznia w oparciu o wartości patriotyczne. Naszym uczniom oferujemy najlepsze warunki do rozwijania umiejętności interpersonalnych, pewności siebie, poszukiwania wiedzy oraz odkrywania pasji do nauki języka Polskiego.

Our mission is to deliver an accredited curriculum program for Polish - American children in the Bay Area to enrich their connection to Polish heritage, culture, language, and history through education, dance, art, and community service.

Szkoła mocą swego posłannictwa kształtuje władze umysłowe, rozwija zdolność wydawania prawidłowych sądów, wprowadza w dziedzictwo kultury wytworzonej przez przeszłe pokolenie, kształci zmysł wartości, przygotowuje do życia zawodowego, sprzyja dyspozycjom do wzajemnego zrozumienia się...

Jan Paweł II (Włocławek 1991 r.)

School News

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Next school day – December 15th

On Saturday, December 15th, there will be early release from classes. Please pick up your children at 12:45 pm. This week there will be NO option to buy lunch at school.
From 1:00 pm children are under the care of parents.
Children who are not participating in Christmas Eve – parents, please pick your children up before 1:00 pm.
Children who stay for Christmas Eve celebration and participate in Jaselka – parents, please change your children into costumes and prepare for the performance.
Classrooms will be locked after finished classes. Backpacks can be left in the M3 room in the MPR building or taken to the car.
We start the Christmas Eve celebration at 1:00 pm with the “Jaselka” Christmas play performed by students of our school.
After the show, we share the bread and then we have Christmas Eve feast. Every family should bring a dish to share. The school provides potatoes and cheese pierogi, hot chocolate, hot apple cider, as well as mulled wine and wine (alcohol for an extra fee).
During the dinner, teachers and students from older classes organized arts and craft stations for younger children in the M2 room.
Display of the nativity scenes – we encourage children to create and show off their nativity scenes. They can be brought to the MPR room before the Jaselka performance.
After dinner, Santa will come and hand out presents. Please bring one signed gift (first and last name) to M4 room before picking up the children from classrooms.
Every year together with the Scouts we run a collection for those in need. This year, we are asking for your help for the Butte County fire victims. These families lost everything, some have already received help but we do not know exactly what they need so the best form of help would be gift cards: Visa, Mastercard, Gas, Target, Walmart, CVS, Rite Aid, Kmart, Costco, Winco, Safeway, Food Maxx . However, if you prefer to donate an item, here are suggestions: diapers for children and adults, food for babies, food for animals, toilet paper, plates, cutlery, paper napkins, personal care, disposable gloves, towels, pillows, sleeping bags, tents, eye drops, new: Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Throat Lozenges, Robitussin, Lysol, Tums, painkillers, underwear, dressings, disinfectants, inflatable mattresses, school supplies and toys for children.
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Next School Day – December 1st

Classes will be held this Saturday, December 1st.
At 9:00 am there will be the Students’ Council meeting in room no. 14.
There will be lunch for purchase ($5 per person): pizza, water, fruit. If possible, please have your child bring the exact change. Parents of kindergarten or preschool students: please have the exact change in an envelope, signed with your child’s name.

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