(Beginning Korean for English Speakers)
29octAll DayNO CLASSCNU Holiday
All Day (Saturday)
5novAll DayBRUSH WRITING
A guest teacher will work with each class to teach Korean brush writing basics.
26novAll DayNO CLASSThanksgiving Holiday
10decAll DayCHRISTMAS PARTYMeet in David Student Union Building, CNU
Click on the "location" link below for the CNU campus map. David Student Union is location #11 on the map.
Click on the “location” link below for the CNU campus map. David Student Union is location #11 on the map.
David Student Union, CNU
17decAll DayNO CLASSChristmas Holiday
24decAll DayNO CLASSChristmas Holiday
31decAll DayNO CLASSNew Year
7janAll DayFan Dance / Jangu Class
We will have guest teachers
We will have guest teachers to introduce the students to the traditional Korean fan dance and Jangu (drums). The students will have an opportunity to learn the basics of the dance and the drums.
14janAll DayArt Class
We will have a guest art teacher talk to each class about the traditional Korean art. The students will make a simple piece of Korean art.
21janAll DayLunar New Year - Sebae
28janAll DaySpring Semester Begins
4febAll DayBrush Writing Class
4marAll DayFan Dance / Jangu Class
25marAll DayKimbop PTA / Math Competition Review
1aprAll DayNO CLASSCNU Holiday
8aprAll DayNO CLASSSpring Break
13mayAll DayField Day
20mayAll DayLast DayEnd of Year Ceremony / Picnic
There was an open house on 10/22/16. After a brief parents meeting, the parents were invited to observe their children's classes. We want to thank everyone who could attend!!
Picture day was September 24 and October 1. We had great fun taking class pictures and trying different poses.
Our school celebrated Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving) on September 17, 2016. Everyone got to try some songpyeon (sweet rice cakes) and made Korean hacky sack called "jegi," ending the day with a jegi-chagi contest outside.
All the students and staff were invited to wear their traditional Korean costume (Hanbok) to school for our Korean New Year celebration. The day included Korean food, games, and traditional bowing to the elders (parents) who were invited to join the celebration.
Funding requirement for running Hanaro Korean School are provided by tuitions paid by students and donations received from board members, organizations, and individuals.
Board of Directors -
Peninsula Hanaro Korean School has an active board of directors. They provide the school with educational, social, and community wide fundraising activities all year round. They are also involved in assisting students and teachers in and out of the classroom as unpaid volunteers. They help establish educational policies; deliberate on the budget and secure the financial resources to run the school; and provide various fundraising events.
Click here for a list of our board members and other contributors.
ASSISTANT TEACHERS -
Adult and High school student volunteers work closely with teachers to enhance and/or provide individual instruction and supervision. Student volunteers earn community service credits toward their high school volunteer requirements. Currently we are blessed with over 13 Assistant High School Teachers, they liven up the school and energize the students.
PARENTS ASSOCIATION -
Members volunteer for school and classroom activities. Some of the past activities that the parents association have provided are pizza parties, birthday parties, piñatas, ice cream socials, and picnics.
VOLUNTEERWe would love to have you be a part of our team of volunteers!! You can volunteer as an assistant teacher and/or to share your special talents or skills. DONATEIf you would like to make a tax deductible donation to help support our school, all amounts are welcome and helpful. Your gift will be used towards school operating costs, equipment/supplies, and special events for the students, as well as scholarships for student volunteers. Please send us an EMAIL and let us know how you would like to help.