Antolin Newsletter January: Older Students read to younger . . .

                      


1. January, 2013

Liebe Eltern und Schüler!

Hoffentlich sind Sie alle gut in das Neue Jahr gekommen und kaum hat es angefangen, haben wir schon wieder Deutsche Schule. Vielleicht lässt sich in der verbleibenden Ferienzeit noch ein bisschen Zeit für ein deutsches Buch finden, denn wie Sie ja wissen, das Lesen hilft Ihren Kindern ungemein. Ob nun allein oder mit den Eltern, ob ein Pixi-, Bilderbuch oder ein Jugendroman, die Kinder profitieren ungemein.

Am Samstag vor unserer Weihnachtsfeier wurden einige der jüngeren Klassen von den Mädchen der Sprachdiplomklasse besucht. Die “Groβen” haben den “Kleinen” eine altersgerechte Geschichte vorgelesen. Dies war ein erster Versuch und es hat sich gezeigt, dass alle sehr angetan waren. Die Kleinen haben gespannt zugehört, was denn die Groβen da so erzählen, und die Groβen konnten feststellen, dass sie doch eine Menge können und fühlten sich sehr bestätigt. Zu einem geeigneten Zeitpunkt wollen wir so eine Aktion wiederholen.

Liebe Schüler, bitte punktet weiter mit Antolin. Neue  Bücher warten auf Euch an der Schule. Bitte seid richtig fleissige Leseratten!!

Eure Katja Dell

Kommt, lest mit mir!

The younger students were in for a treat when older students came for a visit to read to them on December 1, 2012. Ms. Dell’s class prepared to read to younger to give students an understanding of what they can accomplish in a few years of studying German. The younger students were exited to listen to the stories and getting to know some of the “big” kids in our school. It was a fun event that we intend to repeat in the future! Please see pictures above from Ms. McBride’s class.

 

President of the German School of Atlanta Receives the Federal Republic of Germany Friendship Award

Dec 13, 2008

German Consul General Lutz Görgens presented Gabriele (Gaby) Beyer, the newly elected President of the German School of Atlanta, with the “Federal Republic of Germany Friendship Award” during the school’s Christmas celebration last Saturday.

Ms. Beyer was honored for her outstanding commitment in promoting excellent relations between Germany and the United States, especially in regard to her crucial role in strengthening and building the German School of Atlanta which is celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year.

The Friendship Award is given every year by the German Ambassador, Dr. Klaus Scharioth, to extraordinary citizens to thank them for their ongoing support of the German – American cause. These individuals come from all walks of life but they have one thing in common – their desire to create mutual understanding and to continue the international exchange of thoughts and ideas. “And today,” Consul General Görgens remarked in his speech, “there is no one more deserving to receive this award than Gabriele Beyer who over the last decade has been one of the hardest workers for the cause of German-American friendship and has therefore become an irreplaceable part of the German community in Atlanta.”

Consul General Görgens thanked Ms. Beyer for her enthusiasm and the endless energy that she has been contributing to the operations of the German School of Atlanta for the past 14 years. Her willingness to help has been contagious and has guaranteed the success of a multitude of projects.

Gaby Beyer joined the school in 1994 as a very active parent and volunteer but soon was chosen to become the Secretary of the Board. In 2006, she was elected Vice President of the Board and just this November, she became the President of the German School of Atlanta.

Gaby Beyer has also been very active in the German Church and the German-American Business Stammtisch for many years.

“As a single parent of two wonderful kids, Lukas and Hannah,” said Lutz Görgens, “Gaby has successfully mastered the many challenges of a working mother, an extremely active volunteer and a leader in the German community.

Events

  • Germany: Making Choices

    Posted on September 12, 2017

    •           Kennesaw State University is once again, and for the fourth time, bringing the annual “KSU German Culture Week” to the GSA Campus. This year’s topic is “Germany: Making Choices”. Please join us on September 30, 2017, in the Cafeteria. 11:00-11:30 KSU Quiz Bowl “Germany: Making Choices” 11:30-11:45 Parade 11:45-12:00 Making *healthy* Choices Celebration

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  • Spielstrasse 2017

    Posted on May 2, 2017

    • You are cordially invited to be part of this relaxing and fun German morning. School starts as always at 9:30am

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