AGBU Manoogian-Demirdjian School



Overall champions in soccer and volleyball at the KAHAM games! #titans

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MARCH FOR JUSTICE

<b> MARCH FOR JUSTICE </b> On April 24, 2015, A.G.B.U. Manoogian-Demirdjian students and families commit themselves to MARCH FOR JUSTICE in support of the Armenian Genocide Centennial! Will you join us? #MarchForJustice
"Kaleidoscope"

<b> "Kaleidoscope" </b> On the weekend of March 20th, the art and dance sections of our Visual & Performing Arts department collaborated to put on the show: "Kaleidoscope." Art students from 4th through 12th grade were able to showcase their work in the annual exhibit. Many different themes and styles were explored, including some pieces that commemorated the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. The Art III/IV class, in particular, depicted different portraits of various generations as survivors of the massacres, with a large mixed-media pomegranate symbolizing the Armenian spirit and identity. As is the case each year, our dance students impressed audiences with their skill and energy, infusing dances of different genres with Armenian cultural pieces and overtones. The dancers gave it their all on two nights to a packed auditorium. We appreciate the hard work of our students, as well as the tutelage and leadership of Ms. Anne-Marie Chaghlassian and Mrs. Erica Robson who were indispensable in making this special event a success.
First Grade Spring Musical Program

<b> First Grade Spring Musical Program </b> On the mornings of March 25 and March 26, the two first grade classes presented a spring musical program that resulted from a collaboration between their music teacher, Ms. Arus Andreassian, and their Armenian teacher, Mrs. Takoush Nalbandian. The students were very excited and enthusiastic to perform in front of school families, and they did a wonderful job of putting a smile on their audience's faces. The students' hard work was evident to all in attendance. The audience consisted of proud parents and grandparents who were touched and impressed by our students' singing and recitation. As a school, we appreciate the efforts of our talented first graders and the dedication of our faculty members, Ms. Andreassian and Mrs. Nalbandian.
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