华协2018年系列讲座:义工,是每个人一生的必修课

时间:102014:30—16:00

地点:莱克星顿社区中心一层  (Lexington Community Center, 39 Marrett Street, Lexington, Cafeteria)

议程:

  1. 1. 14:15—14:30签到
  2. 2. 14:30—14:35 主持人开场,介绍演讲嘉宾
  3. 14:35–14:50 秦文音:介绍华协义工活动概况及如何申请总统奖
  4. 14:50—15:15 匡鹂瑛:长期可以参与的义工项目:事实孤儿救助
  5. 15:15—15:30 杨晓群:事实孤儿项目考察与参与嘉宾主旨演讲
  6. 15:30—15:45 Emily Lin:  LHS高一义工:我是如何参与事实孤儿救助的演讲
  7. 15:45—16:00 现场提问
  8. 8. 16:00—-结束

请用此链接了解事实孤儿项目介绍

此链接为特约记者的详细报道

莱克星顿教育论坛讲座 – 美国新环境下的华裔子女教育

美国是全世界教育最好的国家,波士顿拥有100多所大学,世界名校哈佛,麻省理工等都在波士顿,是当之无愧的世界教育之都。莱克星顿是美国打枪第一枪的历史名镇,这里居住着10多位诺贝尔奖获得者,数不清的大学教授。这里的公立教育也是全美名列前茅。
有史以来,重视教育的家庭和精英都逐步迁居到此,华人更不列外。所以,为方便华人家长了解美国的教育体系,更好的为子女提供教育资源保障,莱克星顿华协(CAAL) 邀请了一批了解美国教育的专家一起分享他们的经验,为的就是更好地做好准备,教育好适应新时代的优秀华人人才。

地点:Lexington Community Center
时间:2018年9月22日 下午1:30 – 4:00(共2个半小时)
主办方:莱克星顿华协教育部 EdCAAL
主持人:袁睿翕 – 华协负责人,家长

流程:
一、主持人开场
二、华协领导致辞
三、嘉宾演讲

主题1: 如何建立家校联络
Eileen Jay – School Committee Chair (How US public school system work) (20min)
姚洁莹 – LHS 中文老师 (家校联络, 新移民学生如何融入) (15min)
回答问题 (10 min)

主题2: 如何在教育方面融入社区 (PTA/PTO, LEF, School Council)
Sherry Zhu – 华协教育部主任, Hastings家长群群主 (PTA/PTO, LEF)(10min)
Ed Li – School Council,家长 (10min)
回答问题 (10min)

主题3:如何根据孩子的情况申请合适的大学
Dr. Joseph Zhang, (升学程序,30min)
王华,BU Professor, 家长 (under-graduate education, 文理学院, 15min)
回答问题 (15min)

四、问答(15分钟)

请用此链接进入微表报名注册

Here is the Post Event Report 

and the links of the Presentations: 

讲座-9-22-2018-JennyYao

LHS Talk – Joseph Zhang

EdCAAL9-22-2018_HuaWang

EdCAAL presentation 9-22-18 – EJay

Get Involved_Sherry Zhu Ed Li

 

EdCAAL Seminar: The USA Biology Olympiad and DOE National Science Bowl

EdCAAL is sponsoring a seminar given by Catherine Wang (LHS ‘17) on the USA Biology Olympiad and DOE National Science Bowl, two competitions that are readily accessible at LHS and helped shape her high school career. While at LHS, Catherine competed on DOE’s A team as the youngest and only female player and eventually lead the team to win the national championship in 2017. She self-studied biology and attended the USABO National Finals in 2016 and 2017, earning a gold medal at the International Biology Olympiad as one of the four members of Team USA. She was also named a US Presidential Scholar in 2017. She is now a sophomore at Stanford University studying Biochemistry and Art Practice. In this seminar, she will explain the structure of these competitions, give advice on how to get started, and discuss the pros and cons of participating. She would really prefer not to talk too much about the college admissions process, as that is not the point of this seminar, but will only touch upon it if appropriate. Admission fee:$10 per person; proceeds will be donated to the USA Biology Olympiad program and LHS National Science Bowl team.

Location: Lexington Community Center first floor Cafe, 39 Marret Road, Lexington,MA 02421

Please register and make payment through this link

EdCAAL will organize series of educational focus seminars throughout the year. Any community members who want to share their experiences are welcomed to contact EdCAAL Chair Sherry Zhu. 

Newly Added: Please read the Post Event Report

CAAL组织华人居民积极为镇一年一度的传统盛会 Carnival 奉献义工

第62届Carnival 圆满结束!这个每年在Hastings公园的大型活动已经成为莱克星敦的传统盛会。莱克星敦Loins Club(獅子会)主办这项嘉年华,它的成员每年为此贡献几百个小时志愿服务,今年很多华人朋友,学生在CAAL的组织下也积极参与,和其他族裔一齐为镇的Carnival 出了大力,贡献了多于20% 的义工时间。 獅子会领导成员对CAAL的协作与华人居民的奉献表示了感谢。

Chinese Residents Participated LEF’s Celebration for Education Weekend in June

Lexington Education Foundation is a community-based nonprofit, volunteer-run organization that raises financial support from families and business in Lexington to fund exceptional educational activities that address the Lexington Public Schools’ priorities but fall outside the scope of the LPS budget. Since 1989, LEF has awarded more than $4.8 million for activities designed to enrich learning and strengthen the achievement of every student in every Lexington Pubic School.

Chinese Residents Support Community Endowment of Lexington

The Community Endowment of Lexington supports programs and services that help make life healthier and more enjoyable for all members of the community in the areas of health and human services, arts and culture, the environment, and community building. It encourages grant applications from nonprofit organizations and public agencies that bring innovative thinking to big issues and small ones. 

 

Community Meeting To Be Held Seeking Input for Town Manager Search on Jun 19

Town Manager Carl Valente has announced his plans to retire in August 2018. The Board of Selectmen have appointed a Town Manager Search Screening Committee and have retained the services of Municipal Resources, Inc. (MRI) to assist them in the search for Lexington’s new Town Manager. MRI specializes in recruitment of municipal executives and will be guiding the Committee through this process.  

One of the early steps is the development of an ideal candidate profile. The Lexington Community is invited to come to a meeting to learn more about the Town Manager Search process and provide your input on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm in the Main Floor Living Room of the Cary Memorial Library, 1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington. (please note: this meeting IS at the Cary Memorial Library near the Battle Green NOT at the Cary Memorial Building next to the Town Office Building) 

At the meeting, the Recruitment Team from MRI will explain the search process and timeline and will also be seeking public input from the Community regarding the qualifications and attributes to be possessed by the ideal candidate for appointment as Lexington’s next Town Manager.

Should you be unable to attend this meeting you can submit confidential input to the MRI recruitment team at the following e-mail address which has been created for this recruitment: lexingtontownmanagerrecruitment@mrigov.com