Teachers have to prepare the 2-nd quarter test and students must be prepared for the exam.
As was already announced in the schedule for December, on December 14th the general cleaning of the church will take place, let all who can come and help in cleaning OUR church do so.
We need any and all help: men, women, from early in the morning, through lunch time, following the classes at the Russian school; those who are sedentary can help in arranging things at the candle counter, etc.
May God keep you, the Warden and Sisterhood of the Church of St. Sergius of Radonezh
Christmas holiday. The school is closed on this day. Have a great holiday!
The Christmas performance rehearsal will be taking place. Please contact Katia Andrievskaya or Slava Nitin for more information.
The Tale of the Fisherman and the Fish (Russian: «Сказка о рыбаке и рыбке», romanized: Skazka o rybake i rybke) is a fairy tale in verse by Alexander Pushkin. Pushkin wrote the tale in autumn 1833 and it was first published in the literary magazine Biblioteka dlya chteniya in May 1835. The tale is about a fisherman who manages to catch a "Golden Fish" which promises to fulfill any wish of his in exchange for its freedom. The storyline is similar to the Russian fairy tale The Greedy Old Wife (according to Vladimir Propp) and the Brothers Grimm's tale The Fisherman and His Wife.More
Our Learning Center is opened for 2019-2020 school year! Welcome and have a great year!More
Song couplets by 7th grade studentsMore
Antoshka song by preparatory gradeMore
Tatiana's letter from Eugeny Onegin by Elena HoperskyMore
Graduation ceremony and Ivanov Pavel operaMore
Theme of the day. Russian sayings, tales, and proverbs.More
We are glad to present our Christmas performance The Tale of the Dead Princess and the Seven Nights on January 26 2019 @ 14:00 at:
Christ Episcopal Church 105 Cottage Pl, Rigdewood, NJ, 07450
Director - Slava Nikitin
A tsar goes on a voyage and leaves his beautiful tsarina behind. She spends days and nights waiting for him by the window, and in nine months gives a birth to their daughter. Next morning her husband returns, and she dies from happiness and exhaustion the same day. In a year the tsar marries another woman — not only smart and beautiful, but also arrogant and jealous. She has a magic mirror in her possession that talks back to the tsarina, complimenting her beauty.More