European School Charity Campaign22 Dec 2017
During the first two weeks of December, the European School students engaged in a traditional New Year Charity Campaign-they collected food for people in need. Later, the students visited different orphanages, day care centers, old age homes and delivered sweets and other products. The students’ efforts and time spent with beneficiaries of different institutions was highly appreciated by elderly persons and orphans alike.
Robotics Club Exhibition22 Dec 2017
On December 21, at the London Avenue, Robotics club members exhibited different models designed during the first semester. 20 pieces with different characteristics attracted visitors from the whole school.
Project “Aircraft”22 Dec 2017
Within the project “Aircraft”, Grade 4 and 5 students constructed airplanes using different materials. At the end of the project, students participated in a competition where they tested planes, measured flight distance and revealed the best airplane models.
Teaching-learning Process Management System “SCHOOL BOOK“20 Dec 2017
From the beginning of the year 2017, the European School decided to upgrade the existing electronic program to manage teaching-learning process and implement an innovative project uniting and integrating essential electronic data and educational resources in one system.
New Year Chemistry20 Dec 2017
In order to pique students interest in Science, in particular, Chemistry, a chemistry teacher, Khatuna Kapanadze, organized a fun and educational class for the grade 1 students. The class was themed as "Chemistry for New Year's."
Volleyball20 Dec 2017
Sport life at the European School is highly appreciated. Teachers, parents and students actively participate in various sport activities. Seven teams consisting of teachers and school personnel participated in women volleyball tournament. The final match on December 19, between Kindergarten and School Cafeteria ended with the victory of School Cafeteria team.
Emergency Drill19 Dec 2017
On December 19, the European School administration organized an Emergency Drill, which aimed at teaching the children proper procedures for evacuating the building in a real-life fire or emergency situation. The evacuation was timed to ensure that it is fast enough. Problems with the emergency system or evacuation procedures were not identified.
AHS Advanced Placement Classes Visit the Georgian National Museum18 Dec 2017
On Wednesday, December 13, American High School students from AP Comparative Government and Politics (Grade 12) and AP European History (Grades 10 and 12) toured the Georgian National Museum. They visited Soviet Occupation Museum while their teacher Dr. Natia Phiphia delivered a mini-lecture about the Georgian National Independence Movement and Georgian Soviet dissidents. Also, they viewed exhibitions regarding ancient Georgian weapons and clothing. The visual materials, specifically cultural anthropological sources allowed them the opportunity to examine the methods they will need while reconstructing history.