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International Olympic day

23.09.2016 at 17:04

On September 23, Talsi Christian Secondary school was celebrating the International Olympic day. All the students were divided by colors and each grade had its own color. The Olympic day started with a march from our school to Lake Vilkmuižas, and than we were all running around the lake. The run was opened by first grade running together with twelfth grade. After all the students and teachers had finished the distance, they made “the olympic circles” where each grade was standing, again divided by their Olympic colors. When everybody had found the right place to stand, Krista (12th grade) and Luanda (11th grade) invited us to do the Olympic gymnastics together. Thanks to every teacher that was participating together with the grade. Also – big thanks to both teachers Edgars Kviesis and Anete Ankmane for the creative approach and a well-organized event.

The general meeting of parents

20.09.2016 at 17:06

On the 15th of October in school there was happening the general meeting of parents. In the beginning there was a musical performance given by the music teacher Gatis Jugāns and students Marta and Agnese from grade 6b. Parents were speaked to by Mārcis Zīverts, the Baptist minister of Priekule, who shared his life experience. Then the teachers presented the education groups by interest which students will have the chance to participate in this year. Afterwards the parental council was elected. This years parental council consists of one parent from each grade. Several meetings will be held between the council and the principal to talk about the topical in school and to jointly work for the development of the school environment.

School Parliament night

15.09.2016 at 19:50

An active school year starting the School Parliament also has started to work actively. On 8th September in school there was happening the annual School Parliament night of ideas. But before that every person wanting to be in the School Parliament had to hand in a motivation letter. In the School Parliament night youth had the time to generate ideas for the closest happenings in this semester. During the night everyone voted for this years School Parliament’s new chairman and vice chairman. After the votes had been counted Luanda Miķelsone (grade 11) became the new School Parliament’s chairman and Līga Sidere (grade 12) became the vice chairman. This year the secretary duties will be fulfilled by Grēta Štrauha (grade 12). Grēta Štrauha also became the leader of the christian comission.  Leader of the culture and sports comission became Krista Bodniece (grade 12) and the leader for the information comission became Kristiāna Sniedziņa (grade 11). During the night among all the youngsters there was commonwealth and happiness about the rest that’s yet to come and the following  events.

1st September 2016

04.09.2016 at 18:42

On 1st September Talsi Christian school celebrated the first day of school. Service of the beginning of the school year was taking place in the Talsi sports hall where the prospective TCS students and their parents, teachers and employees were invited to. Līga Sidere (grade 12), Āris Ankmanis (grade 12) and Emīlija Panteļejeva (grade 9) – students of the school started the service with a musical performance. The audience was speaked to by the evangelist of the Talsi lutheran church Agnis Liepiņš and the TCS principal Inguna Gruzniņa. There were 268 students starting the school year and 22 of them are going to start grade 1. At the end of the service the principal introduced everyone with the first graders and their parents. Afterwards the students of grade 12 walked first graders to the school. Then the rest of the students with their teachers followed them and everyone had their first lesson of the school year. May you have a blessed 2016-2017 school year!

Christmas card shop

18.10.2015 at 18:05

Talsi Christian School is a testimony of Christian love around the world – we can keep the doors of TCS open because of prayers and donations of our brothers and sisters in Christ. We teach our students to be thankful for this and our students try to help school in whatever way they can.
For years our students and their parents have been making Christmas cards. People from churches in America purchase these cards in exchange for donations and it helps our school to continue our ministry.