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Gurukul is not-for profit organization and is registered as 501 (c)(3) organization with IRS.

  
September 2015

  6 

No Class - Summer Holiday

  13 

No Class - Summer Holiday



  20 

First Day of Class

  27 

Week-1: 9/6/2015
Week-2: 9/13/2015
Week-3: 9/20/2015
Week-4: 9/27/2015
Week-5:
October 2015

  4 

Parent Orientation​

Gurukul Library Opens

  11 

Culture Demo #1

  18 

  25 

Week-1: 10/4/2015
Week-2: 10/11/2015
Week-3: 10/18/2015
Week-4: 10/25/2015
Week-5:

  
  
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8/26/2015 8:24 AMGurukul

Namaste to the Gurukul Family,

Gurukul cabinet extends a warm welcome to the Gurukul family to the Gurukul session 2015-16.

Student Class assignments are now available to view on the Gurukul website. Please login with your Email ID registered in the Gurukul system.

First Day of class for Students will be Sunday Sept 20th.

Gujarati and Marathi classes will start at 9:30 AM. 

Hindi Classes at 10:45 AM.

All NEW students are advised to arrive 15 minutes earlier to orient themselves with the Gurukul morning routine. More details regarding first day will follow via emails and information on the website.

Returning Students : Don't forget to bring your completed Summer books to class the first day to maintain placement in current level.

We look forward to seeing you all on Sept 20th.

Until then, enjoy the rest of the summer.

Gurukul Cabinet

Renu Grover (Teacher's Committee Chair)Gurukul Year 2015-16468/26/2015
  
  
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8/24/2015 12:13 AMCommunity

Languages

Indian language classes are offered in Hindi, Gujarati, and Marathi. Students are taught written and spoken forms of the languages. At the end of the Gurukul school year, children demonstrate their learning via performances on Annual Day.

Arts

Gurukul showcases various forms of Indian arts such as Indian musical instruments, vocal singing, Indian classical and folk dances for children through live performances by local artists.

Culture

Indian culture education is imparted to children through cultural immersion techniques used by teachers. Various activities, like celebrating Indian festivals such as Diwali and Holi, provide an opportunity to learn about the Indian culture.

Rachna Bidasaria (Gurukul IT)What We Do At Gurukul352/3/2015