CELEBRATING 20TH YEAR OF JLC AT MALONEY!


We celebrated our 20th Anniversary on January 24th with all students from K-5th grade, teachers and staff, and many guests. We enjoyed students singing and Japanese Taiko Drum performance. Thank you all for your support for our program. We wish for many more years to come!

Welcome to the wikispace of the Maloney Interdistrict Magnet School PreK-5 Japanese Language and Culture Program! Use this site to see the most updated information about what students are learning in classes right now! World language teachers , please visit the page just for you as well. For detailed information about our curriculum, philosophy, teachers, and general learning links, please go here. For a quick look at Frequently Asked Questions about our program, view this document: About the JLC Program.pdf. To email the Japanese teachers, write to kyamashita@waterbury.k12.ct.us


PARENTS PLEASE READ!
Please be sure to sit with your child while they use this site. We do everything possible to screen websites and protect students as they use these materials, but parental supervision is always necessary with internet use. Arigato!

2013 Fall Newsletter



2013 Winter Newsletter



Japan Trip 2013

We had a great time in Japan. We updated pictures on our blog. Check it out!

http://japanexperience2013.blogspot.com/


HAIKU OF THE MONTH

MARCH



ひなまつる
みやこはずれや
もものつき

Hina matsuru
miyako hazureya
momo no tsuki

Doll's Festival
Outside of the city
Moon over peach trees

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Maloney Japanese Program Featured in National Education Magazine!!!
Edutopia magazine talked about the Maloney Japanese Language and Culture Program in their article about "Global Language Education: Learning the Lingo." Check it out online at http://www.edutopia.org/global-language-education-schools-online. Scroll down to "Little Japan."