Capturing a few memorable moments in my Kodak

The Summer School program organized to help the elderly refugees to learn something ended last week. This program was run for three weeks at Franklin Elementary School in Oakland, California. More than 75 Bhutanese and a few Iraqi and Burmese refugees participated the program. Here are a few photos of their Graduation program on June 17, 2009.The Bhutanese refugees attending their class

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 Not only the senior citizens but also some adult Refugees  had attended the classes.

Not only the senior citizens but also some adult Refugees had attended the classes.

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This Summer School prgram also helped the refugees from different countries know eachother.

This Summer School prgram also helped the refugees from different countries know eachother.

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The elderly Bhutanese refugees with their Teacher

The elderly Bhutanese refugees with their Teacher

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Such program helps Resettled Refugees come closer this way!!

Such program helps Resettled Refugees come closer this way!!

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 Such warm hugs among Teachers and Students strengthens the bond of Friendship.

Such warm hugs among Teachers and Students strengthens the bond of Friendship.

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Together we eat, together we live!!

Together we eat, together we live!!

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Senior Bhutanese folks made more fun dancing and singing.

Senior Bhutanese folks made more fun dancing and singing.

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More fun! more dance!more MASTEE!!

More fun! more dance!more MASTEE!!

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 Wow! Well furnished and spacious classroom!!

Wow! Well furnished and spacious classroom!!

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Students, teachers and  a Bhutanese interpreter.

Students, teachers and a Bhutanese interpreter.

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A glimpse of effective teaching learning program.

A glimpse of effective teaching learning program.

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(Photos of the Summer Class’ Graduation program at Franklin Elementary School in Oakland, California)

 We owe you sir!! This smiling teacher has helped the refugees smile forever sharing his knowledge and experiences.

We owe you sir!! This smiling teacher has helped the refugees smile forever sharing his knowledge and experiences.

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They haven't forgotten their culture and tradition. Keep it up!!

They haven't forgotten their culture and tradition. Keep it up!!


(All picks: Prakass)

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One Response

  1. this party seems fun

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