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  • ARCHIVE | PolishClubofAtlanta

    Archive Wrzesień 2018 Rozpoczęcie roku szkolnego 2018/2019 Wiadomości szkolne 11 wrzesnia, 2018 Sierpien 2018 Nowa lokalizacja szkoły New School Location Marzec 2018 Rozpoczynamy nabór do Polskiej Sobotniej Szkoły na rok 2018/2019 Styczeń 2018 Rozmowa z nauczycielką Polskiej Sobotniej Szkoły Ewą Dorhmi

  • Previous BOARD | PolishClubofAtlanta

    Board Dorota Sulewski President of the Polish Club of Atlanta I have lived in Atlanta since 2003. I got involved in the operation of the Polish Saturday School in 2015 when my daughter started to attend the School. I have always strived to help and support our School. I have organized the monthly coffee chats since 2015, and I assisted in organizing many other School events. I studied economics and marketing at the Swietokrzyski University in Poland. My passion is baking and my (not yet fulfilled) dream is to open a small bakery. My other passion is art in its many forms: painiting, sewing and needlework – in other words making the world around me more beautiful. I have been volunteering for the Georgia SPCA since 2015, among other duties offering my home as foster home for homeless dogs. Currently I am a proud owner of two cats and three dogs – altogether 19 happy paws. I would not be able to do all that I am able to do without the help of my wonderfully understanding husband! I am a happy mother and wife. I am an optimist, trying to walk through life with a smile on my face. Nothing is impossible to achieve; our future is ours to shape! Anita Szymczyk-Molęda Vice-President of the Polish Club of Atlanta Anita arrived in Atlanta with her husband in 2007, and has lived here since then with a short interval back in Poland. She is a graduate of Szkoła Główna Handlowa (SGH Warsaw School of Economics), she also has a graduate degree in teaching. Currently Anita is busy growing her family business and looking after her two sons. Her passions are life coaching and psychology. She loves ballroom dancing, singing and travel. Magdalena Tulibacka Secretary of the Polish Club of Atlanta She has lived in Atlanta since 2010. Magdalena has a PhD in European law. Before coming to Atlanta, she lived in the UK, where she was a Research Fellow at the University of Oxford. She is and an Adjunct Professor in EU law at Emory Law School and a legal expert on European law projects for the European Commission and the European Parliament. Magdalena has two children: 8-year-old Zofia and 5-year-old Sebastian. Her passions are classical music, art and travel. Paulina Jezierska Tresurer of the Polish club of Atlanta She has lived in Atlanta, with her husband Kamil and their two children: 14 year old Gracjan and 10 year old Gloria, since 2014. Paulina has a Master’s degree in Finance and Accounting at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics. Since 2016 she has worked as bookkeeper for a patent design company. She loves travel and photography. Together with her family she has visited 40 US states since she arrived in Atlanta.

  • FALL IN LOVE WITH POLAND BY NIGHT | PolishClubofAtlanta

    Photography exhibit "Fall in Love with Poland by Night" by Krzysztof Masiuk.

  • POLISH SCHOOL | PolishClubofAtlanta

    Read More Advertise with us ! Read More Want to become our sponsor ? School year 2023/2024 Our school year will end on May 18th, 2024. Please be sure to attend aswell as invite friends and family! You can enroll at our Polish School on the Club's site or at school! Both children and adults can be registered for classes. Register now! go to Polish School -> Forms and Fees WE ARE KEEPING THE POLISH SPIRIT ALIVE Since September 1998, our school has proudly operated under the patronage of the Polish Club in Atlanta. We bear the name of General Kazimierz Pułaski, a celebrated hero who played a pivotal role in the struggles for both Polish and American independence. Our institution specializes in providing Polish language instruction for individuals of all ages, catering to both children and adults. At present, we offer six classes for children and two for adults, ensuring that our curriculum suits a diverse range of learners. Our classes run from September to May, taking place every Saturday between 10am and 1pm. You can find us at Mary Our Queen Catholic Church, located at 6260 The Corners Pkwy NW, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092. ​ Explore Our Polish School: Click Here for General Information READ MORE > > GENERAL INFORMATION OUR PATRON READ MORE >> Discover the Legacy of Kazimierz Pułaski, Patron of our Polish School Meet Our Dedicated Team of Teachers and Staff READ MORE >> TEACHERS AND PERSONNEL SCHOOL CALENDAR READ MORE >> Important School Dates: Start and End of the School Year and More Browse Our Gallery: Photos and Videos from the Polish School READ MORE > > GALLERY DOCUMENTS AND PAYMENTS READ MORE >> Access Important Documents and Payment Information Explore Past and Upcoming School Events READ MORE > > SCHOOL EVENTS ARCHIVE READ MORE >> Explore the School's Rich Archive: Documents and Memorable Moments from the Past

  • GALLERY | PolishClubofAtlanta

    Gallery Farm Visit 2023 Student Induction 2023 Polish Club of Atlanta 25th Anniversary Gala Dr. Dinosaur Puppet Theater 2023 Carnival Party February 2023 Santa Comes to Polish School 2022 Spring Picnic 2022 Polish Saturday School Polish Christmas Eve Dinner 2018 The Polish Independence Gala 2018 Polish Christmas Eve Dinner 2017 Fort Yargo Picnic 2017 Taste of Poland 2017 Saturday Coffee Chats Photography Exhibit "Fall in Love with Poland by Night"

  • TEACHERS AND PERSONNEL | PolishClubofAtlanta

    Nauczyciele Polskiej Sobotniej Szkoły w Atlancie Teachers and Personnel Agnieszka Bledniak School principal, teaches kids 7-9 year old Agnieszka Bledniak has lived in Atlanta with two daughters for over 20 years. She is involved in the Polish school as a parent, teacher, and now, director. She has been a teacher for 13 years. She highly enjoys teaching children her native tongue. Her hobbies are art, cooking, and reading. As an artist herself, she incorporates art in her Polish language lessons, which has a greatly encouraging and helpful effect for young students. Anna Śpiewak Vice Principal I was born in Stalowa Wola in Podkarpacie. I studied Philosophy at the Maria Curie- Skłodowska University in Lublin. I've been living in the USA for nine years, last three in Georgia. I'm the mother of two girls, Maya and Livia. I love cooking and baking, and of course, I prefer Polish cuisine. Anna Siemianowicz 3-4 year olds' class Miss Anna was born in Białystok. She has a Masters’ degree in Pre-K Education from the University of Białystok, and a further graduate degree in Early Education from the same University. Before she arrived in Atlanta in 2018, she was a kindergarten teacher in Białystok. Zuzia Iwaszkiewicz 5-6 year olds' class My name is Zuzia Iwaszkiewicz. I am a senior at Johns Creek High School. I am 18 years old. I was born in Edison, New Jersey, however, my family was born and raised in Poland. My first language was Polish, and I travel to see my family in Poland every year for summer vacation. I have experience in teaching. I used to teach math and reading at Kumon tutoring. I attended Polish Saturday school in 2016 and now I have the amazing opportunity to teach kids at the school. I work really well with children and I am great at communication. Agata Chandran 6-7 years olds' class My name is Agata Chandran and it is my second year in Polish school of Atlanta, teaching 6–7 year olds. My favorite quote is: Tell me and I forget, show me and I will remember, involve me and I learn (by Benjamin Franklin). I was born in Poland and educated at Jagiellonian University in Cracow with a PhD in molecular biology and genetics. I have worked at The Ohio State University and University of Mississippi Medical Center for over 15 years. We moved to Atlanta 2 years ago with my husband and 3 lovely boys. If I am not busy with science, reading, teaching or helping my husband with his business, I am probably on the soccer field with my boys. Magdalena Kwiatkowska 9-10 year olds' class Miss Magda was born in Nowy Sącz. She studied geology at the University of Science and Technology in Krakow, and marketing at a college in Chicago. She is the mom to twin girls: Milena and Liliana. She loves cooking, decorating and music. Her passion is also reading, especially when the good book is accompanied with a good glass of wine. Since her arrival in Atlanta in 2010 she started participating in Polish community events, starting with the Kids Book Club (Bajecznik), and currently her daughters are also students at the Polish School. Working with children brings her lots of joy, and seeing her students succeed in their studies is the best reward! Sylwia Chmielowiec-Pilch Teenagers' class Sylwia Chmielowiec-Pilch was born in Cieszyn. She lives in the United States since 2021. She moved to Atlanta in the August of 2023 from Charleston, South Carolina. She completed several years in pedagogy at various universities. She is also educated in psychology. Her passions are traveling, psychology, and foreign languages. She also takes care of two lovely cats. Dr Sergiusz Khangulian Adult class Dr. Sergiusz Khangulian (PhD), a Professor of Slavic Studies, active in the Polish expat community. For many years, Sergiusz lectured at the Georgian National University in Tbilisi, and at Heidelberg University (Germany). Since 2010, he has taught at the Polish school in Atlanta. Bozena Radwanska Adult class Bozena grew up in Warsaw. She studied International Relations and the European Union Program at Georgia State University. She works at the Southern Center for International Studies in Atlanta. For the last 20 years, Bozena has been involved with the Atlanta Polish community, organizing among others an exhibit about the Katyn Massacre and a photographic exhibit “Fall in Love in Poland by Night.” With a few friends, she has organized several Polish Trivia events. She started teaching the Polish language at Kent State University in Ohio, and after moving to Georgia, she continued teaching it at the Polish School of Atlanta. Anna Sroka Teacher substitute Mrs. Anna Sroka was born in Lublin, where she studied Political Science at Maria Curie-Skłodowski University. She also has a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Cleveland State University. She came to USA in 2002 as an Au- Pair. She was a polish teacher for nine (9) years at that Polish School of Atlanta and volunteer for the Polish Club of Atlanta. She is married, and a mom to Summer and Nicholas, and a miniature dachshund named Cookie:). She loves traveling, gardening, yoga, and art Ewelina Bledniak Teacher substitute My name is Ewelina Bledniak and I was born in Poland, but have lived most of my life in Georgia. When I was young, I attended this school and was able to become more proficient in my native language. I also learned more about Polish culture and history and developed skills like writing, which I might not have learned well otherwise. Despite my busy schedule as an adult, I have helped as a teacher assistant at the school and I am now a substitute when extra help is needed. Outside of working here, I am a research assistant at the Center for Advanced Brain Imaging. Alicja Cholewinska Teacher substitute My name is Alicja Cholewinska and I'm a proud Seattle native who recently embarked on a new chapter by moving to Georgia. Throughout my life, my parents made sure to preserve my Polish heritage and since then it has been a passion of mine to educate others. This dedication to culture is woven into the fabric of my daily life, influencing everything from the food I cherish to the traditions I observe and share with others. Throughout the week, you may find me teaching at a local middle school to dancing with Mazury Folk Dance Group.

  • 25THANNIGALA | PolishClubofAtlanta

    We are very thankful to Jacek Siemianowicz for the beautiful photographs.

  • SCHOOL EVENTS | PolishClubofAtlanta

    School Events Polish School started again August 13th 2022 2023 School year starts - photo gallery School year ends - photo gallery 2022

  • LEGITYMACJA SZKOLNA | PolishClubofAtlanta

    Kto może otrzymać legitymację? Legitymację może otrzymać każdy uczeń do ukończenia 18 roku życia, który uczy się języka polskiego, historii, geografii, kultury polskiej lub innych przedmiotów nauczanych w języku polskim. Nie jest konieczna nauka wszystkich przedmiotów jednocześnie. Do otrzymania legitymacji uprawnieni są uczniowie Polskiej Sobotniej Szkoły w Norcross którzy uczęszczają do naszej szkoły jeden rok lub dłużej. ​ Do czego uprawnia legitymacja ucznia? Legitymacja ucznia uprawnia do zakupu ulgowych biletów: - 37% - przy przejazdach środkami publicznego transportu zbiorowego kolejowego w pociągach osobowych, pospiesznych i ekspresowych, na podstawie biletów jednorazowych, - 49% - przy przejazdach środkami publicznego transportu zbiorowego kolejowego w pociągach osobowych i pospiesznych oraz środkami publicznego transportu autobusowego w komunikacji zwykłej i przyspieszonej, na podstawie imiennych biletów miesięcznych - do muzeów, - do parków narodowych. ​ Jak uzyskać legitymacje szkolną ucznia? Aby uzyskać legitymacje szkolną ucznia należy wydrukować i wypełnić wniosek a następnie przekazać go dyrektorce lub nauczycielowi Polskiej Sobotniej Szkoły w Norcross. Więcej informacji na stronie Ambasady Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej w Waszyngtonie ​ ​ Wzór wniosku o legitymacje ucznia

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