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What's new

  • The date for the 2016 Fair has just been announced. The Fair will be held on Saturday, April 2, 2016. Please mark your calendars!
  • Information for the 2016 Fair will be posted beginning in the Fall. Please check back for all information (theme, registration, poems, etc.) related to next year's fair. IMPORTANT: Any information on this site applies only to the 2015 Fair or previous years. Please come back later for updates for next year's Fair.
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2015 Fair Thank You and Information

  • Congratulations to all our event winners! Here is the winners list (corrected April 7), including all competitive events listed in order by event — Art, Costumes, etc. — and language — first Chinese, then French, etc. Thanks again!!
  • Below is information about the Fair, which happened on Saturday, March 28, 2015. Information about the 2016 Fair will be available later this year. 

Forms

  • The 2016 forms are not available yet. Please check back in Fall 2015 for more information about the 2016 Fair. The following information applied to the 2015 Fair.
  • 2015 Registration 
  • 2015 Language Fair Entry Forms
    • Poetry writing
    • Video
    • Writing (Foreign Language)
    • Writing (Spanish Heritage)
  • 2015 Teacher of the Year Forms
    • Teacher of the Year Description (pdf)
    • Teacher of the Year Ballot (pdf, doc)
  • 2015 Language Fair Judging Forms. These are the forms that will be used for judging events the day of the Fair. They are for information only; you do NOT need to print out or bring these sheets to the Fair.
    • Art
    • Costumes
    • Crafts
    • Dance
    • Drama
    • Greeting cards
    • Music
    • Poetry recitation
    • Posters
    • Research projects
    • Video

 

Texts for Poetry Recitation and Translation 

The texts for the 2016 Fair will be posted in Fall 2015.

  • Chinese poetry recitation
    • Level One
    • Level Two
    • Levels Three and Four
  • French poetry recitation
    • Level One
    • Level Two 
    • Levels Three and Four
  • German poetry recitation
    • Level One
    • Level Two
    • Levels Three and Four
  • Japanese poetry recitation
    • Level One
    • Level Two
    • Levels Three and Four
  • Latin poetry recitation
    • Level One
    • Level Two
    • Levels Three and Four
  • Spanish poetry recitation
    • Level One 
    • Level Two 
    • Levels Three and Four 

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  • Texts for Latin Translation
    • Level One
    • Level Two
    • Levels Three and Four

 

Guidelines and Event criteria

  • General Guidelines and specific event criteria for the 2016 Fair will be posted online during the 2015-2016 school year.
    • Art
    • Costumes
    • Crafts
    • Culture Bowl
    • Dance
    • Drama
    • Greeting cards
    • Music
    • Poetry recitation
    • Poetry writing
    • Posters
    • Research Projects
    • Video
    • Vocabulary quiz
    • Writing (Foreign Language learners)
    • Writing (Spanish Heritage speakers)

Information from Previous Fairs

  • 2011. Here is the list of winners for all competitive events for the 20th anniversary of the Language Fair.

 

 

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