Become a Member of Classes at Kanoon
Become a Member of Classes at Kanoon
Tuition due date: August 20, 2017 and books may be additional for some classes
Sibling discount: 20% and includes a healthy snack each week
Ms. Simin Mousavisaeedy
9 years & older
12:30PM – 1:30PM
Persian for non-native Adults/Members
Mr. Fariborz Farahani
Sundays 10:30Am– 12:30PM
Persian for native Young Adults and Adults/Members
Dr. Roya Mesbah
Sundays 10:30Am– 12:30PM
Shahnameh Classes in Persian
Dr. Abdi Modarressi
Sundays 11:40AM – 12:30PM
$50 for 10 sessions – Rate is same for member and non-member
Photography & Photoshop –Intermediate/Members
Mr. Fahim Attar
Sundays 10:40Am – 11:30Am
Tuition for each of the two semesters during the 2017-2018 academic year:
• Sibling Discount: 20%
• Tuition includes a healthy snack each week
• Registration and Tuition Due Date for the First Semester: August 20, 2017
• Registration and Tuition Due Date for the Second Semester: January 7, 2018
• Payment installments may be arranged per prior approval
1. Choose the classes to register for from the menu of options
2. Make your payement in full for one semester for all learners
3. Complete the PCC Registration and Enrollment Form for each student registering for Language and/or Enrichment Classes
4. Read the Parent and Student Handbook to better familiarize yourself and your child with the Persian School.
Cash, Check (make payable to Persian Cultural Center), Credit Card, PayPal
· While you may register for each semester separately, we encourage you to remain committed for the entire academic year and with the intention to remain for both semester
· Registration Deadline for the academic year 2017-2018 is August 20, 2017
· A minimum of five enrollments is required for any class to start. In the event that fewer registrants are enrolled, parents may choose a semi-private option, which will be at a higher tuition.
A placement assessment is required for every student, age 7 and older. The decision for the placement is based upon the student’s past Persian language education and results of the assessment. Questions about enrollment, placement, and payments should be communicated with the school administration by emailing: email@example.com
The following is the outline of our school policy. A smooth and efficient running of the school requires the constructive cooperation of every person involved. It is assumed that each student and his/her parents will become familiar with, and will adhere to these regulations for the benefit of all.
We believe that regular and continuous parent-teacher communication is the most effective means to improve the overall experience of the student in the school. It is also the best way to avoid behavioral or academic difficulties.
Classes begin at 10:30 am on Sundays, in accordance with the academic calendar. Persian language classes are comprised of three segments with a 15-minute recess from 11:30 am to 11:45 am. Regular Persian lessons for children end at 12:30 pm and the enrichment classes begin at 12:30 pm.
Classes are offered on Sundays from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm.
The school may provide textbooks and handouts for children’s classes. Certain textbooks for children and adult classes may to be purchased by the students. Notebooks, pencils, markers, and other related stationary are the student’s responsibility and should be brought to class every Sunday. We encourage parents to designate a separate bag/backpack for Persian class.
Each teacher, according to the needs of individual students and the class, determines homework. Please take the homework assignments very seriously, as the weekly intervals of the school may easily lead to fading of the learned materials. Persian is a second language for most of our students and continued practice at home is the only route to ensure a lasting effect.
Teachers are available for questions and comments at the school on Sundays or during the week via email. Please do not hesitate to speak to the school administrators or the teacher if questions arise.
Our goal is to create a positive and safe learning environment within the Atlanta Persian School and the Persian Cultural Center. To that end, students and teachers are required to respect the rights of one another. The Atlanta Persian School has a zero-tolerance policy toward verbal abuse or bullying by anyone.
Immediate suspension may result from, but is not limited to, the following specific offenses:
· Abusive language and/or overt disrespect to teacher(s) or other students
· Dishonesty in any form, including cheating or copying of homework
· Damage to school property and/or unauthorized use of school equipment
· Chronic bullying of peers
· Possession of items that are potentially dangerous, such as pocket knives
· Students are expected to maintain a positive, cooperative, and respectful attitude both in and out of the classroom.
· Each student is responsible for his/her homework.
· If the teacher and/or school officials require that a student seek the help of a tutor, a tutor will be arranged and an additional fee will apply.
· In rare cases of unacceptable behavioral issues, the student will receive a warning from the teacher and/or school official(s) followed by notification to the parents. At that time, the parents’ presence may be required at the following class or group activity session. Upon the third warning, the student will be removed from the class and/or group activity. Parents’ further assistance and involvement will be requested in order to correct the situation and to avoid termination of the registration. Please note that the Atlanta Persian School policy requires termination of registration upon the fourth occasion of said unacceptable behavioral issue.
Parents are strongly advised to prohibit students from bringing to school large amounts of cash and/or other articles of considerable value. The use of cell phones, electronics, and the like are absolutely forbidden during the class time. Students at the Atlanta Persian School are absolutely forbidden from any articles associated with violence or danger.
Planned absences, such as vacations, need to be reported to the teacher or program administrator via email. Students are responsible for obtaining the missed lesson of the day and completing the corresponding homework.
The Atlanta Persian School is not responsible for monitoring the students during the drop off and pick up times. Parents, caregivers and/or designated drivers are responsible for the safety of their children and are expected to exit their vehicle and walk the student to their classroom at drop off. Students will be picked up in their classrooms, unless staying for Enrichment classes.
Celebrating various Iranian holidays at the Atlanta Persian School is a means of introducing the Persian Culture to the community and to the younger generation of Iranian descent. Yalda, the longest night of the year, and Nowruz, the Iranian New Year, are examples of such events. Additionally, there are a number of other school events that are designed to enrich the language learning experience and strengthen the sense of community and identity. Parents’ involvement in planning and preparation for such events are welcome.
Students should wear comfortable and clean clothes. Appropriate and tied shoes must be worn to school. No student is permitted to wear shirts that have printings related to sex, drugs, or violence. School officials make the final decision about appropriateness of clothing.
In order to communicate the progress and learning remark of students, parent/teacher conferences are scheduled in mid-January. Teachers provide the evaluation form for each student. Please be sure to schedule an in-person appointment with the teacher. Communication with the teachers throughout the academic year regarding your child’s academic experience is strongly encouraged. Students receive their second and final evaluation form at the end of the academic year.
Students may be assigned homework every week, based on their level. Teachers are expected to communicate a brief report of each session’s lessons, activities, and homework. Parents are expected to follow up with the students to ensure the completion of the assignments each week. Teachers may be contacted during the week with questions regarding assigned homework.
Parents are requested to sign up for “hall monitor” duty, minimum of two times per academic year to help ensure the safety of our students during the hours of school on Sundays. Sign up is done online through Sign-up Genius, and a link will be emailed to registered parents.
Parents are requested to participate by signing up once per academic year for helping to distribute snack during recess time. Sign up is done online through Sign-up Genius, and a link will be emailed to registered parents.
Parents are requested to communicate absences with the teacher and to follow up with the missed lesson and the homework assignments.
Student’s academic progress is communicated with the parents through parent-teacher conferences in mid-January. The second and final evaluation forms will be provided at the end of the academic year.
Getting Involved with School:
Parents are encouraged to get involved with school activities and programs in any way that fits their time and interest. One of the best ways to get involved is through our Parent Committee. Please see our “Get Involved” page for more details and do not hesitate to contact us with your questions or comments.
We believe that regular and continuous parent-school communication is the most effective means to improve the overall experience of the student in the school. If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions for the school administrators or the teachers, please communicate that in person or via email. Teachers, administrators, and board members are available to help.
· Arrive on time
· Respect your teacher
· Respect your friends and classmates
· Respect yourself and your work
· Complete your homework
· Stay at the school building for the entire school time
· Chewing gum
· Bullying or abusive language anywhere or by anyone
· Food or drinks in the classrooms
· Hand-held electronics in the classrooms (cell phone, iPod, iPad, etc.)
· Damage to school property
· Running or wandering in the hallways
· Leaving school before the end of school