i Fort Lauderdale
Every year, we meet up at a local park to compete in track-and-field. It’s a funfilled day and we compete against thousands of children in Swedish Schools all over the world.
Every year we start of the Spring Semester on the ice. Ice-skating has become a favorite activity among both parents and children! The Florida Panthers IceDen provides an excellent venue for this fun gathering.
2nd Annual Fireball – Svenska Skolan’s Team Registration
On Sunday January 31st, 2016, #SACCSFL invites you to play one of the most traditional games of all times, brännboll, or “fireball” if you will. Have you ever lived in Sweden you know the rules of this fun and simple game. Simply hit the ball, run as fast as you can and make sure you don’t get ‘burned’!This is a great opportunity to meet new and old friends and enjoy a fun game under the Floridian sun.
Svenska Skolan will compete with one team, or two teams depending on how many registers. If you want to join, please click here to compete the form.
Price: $15.00/person 13 years and older. Children 12 years and under are free. Once you have completed this form, please click here to submit your payment.
Everyone who registers will receive a Svenska Skolan T-shirt.
FYI, children 6 and under cannot participate in the game, but are welcome as there is a playground for them to enjoy next to the field.
When: Sunday, January 31st, 2016
Time: Registration 9-10am
Where: Snyder Park in Fort Lauderdale
Address: 3299 SW 4th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315, United States
Our mission is to provide for our children a sense of belonging in the Swedish community, an opportunity to form lasting friendships with other Swedish children, and an understanding of what it means to be Swedish. The primary goal of the Swedish School is to support the parents in their efforts to teach their children about the Swedish culture and language.
The foundation of the Swedish School is the parents’ desire to teach their children about the Swedish language, culture, and traditions. The success of the school is a direct reflection of the parents’ involvement in the organization, classrooms, events, and fundraising.
We want to open doors for our children, and enable them to study, work and live in Sweden if they should so desire.
Our educational goals (as outlined by Skolverket) include teaching our children to communicate in Swedish both verbally and in writing. The goal is also for the children to learn and reflect on environmental and societal issues in Sweden, as well as the country in which they live.
We meet every other Sunday at 2 pm at the Scandinavian Center in Davie, Florida.
2950 S Flamingo Rd, Davie, FL 33330
If you’re interested in attending, please email email@example.com
or call Åsa at: (954) 629-3995 for more information
Dates Spring 2016
Jan 3 Skridskor
Feb 7 Naturens Dag
Feb 27-28 Camping
Mar 13 Vasaloppet
May 1 Beach Day
May 29 Avslutning (Pool)
“Jatte imponerad av att hora H***** lasa pa svenska. Ni gor ett kanon jobb som ar valdigt uppskattat. Tack!”
“Jag är helt förvånad när jag hör T*** läsa på svenska! Hur duktig som helst! Jag har aldrig lärt henne läsa ett endaste ord så det har ni gjort bra !! Tack!!!”
“L*** läste på eget bevåg ut hela boken igår & återberättade på sv/ eng!”
“Vill bara dela min glädje. M*** började prata svenska ikväll. Helt plötsligt började hon fråga vad en massa ord betydde, och hur man säger olika saker. Värmer i svenska mamma hjärtat. Tack svenska skolan!! 😊”
“Thanks for an awesome Naturens Dag!!! E*** kunde inte sluta att prata om “skattjakten” (brevpil) och naturrutan och alla smadjur som han gravde upp:-)”