New Yorgi Eesti Kool

New York Estonian School
Asume New Yorgi Eesti Majas
We are located in the New York Estonian House

New Yorgi Eesti Kool on täiendõpet pakkuv kool. Kooli põhieesmärgiks on eesti keele oskuse arendamine ja eesti kultuuri tutvustamine. Õppekavas on eesti keeles lugemine, sõnavara täiendamine, grammatika, kodulugu, ajalugu, rahvatants ning laulmine.

New York Estonian School takes place on every other Saturday. Its main purpose is to develop Estonian language skills and teach students Estonian culture. The curriculum includes reading in Estonian, improving vocabulary, grammar, learning about history, folk dance, singing, etc.

AjaluguHistory

New Yorgi Eesti Kooli asutamis koosolek toimus 18. oktoobril 1939. New Yorgi Eesti Kool lõpetas tegevuse 1947 aastal ja sündis jälle 12. novembril 1950, kui peeti avaaktus NY Eesti Majas. 1970. aastal kooli ametlikuks nimeks sai “New Yorgi Eesti Haridusseltsi Eesti Kool”.
Õpetajad olid Filitsata Gleser(Skonberg), Linda Dreyman, F. Raudsepp ja pr. Trei. Koolipäevad toimusid reede õhtul kell 7-9 p.l. Esimesel koolipäeval tuli kohale 20 last.
1939 a. koolijuhatajaks oli Salme Kaiv.
E. Nei oli koolijuhataja 1942 - 1947a. Kooli klassid peeti alguses Lenox Avenue’l Harlem’is ja siis 125-ndal tänaval, ka Harlem’is.

The New York Estonian School was re-established on November 12, 1950, when the opening ceremony was held at the NY Estonian House. In the 1970s, the school's official name became "The NYEHS Estonian School".
The New York Estonian School was established on October 18, 1939.
The principal was Salme Kaiv, the wife of Johannes Kaiv, who was the Estonian Ambassador-In-Exile in the United States for many years
The teachers were Filitsata Gleser (Skonberg), Linda Dreyman, F. Raudsepp, and Mrs. Trei. The school met on Friday evenings from 7-9 PM,
And there were 20 students present on the first school day. The school met at the NY Estonian Educational Society facilities in Harlem at Lenox Avenue, and then later on 125th Street.
The school closed its doors in 1947, but was reborn again in 1950, when a ceremonial gathering was held at the new home
of the Society on 34th Street.

The principals of the NY Estonian School have been:

Leo Ruumet     1950 -1961
Eduard Kärner 1961 - 1984
Tõnu Vanderer 1984 - 1989
Toomas Sõrra  1989 - 2005
Toomas Sõrra & Tiina Vaska 2002 - 2005
Karin Kärner   2005 - 2009
Virve Lane 2009 - 2010
Merike Barborak 2010 - 2018
Laura Viidebaum 2018 -

School statistics – students:

During the period 1952-1998  - 337 students have graduated NY Estonian School.
1952 – 85 students , 1959 – 126 students , 1962 – 112 students, 1964 – 110 students, 1968 – 90 students, 1971 – 81 students, 1981 – 61 students, 1988 – 33 students, 1990 – 47 students, 1999 – 37 students, 2005 - 40 students.

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Eesti Kool 2011

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Kontakt Contact

Meiega saad kontakti võtta:
Kooli juhataja: Laura Viidebaum
e-mail: laura.viidebaum@gmail.com
Juhataja asetäitja: Merike Barbarok
e-mail: merike.barborak@gmail.com

Toeta meid Donate

Kõik annetused Abistamiskomiteele
ja ERKÜ-le on maksuvabad.

All contributions to the Estonian Relief Committee and EANC are tax deductible.

Aadress Address

New Yorgi Eesti Kool
243 East 34th Street New York,
NY 10016