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First Avenue Kumon Awards 2019!
When: Tuesday, December 17th, 2019
Where: Trout Lake Community Centre, Vancouver, BC
More details to come!
This year, we would like to celebrate the achievement of 4 of the students at our centre.
The following students achieved G by 5 star status in Math:
And the following students achieved G by 5 star status in Reading:
Reaching level G by Grade 5 is a fantastic achievement. These students will be receiving their award at our yearly First Avenue Kumon Student Achievement Awards event.
This year our centre will be closed to celebrate the holidays with family and friends.
The centre will be closed from December 24th to January 2nd.
Emails and phone calls sent during that time will be replied to in January.
Students will receive a homework list on their last day of class so that they can keep up with their daily assignments.
Please see the friendly Kumon staff if you have any questions.
Come celebrate the accomplishments of the students at the Kumon Math and Reading Centre of Vancouver – First Avenue. Honor Roll students will each receive an award that recognizes their achievement
Saturday, December 5th, 2015
Grandview Room, Trout Lake Community Centre
12-12:30 Pre-Kindergarten to grade 4
12:30-1PM: Grade 5-12
Please note that class will not be held on this day. It will be a drop-in day to exchange homework, pick up awards, and have your picture taken. Kumon students are invited to bring one guest per student to share in the celebration.
To attend please RSVP by placing the insert card into the white drop box at the centre.
A special word of congratulations to our G by 5 stars!
First Avenue Kumon Students Justin, Carl, Queenie and Boya all achieved G by 5 star status.
What is G by 5? G by 5 is a special acknowledgement from Kumon North America to our students who have persevered to reach the G level of Kumon study before advancing to the 6th grade at school.
What’s covered in the G level? Topics such as working with positive and negative numbers and working with algebra. Typically these topics are covered in high school.
This is a fantastic achievement by Justin, Carl, Queenie and Boya who join other G by 5 stars of our centre, Julie and Caroline. Our students and their parents deserve praise for their hard work and efforts!
Did you know about the Children’s Arts Tax Credit?
Children’s Arts Tax Credit (CATC)
For the 2011 tax year, families who have enrolled their children in a range of developmental activities, including tutoring in academic subjects (such as Kumon) can benefit from the Children’s Arts Tax Credit. When filing 2011 personal income tax returns, parents will be able to claim up to $500 of eligible expenses and receive a non-refundable tax credit of up to $75 per child under the age of 16 or under the age of 18 with a disability. For more information, please go to: www.cra-arc.gc.ca/gncy/bdgt/2011/qa01-eng.html.
Expenses paid for the cost of Kumon monthly tuition and registration qualify for this credit.
If you have any questions, please contact us.