“You Light Our Path of Darkness”

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“You light our path of darkness,” that’s one of our students’ words when the class was wishing the teacher and class aide “a Happy Teachers Day” for Teacher Appreciation Week. During this unconventional time, these words reflect the positive and necessary impact of LCNV’s work, which is truly meaningful to all of us. Sonia talks about how important LCNV’s English …

“[I am] encouraged to practice at home with my children!”

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With LCNV’s Distance Learning Classes up and running, we are delighted to see students and teachers having a joyous time together. The energy, laughter, and positivity plowing in the classroom is precious and makes everything worthwhile! This week, we would like to share with you Katherin’s essay about how learning English has helped her to have more interactions with people …

Zainab: “I have the Best Teachers. They Help Me a Lot.”

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Having a good teacher is a critical part of language education. A good teacher helps you understand the materials better, improve faster, and feel encouraged and motivated throughout your learning process. At LCNV, we feel blessed whenever we hear our students say, “we have the best teachers!”. We are extremely thankful to our teachers who during these unconventional times,  keep …

Happy National Volunteer Week!

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Happy National Volunteer Week! Volunteers are absolutely critical to fulfilling our mission and we are fortunate to be connected to so many amazing, dedicated individuals. They support our learners as teachers, class aides, and administrative roles in our office; and we are truly thankful for the difference they made in our learners’ lives! In Marlon’s essay, he expressed how our …

“English helps me to travel throughout the world.”

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LCNV’s Distance Learning programs are up and running with tremendous success, and we will extend our current semester from April 23 to June 30 at no additional cost. We are working tirelessly to provide English literacy instruction during this unconventional time. We understand the difficulties and eagerness of our learners, and we want to support them in realizing their hopes and …