2011-2012 Meyerholz CLIP Chinese Language Contest (中文學術比賽)
Our annual Chinese Language Contest will take place on Jan 20, 2012 (Take-home Art Contest will be from Jan 5-9, 2012). Additional information is here . You can read the rules in here (English or Chinese). For read-aloud materials, read here for more information. Registration will be on Dec 1 and can be accessed via here. For Jan 20 Contest Day Room Assignment, click here.
2010-2011 Meyerholz CLIP Chinese Language Contest (中文學術比賽)
The Chinese Language Contest which was held on Friday, 1/21/11, was a success! We had 220 students from Meyerholz, Miller and Lawson who participated in five categories of the contest which is about 50% of our clip student population. The CLC Committee was able to provide this great opportunity for our students to gain experience outside of their classroom environment in public speaking, writing, reading and listening in Chinese. Registration for the contest was also done on-line this year.
This event would not happen without the dedicated hard working parent volunteers working closely with our CLIP teachers. In addition, CLC was sponsored by CLIP families this year, and we were able to raise $180 from art contest, $528.25 from language contest and $1,500 from CLIP family sponsors to cover the cost of ANCCS registration fee, teacher judges’ gifts, food for judges, trophies and duplication and supplies.CLIP Chinese Language Contest has successfully completed.
Click here for this year winning paintings
The CLC Mission is to provide opportunity for our students to gain experience outside of their classroom environment in public speaking, writing, reading and listening in Chinese. This event also serves as stepping stones to prepare our students to go to the ANCCS Academy Contest and the CLTAC Speech Contest in April annually. Most of our internal contest rules are derived from these two major Northern California contests.
Chinese Language Contest got started five years ago by a group of parents. It was a grassroots effort that takes 6-9 months of research and planning. The contest category varies year to year and depends upon the resources and human power.