USA, IOWA, ALVARD BABAYAN, principal and a group of Lori school principals with REY RICHARDSON, Chief of the Educational
Department of Ames.
The principal with BRETT HOLT
and LAURA HOLT,
Peace Corps volunteers.
ALVARD BABAYAN, principal
at High School of NEVADA,
IOWA, USA.
 
     
ALVARD BABAYAN,
principal presenting her project
''Civic Education in Primary School'' during the seminar ''Giving Importance to Changes in Civic Education'' of the
''Education Out of Bounds'' Social Organization.
ALVARD BABAYAN'S, principal's consultation with
HRIPSIME GHULYAN, supervisor,
KARINE MASHINYAN, ICC monitor and
MANUSH HOVAKIMYAN before the meeting
of the Teachers' Committee.
ALVARD BABAYAN, principal in
the International Conference Participatory Democracy: Civic Initiatives and Responsibility of the Armenian Association of Women
with University Education.
 
   
ANNA KHECHIKYAN, the
ZANG Program teacher and
RUSLAN MOSINYAN, during
the training.

The Teachers Committee collaborates
steadily with the Students Committee. On the
self -governing day take the place of school administration and become the owners of school. HASMIK MARGARYAN, Deputy Head of the
Students' Committee as a school principal and
SONA KHECHIKYAN, member of the
Students' Committee, 9th grade student as
a school administrator.

The school collaborates steadily
with PROJECT HARMONY.
KARINE MASHINYAN, ICC monitor
and SONA KHECHIKYAN,
10th grade student
waiting for the results of
''THE STORY OF MY FAMILY''
competition.
 
 
 
   
     
The school has won a grant by the School Improvement Program (SIP) sponsored by the
World Bank and has founded an aisthetic center and now the school has a dance hall (choreographic classes),
a music cabinet (vocal classes) and ''KHATUTIK'' children's choir.
     
The primary school foollows the
program ''STEP BY STEP''
sponsored by the Armenian branch
of the Assistance Foundation of
Open Socirty Institute.

ALVARD BABAYAN, principal,
SATIK DAVTYAN, ANUSH MUKUCHYAN,
ANNA AVETYAN, primary school teachers
during the seminar ''STEP BY STEP'' at
school # 43 in YEREVAN.

The primary school classrooms
are furnished according to
demands of the program
''STEP BY STEP''
 
     
In summer, 2005 a graup of schoolboys and schoolgirls participated in the competitions
''SUMMER SCHOOL OF BOYS' LEADING DEVELOPMENT '' and '' GIRLS LEAD THE WORLD''.
They were organized by the New Generation Social Organization of the Educational
Development Academy and Peace Corps sponsored by the USA International Development Agency.
The winners, six girls and two boys participated in the courses.
The girls' courses were organized in the
Gugark holiday center of Lori and the boys' courses were in the camp of Torosagiugh in Shirak.
     

Armenia School Connectivity Program is a program of the US Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs funded through the FREEDOM Support Act and implemented by Project Harmony.

February, 2006, School # 8,
Alaverdi, Armenia