Korean School of Federal Way celebrates semester's end
January 29, 2013 · 11:07 AM
Mirror staff reports:
Korean School of Federal Way celebrated the end of the first semester with a special event Jan. 26. The celebration featured student presentations, performances and recognitions. (scroll down for photos)
Korean School of Federal Way (KSFW) is a Korean language school that opened in 2011. The school focuses on the four elements of language acquisition (speaking, listening, reading and writing). As part of its curriculum, the school offers culture classes such as Taekwondo, traditional dance and music, Korean film, arts and crafts and Korean storytime.
The school has a presence in the Federal Way community as an educational resource for Korean language. Korean was also approved as a foreign language requirement by Federal Way Public Schools.
Classes are open to all pre-K to 12th-graders, as well as adults. The school meets at the Federal Way Public Academy from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays during the school year, September through June.
The spring semester begins Feb. 9 and ends June 15. To learn more, visit www.ksfederalway.org or call (253) 802-5310.
Taste of Korean culture
Sample some Korean foods, try some Korean arts, and learn a Korean word or two. This is a free monthly event for the greater Federal Way community. Event runs noon to 1 p.m. on the following Saturdays: March 30, April 27 and May 25. RSVP required: (253) 802-5310. Also visit www.ksfederalway.org.