December 2020


Community Meet #5 - Students Talking Over Book and Politic Clubs

12/27/2020

Dear Nova community, we proudly announce our fifth CommunityMeet, on the topic of 'Student clubs: Book Club and Politics Club'.

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NOVA Anti-Bullying PSA

12/25/2020

We present you the winner of the school's competition on creating a Public Service Announcement titled The person behind the screen. The idea of this competition was to address hate speech and cyberbullying, while increasing empathy as a way younger generations communicate over social media and the world wide web in general. According to Very Well Family, there has been a 70% increase in cyberbullying and a 200% increase in traffic to hate sites during the covid-19 pandemic. As a community, Nova is taking a clear stand against bullying.

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Waiting for Santa

12/24/2020

At school, we were able to create our own winter Wonderland, visited by none other than Santa, one of Santa’s reindeer, an Elf and even the Grinch. Students along with their teachers prepared to dance and choir performances and enjoyed each other's creativity, all in the effort to usher the upcoming Holiday season. We are sharing some of this Holiday spirit through our photos. Wishing you restful and magical holidays! Check out the photo gallery from the event here

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Collaboration with Red Cross called Wishlist

12/23/2020

As a tradition, NOVA International Schools cooperates with the Red Cross, now a second year in a row. The holiday season is around the corner and with that the season of solidarity. Unfortunately, many children are left without presents and do not get to experience the same holiday comfort. As a way to give back to the community, we’ve teamed up with the Red Cross to donate gifts and support less fortunate children all across the country from their own wishlist. The leader of this project was Galena Jovanoska. This year we’ve gathered 65 presents based on the wishes of the children, with the support of our faculty&staff and our kind students, which was 1/3 of the wishlist.

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ES Narrative Writing pieces

12/22/2020

As we are enjoying our break, let us remind ourselves of class 5-1 which worked hard to complete a small moment narrative story. “There’s always room for a story that can transport people to another place.” The students used the website Book Creator and shared their stories with one another. These are photos of the celebration of ending this semester’s chapters of storytelling.

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Thank you healthcare workers!

12/21/2020

A big thank you, health workers, from our students - for your dedication, commitment, and courage. Thank you for being on the front-line so we could feel safe. In this short video message, NOVA students are sharing their messages of support and gratitude to healthcare workers in our country and globally. Created by: Aleksandar Atanasovski, Jovana Krstevska, Eva Nedelkovska, Boris Stojanovski and Anja Panova.

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Creative Christmas workshops for community support

12/18/2020

In the past weeks, we had a few workshops organized by the students. The first one was a workshop for Christmas Ornaments - students used recycled materials to create Christmas ornaments to bring joy to sick children in the Children’s Oncology ward at Mother Theresa Hospital. The second workshop was for making Christmas cards for the elderly - Santa’s little helpers spent their afternoon creating 65 Christmas cards to bring joy to the residents in the Home for Elderly “Mother Theresa”. Check out the photo gallery from the event here

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End of year staff gathering

12/17/2020

Saying goodbye to 2020 in the school’s backyard with some savory fluffy pancakes and tasty refreshments was a perfect send off to a most unpredictable year. It was a festive gathering, to show our appreciation for the dedicated and selfless work of our faculty and staff. If the first semester is anything to go by, we anticipate a most promising second semester. Here is to new and more hopeful beginnings. Check out the photo gallery from the event here

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BUILDING HOLIDAY SPIRIT

12/17/2020

May the holidays be filled with warmth, kindness, and a lot of homemade Gingerbreads. Our students together with their teachers and Secondary School Assistant Principal Daniel Cunningham made this amazing video with step by step guidance on how to create your own Gingerbread House. Enjoy the holiday spirit with this video filed with sugar and spice and everything nice. "Gingerbread hugs and peppermint kisses."

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NOVA Community Days

12/16/2020

December is a month to (re)connect, as NOVA offers opportunities for students to come to campus to join in on activities that focus on applied skills, and also to come in to deepen their in-class learning with a hands-on activity. Last week's Community Day was filled with artistic experimentation like photography and art, chances to flex musical muscles, and opportunity to get outdoors and into nature. NOVA continues with its Community Days this week, with even more offerings!  Check out the photo gallery from hte acctivites here

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Gingerbread House Workshop

12/15/2020

Our ES students had the chance to create their own gingerbread houses made from scratch. We have also produced a video on how to make them by yourself at home while staying safe. Stay tuned!These Gingerbread Houses taste like Christmas Spirit! Check out the photo gallery from the event here

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Our experience with Covid-19

12/14/2020

Resilience is accepting your new reality and trying to make it better than the one you had before. NOVA students interviewed members of our community, with faculty and students sharing their stories and experiences of how they’ve dealt with the covid-19 pandemic; how it has affected their lives and how they've managed to remain strong while maintaining hope for a better 2021.

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Waiting For Santa (ES winter event)

12/13/2020

We decked the halls and strung the lights for the ES Winter Event. This Friday let the warmth of good people and great performances take the chill from the air and the spirit of the season make winter easier to bear!

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Our experience with Covid-19 (Teaser Video)

12/10/2020

Each day NOVA students are finding new ways of supporting their community. This is a teaser of a short movie to be broadcasted on Monday, December 14th at 19:00. Through the Student Council, NOVA students interviewed members of our community, with faculty and students sharing their stories and experiences of how they’ve dealt with the covid-19 pandemic; how it has affected their lives and how they've managed to remain resilient, while maintaining hope for a better 2021.

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NOVA Community Days

12/9/2020

December is a month to (re)connect, as NOVA offers opportunities for students to come to campus to join in on activities that focus on applied skills, and also to come in to deepen their in-class learning with a hands-on activity. Last week's Community Day was filled with artistic experimentation like photography and art, chances to flex musical muscles, and opportunity to get outdoors and into nature. NOVA continues with its Community Days this week, with even more offerings! Check out the photo gallery from the acctivities here

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NOVA Elementary’s Halloween celebration on Nasha TV

12/7/2020

We’re thrilled to announce that NOVA's Halloween event will air on December 9th, from 7:30 pm. It will be rebroadcasted on December 10th, from 6:00 pm, December 12th, from 10:50 am and 6.15 pm and December 13th, from 4:15 pm.  Let your friends and family know so they can watch this amazing event. 

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Food Drive @ Nova

12/7/2020

A big thank you to our Nova community for all of the non-perishable food that was donated to help hungry families in our community. Our Nova PTA partnered with Retweet-a-meal, a citizen’s initiative that is doing amazing work meeting the nutritional needs of people around Skopje who don’t have the means to do so themselves. Many Nova families also donated funds that the PTA will use to purchase additional food supplies to help meet the needs in our area. In addition to that NOVA International Schools also prepared donation of 150 cooked hot meals.

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Workshop on Self-Care, Resiliency and Connection

12/4/2020

During these difficult times, it is important to take a break and reflect on our own strength and resilience. For this reason, NOVA invited Dr. Fran Prolman's to provide our faculty and staff with coping mechanisms in dealing with the pandemic while sharing guidance on self-care, self-trust and emotional healing.Dr. Prolman is an internationally recognized consultant specializing in educational leadership, school improvement and instructional strategies as well as communication skills, critical thinking and organizational development. She is known for her depth of knowledge coupled with high energy and practical application of content.Nova Parents are invited to participate in another session with Dr. Prolman on Tuesday, December 9th at 18:00. The workshop on Self-Care, Resiliency and Connection will be interactive and delivered through ZOOM. Please save the date and spread the word to others from our Nova community to join us. For more information on the session please reach out to info@nova.edu.mk

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Happy International Volunteer Day!

12/4/2020

Even now, during the pandemic, our NOVA volunteers generously give their time, act with kindness to their community. Today, we celebrate International Volunteer Day at our school by thanking volunteers and celebrating their efforts despite all the challenges at hand.This poster is in recognition of their hard work and dedication and is created by our IB student, Ergis Shaini as part of his CAS programme.

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Annual celebration of people with disabilities - Not all Disabilities are Visible

12/3/2020

On December 3 this year, during the annual celebration of people with disabilities, the 2020 theme ‘Not all Disabilities are Visible’ also focuses on spreading awareness and understanding of disabilities that are not immediately apparent. Did you know? -Of the one billion population of persons with disabilities, 80% live in developing countries. -An estimated 46% of older people aged 60 years and over are people with disabilities. -One in every five women is likely to experience disability in her life, while one in every ten children is a child with a disability. -Persons with disabilities in the world are among the hardest hit by COVID-19. Even under normal circumstances, persons with disabilities are less likely to access health care, education, employment and to participate in the community. During the COVID-19 pandemic, isolation, disconnect, disrupted routines and diminished services have greatly impacted the lives and mental well-being of people with disabilities right around the world. Spreading awareness of invisible disabilities, as well as these potentially detrimental— and not always immediately apparent— impacts on mental health is crucial as the world continues to fight against the virus.

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November 2020


Another discussion is right around the corner!

11/27/2020

We sincerely invite you to our Empower Hour, which will take place online on the 30th of November at 7pm. The event is organized by Gagik Eritsyan - CS Leader in Advocacy at Nova International Schools and Jana Majnova - Girl Up Skopje an. It is in collaboration with the event's guests - Sara Milenkovska from Stella Network and Lussh Waisted by Nilija Brown. The main purpose of this discussion is to inform, elaborate and advocate for women's empowerment in small businesses and organizations. Hence, participants can gain more information and knowledge about the role women play in business and feel encouraged to become their own bosses. To participate, apply using the google form from the link provided below, after which you will be sent a Zoom link. Additionally, you can ask any question that will be addressed during the meeting anonymously. Link: shorturl.at/ilBQ8 Looking forward to seeing you at our discussion!

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NOVA's Speech and Debate Team Celebrates A Few Firsts

11/26/2020

A talented team of debaters and skilled orators took part in NOVA's first-ever official CEESA Speech and Debate Tournament - a complicated and highly technical event which NOVA hosted for the first time. The tournament took place entirely online and following safety protocols so that team members did not share rooms or computers. Eight schools, representing Finland, Lithuania, Russia, Serbia, Albania, Turkey, and Kazakhstan met online to compete across several events. One of our Debate teams, skillfully led by Lina Nikolovska (gr. 11) and Luka Pavikjevikj (gr.10), placed 2nd among 12 teams competing in the category, while another of our debate teams made it through to the quarter-finals. Three team members placed in the finals for Speech events, including Sare Ademoska (Gr 10) for Original Oratory, and Andrej Davitkov (Gr. 10) and Artan Zumberi (Gr. 10) for Duet Acting.

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NOVA staff on a hike in the sun

11/24/2020

On a sunny Sunday, a group of highly enthusiastic NOVA faculty and staff commenced their hike around the beautiful region of Skopska Crna Gora, where adventures awaited. One of them included finding a lost dog aptly named Lucky and managing to return it to its rightful owners. Getting some vitamin D, and enjoying your colleagues’ company while safe distancing, was a great way to recharge their batteries and get ready for the last few weeks of learning prior to winter break. Check out the photo gallery from the event here

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Food Drive @ Nova

11/23/2020

Dear Nova Community, In the spirit of Thanksgiving Day, the Nova PTA is organizing a Food Drive to collect food for the less fortunate, beginning Monday, November 23rd through Friday December 4th. We are partnering with#Retweet-a-meal, a citizen’s initiative that is doing amazing work meeting the nutritional needs of people in our community who do not have the means to do so themselves. In previous years, you may remember #Retweet-a-meal cooking and delivering hot meals to needy families, but due to COVID-19, this year’s initiative will be focused on collecting non-perishable food items that can be delivered to the families.  Beginning Monday, November 23rd, each morning PTA representatives will be inside the EMS front entrance to accept donations of non-perishable food products (pasta, beans, oil, flour, sugar, canned food, shelf milk, etc.) that you think can be utilized by any family in need. If your children are not attending school in person, you can still support this initiative by making an online donation through the following link. All donations will be used by the Nova PTA to purchase additional food items to be delivered to families in need. If your company would like to make a larger food donation, please contact Ms. Arta Kjato at arta.kjato@nova.edu.mk.

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ES Halloween@Nova Video Premiere

11/19/2020

On Wednesday, November 25th at 6 pm, you will have the opportunity to experience this year's "ES Halloween@Nova". Highlights of the event that you won't want to miss include: video clips of our super creative Nova students sharing their Halloween costumes, the costume parade with students having a chance to walk the stage and present their costumes to grade-level peers, and the classroom door decorations and beautifully decorated pumpkins brought by the students to add to the atmosphere. This fun-filled event could have not happened without your support, and our Nova PTA as well. Our school looked and felt festive, students were provided with Halloween popcorn and candy treats, and photos to remind them of the day. Homeroom teachers made sure each classroom had its own Halloween theme, the artwork being a joint student, teacher and parent effort. Nova captured all of these special moments on camera, so that parents and children alike could once again enjoy their superheroes, ghosts and goblins, fairies, witches and vampires, and hear the laughter and joy of these magical and mystical creatures. The event will be broadcasted on our Nova YouTube channel and Nova's Facebook page.

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'Boris Trajkovski - Nova' scholarship program

11/18/2020

This academic cycle we want to honor the modalities of how, globally and locally, students have been learning, communicating, and collaborating. The official start for this year’s Round 1 is December 2, 2020, and the application process will last until December 8, 2020. NOVA will organise a virtual meeting for all interested individuals in a form of live Q and A on the day of the start of the application, on December 2, 2020. https://nova.edu.mk/bt-scholarship.aspx

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NOVA will be organizing a first-ever CEESA online Speech and Debate competition

11/13/2020

NOVA will be organizing a first-ever CEESA online Speech and Debate competition for students in grades 9 through 12, along with other seven CEESA International Schools from Belgrade, Tirana, Moscow, Istanbul, Helsinki, Vilnius, and Almaty. The event will take place online over a period of two days (Friday and Saturday, November 20-21) where students will have a chance to participate in debate competition, as well as three speech categories: duet acting, original oratory and Oral Interpretation. Find out more about the event (in Macedonian) from the aticle published on www.fakulteti.mk  

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Students supported by "Boris Trajkovski" scholarship

11/9/2020

One of NOVA’s goals is to drive learners into society armed with the passion and the ability to learn how to affect positive change. Having a student such as Luka Pavikjevikj proves that. He, as a ‘’Boris Trajkovski’’ Scholarship recipient, has been involved in Nova Times as editor-in-chief, and the school’s Debate Club. Luka believes that being actively engaged in the community can contribute to everlasting improvements, because it is a civic duty and a pleasure, as well. He has inspired his fellow students to share inspiring stories about women’s empowerment and has been an advocate for students' mental health through UNICEF MK. Luka hopes to be a professor one day, where he can use his platform to inspire others, spark intellectual debates and express his opinions. This job fits nicely with the skills he is currently developing - research, writing, and public speaking.

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Nova Times 5th Edition

11/9/2020

Our NOVA Times had their fifth edition published this November. Covering crucial issues with an analytical vision, they are underlining the importance of activities and current happenings of both Nova community and international affairs. Today we share with you their editorial: History: a Boring Discipline? One day after International STEM day, they spark an interesting debate about SHAPE. Learn more through their article on our website:      https://nova.edu.mk/.../Nova%20Times%205th%20Edition.pdf Have you heard of SHAPE? You probably have not. It stands for social sciences, humanities and the arts for people and the economy. SHAPE is an acronym that dons from the Universities and Arts Council of the United Kingdom would like to serve as a rebranding campaign to promote the humanities and the social sciences. The professors wanted to use this plan to emulate the success of the acronym STEM.

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Books donation by the Ukrainian Embassy

11/5/2020

On Monday, we had the privilege of hosting Ambassador Nataliia Zadorozhniuk, of Embassy of Ukraine in the Republic of North Macedonia. Her Excellency and the Ukrainian Embassy donated more than 30 books for our Secondary School library. These books open a window to Nova students to experience Ukrainian nature, history and art. We thank the Ukrainian Embassy for its continued support.   

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NOVA PTA initiative "Donate a Device"

11/4/2020

During the last month, the whole Nova community was able to come together for a common cause and gather 25 devices that will provide a window to the world and the ability for children to continue their education. Half of the equipment was purchased by the school, and the rest were used yet functional devices, donated by NOVA families. In partnership with Project Happiness Skopje, NOVA's PTA launched the initiative "Donate a Device" to support children at social risk around N. Macedonia who are in need of devices for their online education. On Monday, the devices were shared with Project Happiness representatives, for further distribution directly to the children at social risk. NOVA and the PTA consider the lack of continued education for at-risk children a major concern, and therefore dedicated their efforts specifically to this cause, in order to ensure that everyone has a right to an education, even under difficult circumstances.  

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Halloween at NOVA Elementary School

11/3/2020

Last Friday in the spirit of Halloween, our Elementary School students had their own costume parade and pumpkin carving festival, while respecting all safety protocols. From ghost and goblins to fairies, witches and vampires, the laughter and joy of these magical and mystical creatures, filled our school classrooms and hallways. The beautifully executed event could have not happened without the PTAs support, making our school look and feel festive, and ensuring every student receives a candy treat. Homeroom teachers made sure each classroom had its own Halloween theme, the artwork being a joint student, teacher and parent effort. The parade of costumes was the highlight of the event, with students having a chance to walk the stage and present their costumes to grade-level peers, while also posing for a video and photos. The whole event was streamed for parents, who were unable to join their children in the audience. Check out the photo gallery from the event here

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October 2020


Have a Spooktacular Halloween!

10/29/2020

This Friday, Elementary School students will have the chance to enjoy the fruits of their enthusiastic labor. Supporeted by the PTA and their teachers, students used pumpkins, sweets, spooks, and treats, to create their own small Halloween fest. It's Halloween, everyone's entitled to one good scare.   

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Crepuscular Cinema in the Covid era- A Halloween themed Student Council Undertaking

10/28/2020

To close off the week before the beginning of the long weekend, the NOVA Student Council, led by Co-presidents Jana Hristova and Jana Perusheshka, organized an evening film screening on Thursday evening (Oct 22nd). By watching the movie Corpse Bride, we agree with the famous quote from the director Tim Burton, “For some of us, Halloween is everyday.” Students arrived, braced for the chilly autumn air and prepared to follow health and safety protocols. Thanks to the audience, we were able to collect a donation for future projects. With it's first successful event of the year behind it, the Student Council is looking forward to tking on even bigger challenges.  

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Donations for Special Needs School “Idnina”

10/27/2020

Despite going virtual, this year's NOVA Family Bazaar, showcased admirable volunteerism through music and performances, and of course the cooking talents of our community. We are excited to share how donations from our Nova community following the 2020 Virtual Family Bazaar made a difference on another campus, Special Needs School “Idnina.” During our NOVA Family Bazaar we were able to collect funds which were used for upgrading four classrooms. Now the students of Idnina are using new furniture which will meet their needs. Big thanks to our Parent and Teachers Association for supporting the realization of the bazaar. We couldn't have done it without you, thank you!  

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Meet Sara Milenkovska our new Communications and Alumni Coordinator

10/26/2020

Hi Nova community! My name is Sara Milenkovska, and I will be joining Nova as the Communications and Alumni Coordinator. After studying political science, I enrolled at the Institute for Communication Studies for a degree in Management of Strategic Communications. As the co-founder for Stella, a women’s mentorship network, I firmly believe in solidarity and equal opportunities for all. Shifting my main focus to education, for me, is a way to contribute to long-term change.

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AlumniTalks - Elena & Sare

10/21/2020

Dear Nova community, today we share with you the sixth episode from our AlumniTalks video chats. The idea behind this project is to provide a platform for discussions between our student and alumni community. In this episode we are focusing on the education and career path of Elena Petrevska, who studied at the Mannheim University of Applied Sciences in Germany (electrical engineering) and continued working in the years after, as an embedded engineer in Pepperl+Fuchs, a company for factory and process automation.

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SuperNOVA Athletic Program

10/21/2020

Even in these challenging and uncertain times of the Covid-19 pandemic, we are committed to offering organized athletic opportunities to our students.Please take a look at the impressions from the start of ourSuperNOVA soccer individual skills and cross country session for our students in grades 6 through 12. (link)

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Community Meet 5 - Assessment in the MYP program

10/21/2020

We are organizing the fifth Nova CommunityMeet, this time focused on assessment in the MYP program. Join us on the 21st of October on Zoom for the discussion.

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Canceled - SAT test session on 07.11.2020

10/19/2020

Dear SAT test takers please be informed that the SAT test session scheduled for November 7th, 2020 is cancelled.

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Teachers' Appreciation Day

10/16/2020

Nova Faculty and Administration had an opportunity to reconnect, recharge and enjoy the nice fall weather over some coffee and pancakes in the City Park.This event was a part of our Teachers Appreciation Day activities in the school. Check out the photo gallery from the event here

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Nova Runs, 2020

10/13/2020

It is a proud tradition in #Nova International Schools that we participate as a team in the Skopje Marathon. This year was no different, our colleagues: Ivan, Vale, Kimberly, Sasho, and Marjan took part in the Marathon and participated in the 42km relay race. They won 7th place, had loads of fun, and shared these quotes about the experience: “In the midst of all this uncertainty, running the 42km relay and taking part in a team activity, provided a semblance of normality. The ability to partake in the Skopje marathon with my colleagues was a great honor. I’m happy that we were able to keep the tradition going, and am confident many more will join us in May 2021.” – Ivan Novakovski The highlight of my first experience running on the Nova relay marathon team was feeling the support of my teammates; I was running not just for myself, but for my team. As the last leg of the relay I knew I had to finish in order to earn the medals for all of my teammates! I was excited to learn that our relay team improved our time from last year's mixed relay time.  – Kimberly Fry Together Everyone Achieves More. The reason behind this is that a lovely team, as I am lucky to have it, inspires and motivates you, and at the same time, you are more than happy to do that for them. – Valentina Joshevska Being part of 1500 participants is a great pleasure. This year was a special year. I didn't train enough; the weather was hot and I just was focused to finish the race. In the end we finished seventh which is not bad. That inspires and motivates us so I hope next year we will have time to prepare and fight for the first three places. Thank you, runners! – Saso Kostikj Despite the new conditions we are placed into, in regards to COVID, NOVA created a positive yet strong and competitive team for the relay marathon of Skopje 2020.  We all ran as one and deserved our medals in the end on a very warm October day.  The team feels great about finishing in the top ten teams on this marathon and it looks forward to running the Skopje Marathon 2021.- Marjan Peovski

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Donate a device - NOVA PTA Charity Action

10/8/2020

Dear Nova community, In partnership with Project Happiness Skopje and Nova, the Nova PTA is launching the initiative "Donate a Device" to support underprivileged children around Macedonia who are in need of devices for their virtual education. Project Happiness has identified 40 single parent families across the country who need our help to enable their children to participate in online learning. All donated devices will be checked by a technician who will make sure that the devices are ready for student use. In cases where the donated device has some technical issues, parts from several used devices can be combined to make one or more devices ready for use. As an organization, company or individual, if you have a smartphone, desktop computer, laptop computer or tablet that you aren't using, you can donate them through this humanitarian initiative that will make the education process easier for these children in need.  What to donate: NEW or USED -Smartphones -Desktop computers -Laptop computers -Tablets -Monitors -Keyboards Specifications:  -2010 models or newer -Laptops and Computers should have at least 2 GB RAM memory and possibility to install at  minimum OS Windows 7.0  -If possible please include power cords All donations should be dropped off at the Nova High School Security desk from now through October 20th. Nova will also accept online donations towards the purchase of new devices for these students in need. Please use this link to the Nova website where you can donate any amount to make a difference. Whether you donate a new or used device, or money towards the purchase of one, you are influencing the future of these young people from 40 families and their path to become educated members of our society. Let's do it together! Thanks for your consideration. Please email any questions to pta@nova.edu.mk. Your Nova PTA

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Nova students learned about the life and work of Konstantin Miladinov

10/7/2020

Nova students learned about the life and work of Konstantin Miladinov, through reciting his poems and drawing work inspired by them. This is some of their work.

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AlumniTalks - Simeon and Elena

10/5/2020

Dear Nova community, today we share with you the fifth episode from our AlumniTalks video chats. The idea behind this project is to provide a platform for discussions between our student and alumni community. In this episode we are focusing on the education and career path of Simeon Dukic, a Nova graduate, and a 'Boris Trajkovski' scholar, who holds an MA in Intelligence and International Security from King's College London. He also currently works as the manager for the Strong Cities Network for the Balkans and Central Asia, Institute for Strategic Dialogue, London UK. The student interviewing Simeon is Elena Karchicka.

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Community Meet 4 IBDP Induction Presentation

10/2/2020

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Nova Community Days, volume 3

10/1/2020

The Nova Community Days are created to welcome back students on campus. Yesterday, we had a wide range of events planned for our students, including: a morning hike up the Vodno mountain, outdoor artwork, IB students coming to campus for individual meetings with our faculty members, students coming to campus for three different Science Lab experiments, as well as meetings of the Nova (Newspaper) Club and the Student Council.In addition, Grade six students were welcomed on campus in preparation for the Secondary School's switch to Blended Learning, which begins with the sixth grade on October 5th. Over 60% of the grade level attended the walkthrough, learning how to safely move through the campus, and how to adapt to the new Blended Learning timetable. Based on the feedback from students, all are excited to return to campus to spend time with their friends and teachers. Check out the photo gallery from the event here

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Third Community Meet

10/1/2020

Mark your calendars for our 3rd Community Meet, this time dedicated to our MYP programme. Tune in on our Facebook and YouTube on the 1st of October at 6pm to watch this event online.

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