March 2021


IB Visual art May 2021- Interviews

3/31/2021

The visual arts are an integral part of everyday life, permeating all levels of human creativity, expression, communication and understanding. Hear about the work process of our students during their final IB Visual Arts 2021 exhibition.

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IB Files Podcasts

3/31/2021

The second episode of our podcast IB Files is out. In this episode, we explore the mystery surrounding IB Certificates vs. The Full Diploma. We give students a view of the pros and cons behind each route. (link)

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Jana Ognjanovska's project presented at World Down Syndrome Day Virtual UN conference

3/26/2021

Congratulations to Jana Ognjanovska, since her project was presented at the World Down Syndrome Day Virtual UN conference. This amazing video shows just a glimpse of the astonishing work that was done in the previous period. Through the website and her activism, Jana and her peers were able to raise awareness about the 21st March - World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) more details on the website: shorturl.at/bwAI2

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Food donation initiative

3/26/2021

As part of their CAS project, a group of students have organized a food donation initiative in cooperation with the organization “Food for you”. The general purpose of the organization is aiming to provide essential necessities for the youth without guardian support. The main philosophy is that everyone who wants to help can do so in their own way, by donating packed and dry food. During the period of Monday 29th till Wednesday 31st, the first official week of food donations will take place at NOVA International Schools. In the HS Auditorium area, there will be boxes placed for the donation. Everyone is encouraged to bring anything if able to. Recommended food includes: pasta, canned food, any food in a jar, dry food, milk, oil and vinegar, juices and snacks. We hope you will take part in this charity!

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Asklepian Medical Society North Macedonia webinar

3/26/2021

The Asklepian Medical Society in Hong Kong is a student-led organization that strives to foster the well-rounded development of future medical professionals. North Macedonia was honored to take part as a sub-branch based on their central AMS branch in Hong Kong. The Asklepian Medical Society North Macedonia Sub-branch carries the purpose of creating a locally-minded society that will help anyone interested in medicine, get in closer touch with the reality of it and meet medical professionals.Their first official webinar will take place on the 27th of March (Saturday) starting at 11:00 AM till 1:00 PM.

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CAS students say thank you!

3/23/2021

This video serves as a 'thank you' note to our teachers and their lenient and understanding etiquette towards the students. We are grateful for everything that you do, and even though it might not seem like it at times, we respect the hard work that you do in order for our knowledge to keep on flourishing.

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Artistic Empowerment- How dance can express activism

3/18/2021

MYP 2 Students explored the concept of activism as a means to further social justice and a compassionate community. They critiqued performances and learned how dance can empower people to express the ideas they care about. This is a great example of integration between subjects: English, Individuals and Societies class, and Dance. As a whole class, they worked with their English and Individuals and Societies teachers to write a speech about something they cared about as a group. Individual speeches were combined into a single speech that incorporated at least one line from each student's work. Throughout the Hip Hop dance lessons, students learned how to create short dance sequences based on a speech they created in English language and literature class, and Individuals and Societies class. This dance uses spoken word, music, and movements to communicate and interpret the need for knowing the role- be the voice behind the megaphone.

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21st March - World Down Syndrome Day

3/18/2021

21st March - World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) is a global awareness day that has been officially observed by the United Nations since 2012. This year, Down Syndrome International is organizing a 21-day challenge which started from 1st March and will last until 21st March, to help people learn about, advocate for and support people with Down Syndrome. Interested students can participate in their own 21-day challenge by sign up on the following link . By signing up students will receive daily informative e-mails about people with Down syndrome in addition to steps to complete their challenge.  

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NOVA Refugee Service Learning

3/17/2021

Four class representatives from the 8th grade visited the reception centre for asylum seekers in Vizbegovo on Wednesday, March 10th. The students learned about the centre and the process of seeking asylum visiting with the children who currently live there. We delivered gifts for the children which were generously donated by 8th-grade students and their families as well as by the PTA. The children were full of gratitude for these thoughtful gifts. The gift exchange was a two-way exchange. The children had prepared a special thank you card, chocolates, homemade artwork, and homemade masks for us as well.Through a conversation facilitated by a translator, the students learned that many of them share the common favourite sport of football, and they expressed a desire to share a game of football in the future! This service-learning experience is just the beginning of a relationship with representatives from both the UNHCR as well as the reception centre.  Check out the photo gallery from the event here

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NOVA student and NOVA Alumna success story!

3/16/2021

A NOVA student and a NOVA Alumna are listed as two of the most successful women this year for their campaign and initiative on catcalling called Fishkëllima by Motiv infotainment show. Congratulations Merita Bela and Nesa Marku! Merita Bela shared that: It was an amazing experience as a Nova Student to create a campaign that tackles the issue of street harassment and cat-calling; doing an interview on this topic was a wonderful chance for us to talk openly about this very important issue. This campaign opened a lot of doors for us and it is an honour working with an amazing team, and collaborating with other NGOs and creating incredible content also working hard for the community. This never-ending issue has to end and women should feel safe no matter what. On Wednesday, March 17th, starting from 12pm, Merita and Nesa are organizing an event called "Catcalling is not a compliment" supported by Peace Corps on zoom.   You can register here: shorturl.at/xMNWX

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Middle States Association Accreditation

3/12/2021

Schools has received, reviewed and accepted NOVA International School's Mid-Term Report. The report was found to be complete and show evidence of faithful implementation of the strategic plan for growth and improvement despite the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our school community was commended for the accommodations and adaptations made to keep everyone safe during this very difficult year. It was further noted that the school has aligned its organisational, numeracy and literacy objectives, with its plan for growth and improvement. An integral part of this process being our professional improvement planning with a focus on continuous progress.NOVA’s accreditation lasts until December 1, 2024.The Middle States Association is a worldwide leader in accreditation and school improvement. For over 125 years, Middle States has been helping school leaders establish and reach their goals, develop strategic plans, promote staff development and advance student achievement.

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NOVA's Student Club alert: The Asklepian Medical Society

3/10/2021

NOVA's Student Club alert: The Asklepian Medical Society (AMS) is a student-led organization that strives to foster the development of future medical professionals. The purpose of the AMS North Macedonia sub-branch is to be locally minded and engage with medical professionals in the country to provide clearer information about medicine and everything related to it. The committee group is not only for students interested in the medical field but is also meant for anyone who would like to make the sub-branch's purpose a reality. Through a variety of roles that include creating posters, graphic design, managing websites, holding interviews, organizing webinars, and communicating with medical professionals, committee group members can help the sub-branch achieve its goals. Contact the Sub-branch Leader Agata Chochkova (ac14311@nova.edu.mk) or the Secretariat Leader Cvetanka Eftimova (ce4050@nova.edu.mk) if interested. 

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NOVA Scavenger Hunt adventure

3/9/2021

Last Wednesday we enjoyed another NOVA Community day with our lower Secondary school students. It was a sunny day and the students joined us on an amazing Scavenger Hunt adventure in the City park. We were divided into teams and everyone was completing different sets of challenges. We are thankful to our students who supported this activity. See you all next week in the City ZOO for another Scavenger Hunt adventure. C heck out the photo gallery from the event here

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International Women's day 2021

3/8/2021

Jovana Krstevska is our 9-grade student who is one of our most dedicated students in our Service Learning programme. She wrote this article for the competition organised by Young Feminist Europe  -  an open platform that aims to amplify young feminist voices and activities across Europe. (http://www.youngfeminist.eu/)  Jovana Krstevska 2/3/2021 Equality vs. Equity On Feminism. “I don’t know why that word is so scary to people, it shouldn’t be, because it justmeans equality.” Those are the words of the world famous actress Jennifer Lawrence. She usesthe word “scary” to describe how many people view feminism. Scary is a word used to describesomething that’s frightening, not something that helps us bring equality into this world. Mygeneration especially has this problem by viewing feminism in a wrong way. Now, you mightthink I’m only talking about the males of my generation, but no, a number of femalesmisunderstand it too. I often talk to my friends about it since I’ve been fighting for my rights as awoman since I knew what that meant. I have never thought that someone is less valuable just bylooking at their gender, but as years go by I have seen myself and other girlfriends are beingdisprivileged just because we are “girls”. That gets me angry, it gets every single one of themangry too, so we act! By speaking out, some people have found a way to make feminism aboutpraising women, while denouncing men and feminism is simply not that. The official definitionof this word is “ the advocacy of women's rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes” ,which clearly states that feminism is misunderstood. So, when a feminist would be asked to givea definition of a woman, she would say a human being of the feminine gender, but neverdescribe them as a wife, girlfriend or a man’s companion. Individuals which fear feminists, fearbeing equal to women because by admitting equality between men and women, they wouldactually have to acknowledge women and outwork them if they want to be better. That beingsaid, some women fear being feminists and some men fear feminists. But why would that be, onemight ask. It is because feminism is represented in an awful way where that way describesfeminists as women who are too loud, too aggressive, too strong, anti-men or even unattractive.That is definitely not feminism, but a mockery of feminism and that is exactly why many womendo not want to be recognised as feminists. Now, if feminism was described as a movementtowards equality like it actually is, I know many would change their minds. Feminism is livingwith knowledge that your values being female are the same as the ones of a man, so I know thatnext time I don’t laugh at my friend’s sexist joke, they will get what’s wrong with it. I know thatnext time a teacher chooses only boys for their “strength”, they will think about it. I know thatthe next Women’s day my friend won’t send me a picture of a dishwasher again as acongratulation card passing it as a joke. I am hurt by everyday such actions of my classmates,family members, friends, teachers or other adults. I am hurt when their face changes after I makea feminist comment, I am hurt when they say I am controlling after a feminst comment. I wantequality for everyone, and I think all other women do too. Now, if we change this wrong viewingof feminism, the world could change. We could all together walk towards an equal future forourselves and for future generations. So, the older generations are not our main problem, but ournewer generations learning about feminism in all the wrong ways are. We should be taught thatwomen or men of equality do not fear equality, because feminism is equality. This is not a blackand white issue, I know that, however I ask you to understand, and acknowledge all the womenworking hard and all the women who have worked hard to get us here. From Victoria Woodhull,Florence Nightingale, Simone de Beauvoir, Gloria Steimen, Ruth Bader Geinsberg, EmmaWatston and thousands more . All with different professions and interests in life, but onecommon goal, reaching full equality. Let’s not go backwards in history, let’s move forwardtogether and work towards an equal future where we teach new generations how hard feministshave worked to bring us where we are today and how hard they will have to work, to fulfill theever longing wish, for equality.

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'Boris Trajkovski - Nova 2021' scholarship program - In the Media

3/8/2021

         

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MK Community Meet 8 MYP and Arts

3/5/2021

Arts stimulate young imaginations, challenge perceptions and develop creative and analytical skills. Hear from NOVA faculty members Ana, Ivan and MYP curriculum coordinator Amanda, share the processes and experiences related to teaching the MYP curriculum, specifically related to the Arts. Involvement in the arts fosters critical and creative thinking skills that allow students to appreciate cultural context. These skills create learners who are caring, principled and knowledgeable global citizens.

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February 2021


Scholarship Results 2021

2/26/2021

  ПРОГРАМА ЗА СТИПЕНДИРАЊЕ БОРИС ТРАЈКОВСКИ-НОВА 2021 Стипендијата Борис Трајковски  за  академски и лидерски постигнувања  ја добиваат: Калина Гоцевска – ОУ „Јохан Хајнрих Песталоци“ Скопје Искра Митевска  - ОУ „Коле Неделковски“ Скопје Михаил Мирчески – ОУ „Кочо Рацин“  Прилеп Останатите учениците кои беа дел од вториот круг тестирање  ќе добијат писмено известување за понатамошната постапка за аплицирање за финансиска помош.   26 февруари 2021

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Valentine's at NOVA

2/17/2021

Dear Nova Community,Thank you for joining our lovely initiative of celebrating Valentine, organized by our PTA! We hope you enjoyed the sweets and made someone happy with the small surprises! Check out the photo gallery from the event here

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International Chapter Math Competition 2021

2/16/2021

NOVA International Schools participated in the International Chapter Math Competition organized by Mathcounts Foundation, which was held online. To continue the MS MathCounts tradition we started the preparations at the beginning of November 2020. The meetings were one hour long, twice a week at which we were discussing the solving process for difficult tasks. Despite regular school obligations and mathcounts meetings, the students were individually solving hard math problems. It’s our pleasure to inform you that the students were working very hard and were committed to their challenge till the end.Students that participated in the competition are:Angelina Buleska - 6th gradeGalina Aranitasi - 6th gradeAdam Cestovaliev - 7th gradeGerman Zhegalov - 7th gradeMatej Atanasovski - 8th gradeVanja Estatieva - 8th gradeKyan Azgour - 8th gradeFilip Angelovski - 8th gradeThe students' overall results are rewarding. Our student German Zhegalov qualified for Chapter Invitational Competition, which will take place on February 22nd. This competition will also be held online. Special thanks to Jasmina Dzurovska Blazheska for helping our coaches Aleksandra Kizova and Simona Naumovska.  Check out the photo gallery from the event here

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NOVA Green Initiative

2/15/2021

Three of #NOVA students Vasilisa Shashkova, Eva Ristikj and Anja Pavlova became young climate change ambassadors. They aim to raise awareness on climate change through a COP26 Simulation with Young Climate Ambassadors that will be held on 20th of February.  Simulation of the UN Conference of Parties  (COP26)  The first simulation of COP26 in the country and beyond will involve 20 young ambassadors for climate change who were previously trained through the online course on Climate Diplomacy.  COP26 this year  will be held in November, Glasgow, United Kingdom, while the simulation will be online on 20/2/2021 and will involve relevant decision makers.   Express  your interest in following  the conference and receiving the preparatory materials by filling out the form. https://forms.gle/VGXhPAubzSXgPbxWA  The COP26 simulation is realized within the project Young Ambassadors for Climate Change supported by the British Embassy in Skopje. https://www.bidizelen.org/en/young-climate-ambassadors-higher-ambition/ Here is the interview made by Eva and Anja. 1. WHAT IS YOUR ROLE AS A YOUNG CLIMATE AMBASSADOR IN GOGREEN?     EVA: My immediate role as a young climate ambassador is to spread awareness on issues of climate change, providing resources and education for people in my community to voice their opinions and engage in these issues as well. Rallying others to this important cause is crucial, as government action is achievable only if more people voice their concerns. I would also thank the British Embassy for supporting young people and the project Young Climate Ambassadors. ANJA: Definitely what Eva said. As a young climate ambassador in Go Green, my role is to educate and spread awareness on the issues that we are all facing due to climate change. My purpose and my goals with joining this program are to be a part of the solution and encourage others to join. Motivating people to all work together on this because together we are stronger. By collectively working on the surroundings we will help create a sustainable green environment for all. 2. WHAT DO YOU PLAN TO DO ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE? WOULD YOU CONSIDER IT A CRISIS OR AN EMERGENCY? TELL US MORE ABOUT YOUR PLANS IN DETAIL. EVA: Climate change is an ongoing crisis which needs immediate, yet continuous addressing. The government needs to have goals for the future and work towards eliminating local issues such as air and soil pollution. My agenda is to educate and engage my peers so they are also informed on the severity of these issues, as well as to demand government action. ANJA: When visualizing the ideal future, I see a greener world with a plan to sustain it. This is a project that must be a paramount priority for us all. Climate change is a global emergency and it will not stop until we engage. I am currently working on projects with GoGreen and my peers from GoGreen. I am also further educating myself on the topic and preparing for the Simulation of the UN Climate Change Conference. This Conference will take place on February 20th at 11am. With this I want to further involve myself and encourage others to do so as well. 3. HOW CAN OTHER NOVA STUDENTS JOIN YOU IN THIS CAUSE? EVA: NOVA students can join the Simulation of COP26, which will take place on February 20th at 11am, and get informed about the biggest climate event so far organized in the UK, and how the world discusses and deals with climate change. I would also encourage NOVA students to contact me personally if they want to contribute to such causes in the community. ANJA: I agree with Eva, the first thing they can do is watch the live simulation on Go Green’s FB profile. We have to understand that as young people, we are going to suffer from the consequences of climate change. Therefore, we must act as soon as possible. Young people must be involved in decision-making processes regarding climate change. Nova is a community, and I hope that the rest of my fellow classmates will join me, and help the community create a better environment and surrounding. Link to the project Link to the event

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After School Activities and Clubs

2/15/2021

We are happy to inform you that we are adding new activities to our Afterschool curriculum, also for the first time, we are offering Activities/Classes for NOVA parents as part of ASA. Classes for Parents, Kundalini YOGA, starting today, Monday 15th (you can try the first class before committing), Macedonian Language for Non-Natives, starting tomorrow Tuesday 16th.More information and registration forms can be found here: https://nova.edu.mk/after_school_activities_and_clubs.aspx

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Valentine's @ Nova

2/12/2021

The countdown is on...to the celebration of Valentine's @ Nova. Anticipation...freshly baked treats coming soon! Is there someone sweet you want to treat?  

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HS Speech and Debate tournament 2021

2/11/2021

NOVA International schools participated in an online Speech and Debate tournament organized by Kyiv International School. Two of NOVA debating teams made it to the quarterfinals, while the amazing team of Leona Simeonova and Luka Pavikjevikj made it to the finals. They competed against Kyiv International School there. Followed by this success, Luka Pavikjevikj also made it to the finals with his Original oratory speech focused on the Nobel Prize and its winners.NOVA International School shares gratitude to its faculty and staff for participating, organising and supporting the execution of the tournament flawlessly. 

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NOVA Community Days 2021

2/9/2021

Yesterday we enjoyed another NOVA Community day with our upper Secondary school students. The cold weather and snow didn’t keep our students away from spending a couple of hours on the ice skating ring at the Boris Trajkovski sports centre.Although we made sure to keep physically distant, socially, we enjoyed each other’s company and showcasing some cool movements on the ice. Who knew that ice skating is such a thing for a country with over 300 sunny days.We are thankful to our students that supported this activity and looking forward on enjoying each other’s company in our next school community day.Stay safe everyone,Your lovely chaperone teachers. Check out the photo gallery from the event here

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Knowledge Bowl 2021

2/9/2021

On 5 and 6 February 2021, the CEESA HS Knowledge Bowl tournament took place online for the first time in history. Thirteen international schools took part with a total of 21 teams competing in the team rounds. The captain of NOVA International Schools’ team, Alessandro Bogo, won the individual competition (Academic Bee) and was proclaimed CEESA champion out of sixty students in competition.Our team gave a terrific performance in the team round, winning all five matches by an overwhelming margin. After the end of the team rounds, our team was seeded second out of twenty one teams for the final rounds.The coaches are very proud of NOVA’s team which proved to have fully embraced the new rules of the game and the specifics of playing online. And our school is extremely delighted to have these kinds of supporting coaches and dedicated students.‘’We cannot stress enough the contribution of the captain, Alessandro Bogo. His fast reactions, comprehensive knowledge, and tactical skills were crucial for the consistent top performance of the team. Maja Teofilovska brought her expertise in both math and art, as well as her enviable knowledge in biology and chemistry. Lucas Vassalo's competitiveness and quick reaction time helped the team to secure sweeping victories. The team could rely on Jana Joksimovska to answer mythology questions quickly and correctly. Federico Bogo and Amar Ferati, as newcomers to the team, both gave valuable contributions to our success.’’ - KB Supernovas, A. Tuntev and B. MarinaOur team gave a terrific performance in the team round, winning all five matches by an overwhelming margin. After the end of the team rounds, our team was seeded second out of twenty-one teams for the final rounds. 

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Community Meet #7 CAS and Parents support

2/5/2021

Dear NOVA Community, In the first Community Meet for 2021, we sharing with you an important aspect of the CAS and it’s potential for bringing our community closer. Hear more about the role of parents and guardians in sharing knowledge and resources.

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Kindness During Covid - Interviews

2/3/2021

CAS Project by Ergis Shaini, Ena Pesheva and Cezara Popovici. ‘’ The process of creating the Kindness project, talking with people and hearing their stories gave us a sense of unity, as everyone is going through the same thing. It was a reassuring feeling to know that we were given due attention, and we are not alone. It gave us great comfort knowing that we are able to create something with the help of others that could possibly benefit and encourage our community.” 

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NOVA Orientation for grades 7 and 8

2/1/2021

Last week’s orientation was a chance for students to learn more about NOVA’s approach to the pandemic and also meet their classmates, along with faculty and staff. Students were given a tour of the campus and their classrooms, along with demonstrations of safety protocols in place. All of our students were very curious and got a chance to ask questions directly to Mr Daniel Cunningham, NOVA’s Secondary School Assistant Principal. Check out the photo gallery from the event here

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January 2021


Winners of the Music Ads Competition "The Sound of NOVA"

1/29/2021

Hear from Ognen and Marko on the collaborative process for their creative work with the visuals and the music, which sends an authentic and clear message about their successful educational story at NOVA. Their video was the winning video of our Music Ads Competition "The Sound of NOVA".

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NOVA Community Days 2021

1/28/2021

Yesterday we enjoyed another NOVA Community day with our upper Secondary school students. The cold weather and snow didn’t keep our students away from spending a couple of hours on the ice skating ring at the Boris Trajkovski sports centre. Although we made sure to keep physically distant, socially, we enjoyed each other’s company and showcasing some cool movements on the ice. Who knew that ice skating is such a thing for a country with over 300 sunny days. We are thankful to our students that supported this activity and looking forward on enjoying each other’s company in our next school community day. Stay safe everyone, Your lovely chaperone teachers Check out the photo gallery from the event here

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The Importance of the Arts in MYP (DANCE)

1/27/2021

Arts in the MYP stimulate students' imaginations, challenges their perceptions, and develops creative and analytical skills. NOVA students Ivana Tomevska and Darin Omeragikj share their experience, growth and enjoyment through a Dance class experience lead by instructor Ivan Angelkovski.

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Music Ads Competition "The Sound of NOVA", 7th Grade Music Class

1/26/2021

The best way to promote NOVA’s educational system and its values is by letting the students speak for themselves. By creating an original music piece, our students spoke of IB values, and let their creative minds take them on an educational journey. The winners of the Music Ads Competition "The Sound of NOVA" are Ognen Angelevski and Marko Milev from grade 7.3! Congratulations to them for their creative work with the visuals and music, which sends an authentic and clear message about their own successful educational story at NOVA. In the video below we have included two more wonderful Ads created by Tomislav, Ilijas and one by Izabel. Enjoy!

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5th-grade students meet Biljana S. Crvenkovska, a Macedonian author, screenwriter, translator and editor

1/26/2021

Last week, our 5th-grade students had the amazing opportunity to meet Biljana S. Crvenkovska, a Macedonian author, screenwriter, translator and editor. She is mostly known by the stories built in ‘’ The World of Bibi’’ („Светот на Биби”), and children novels such as: ‘’The superwitch, the Cat and the 6 Magical Cookies’’, ‘’Santa Claus's Dreams’’ and many others illustrated children books. Biljana, together with NOVA’s Macedonian Language teacher Eleonora Popetrevska were excited to present the students with this opportunity. Her impactful stories inspired a fruitful discussion among students who were eager to learn more about the process of creating and writing.

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NOVA ES Performance Waiting for Santa will air on Nasha TV

1/22/2021

We’re thrilled to announce that NOVA's ES Performance Waiting for Santa will air on January 23rd, from 10:00 am and from 9:00 pm. It will be rebroadcasted on January 24th, from 2:30 pm and from 9:20pm.  Let your friends and family know so they can watch this amazing event. 

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Welcome to NOVA International School Library and our OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog)

1/19/2021

Dear Readers, Welcome to NOVA International School Library and our OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog), additionally, the online public access catalogue also serves as a one-stop-shop for many of our school subscriptions and external resources. Links for Blended and Distance Learning (https://nova.edu.mk/blended_and_distance_learning.aspx )and Libraries pages(https://nova.edu.mk/libraries.aspx ).

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Waiting for Santa - NOVA ES winter event

1/18/2021

Dear Nova Community,You and your family are cordially invited to attend and enjoy the evening of January 20th (Wednesday) at 6pm on the Nova YouTube Channel and FB page watching our little winter event Waiting For Santa where our lovely students perform together with their teachers.

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NOVA Musical Souls 2020

1/11/2021

Our creative students in 7th grade worked on a project called "My World Music Song" which celebrated music from around the world by singing their own lyrics in a language they haven't spoken before (translated and tutored by a peer they were paired with, who speaks that language). They used already existing world music songs, as their instrumental background. Filipa Gelevska and Blagica Dojchinovska are singing their lyrics translated and helped by their partners Iljas Oberhuber and Tomislav Protik. One of the projects that 8th graders had this year was "Recreate a classical music piece”, from the unit on the evolution of music, and their final task was to recreate any classical music theme of their choice, by adding and singing their lyrics in a video performance. Idil Su Arslan recreated "The Swan" by Camille Saint Saëns (performed on a cello by Yo Yo Ma), and she called it "Rainy Days in NY”. 

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Community Meet #6 - Students Talking Over Student Council and GSA

1/10/2021

Dear Nova community, we are happy to announce our sixth #CommunityMeet, on the topic of 'Student clubs: Student Council and Gender-Sexuality Alliance'.

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