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24th May - Day of Slavonic Alphabet, Bulgarian Enlightenment and Culture in Bulgaria PDF Print
Wednesday, 30 May 2012 05:02



We celebrated that holiday for many years. It begins with the familiar to every Bulgarian anthem “Varvi narode vazrodeni” / Go folk revived/.The celebration, on which we march following the portraits of Saints Cyril and Methodius, bedecked with garlands and we go to the cities or villages’ squares. On this holiday pupils of 1st grade finish school year, and school leavers say "goodbye school." Citizenship enjoy the songs, dances and words of their kids. On this day, Bulgarians are smiling and proud.

For our town and for students from "Ivan Vazov" Secondary School traditions of this holiday are holy.

May 24th, 2012. Pupils of 1a, 1
б classes and their teachers Tsvetelina Tododrova and Snejana Selakova were the characters from "Under the Yoke" in the classroom of “Rada’s school”. They had good knowledge and earned excellent grades. They were at the forefront of the school procession, raised high their certificates. The procession, led by flag icon of St. Cyril and Methodius complete on the square by laying wreaths. Mayor of Sopot – Mr. Veselin Lichev greeted everyone and presented the awards “Teacher of the Year “and “Student of the Year”. This honor was awarded to Valko Shopov – a teacher in PE and Donka Atanasova –a school leaver. During the concert, students from our school took part with the folk show “Day in the Rose Valley”.

May 25th, 2012 With colorful dresses and stylish costumes, beautiful, smiling and excited our school leavers made pictures in front of the monuments of the patron of the school. And then… a party till dawn.

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