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Escola Portuguesa de Cambridge e Somerville, Inc.

2014/2015 School year opening at Escola Portuguesa de Cambridge e Somerville, Inc. 30 Years Teaching Portuguese in the Community. Portuguese School it's a non profit after school program and it's open to all students. Classes are on Mondays from 4:15pm to 6:15pm At Rindge and Latin High School in Cambridge, Massachusetts Registration it's open during the school year. Register Online: http://www.escolaportuguesadecambridg... About Escola Portuguesa de Cambridge e Somerville, Inc. Mission "The main objective of the Portuguese School in Cambridge and Somerville is to teach each child the Portuguese language and culture." Philosophy "The philosophy of the Portuguese School is to make possible for each child to learn the Portuguese language including culture and customs and also introduce students whenever possible the cultures of the Portuguese-speaking world. We have the intention of introducing to students the importance and the affection of the Portuguese language and culture in a safe, friendly and respectable environment." See more at: http://www.escolaportuguesadecambridg... Follow us on Facebook: About CEPE "Ensino-aprendizagem da Língua e da Cultura Portuguesas nos níveis de ensino básico, secundário e universitário." Follow CEPE on Facebook: About NAVEO Credit Union Naveo Credit Union was founded in 1928 when twenty-seven Portuguese-Americans banded together to form a financial cooperative after finding it increasingly difficult to access deposit and loan products from banks in the community. Naveo Credit Union, formerly Cambridge Portuguese Credit Union, was incorporated on March 2, 1928 as a place where the community could deposit their savings with confidence and borrow money at low rates of interest. In 2014, the Credit Union changed its name to Naveo Credit Union to complement the changing demographics of the area by becoming an inclusive institution, one that is welcoming to everyone in the community. See more at: Special thanks to: João Caixinha - Deputy Coordinator for the Portuguese Language Programs and Education Affairs in the United States of America Rui Domingos - CEO of NAVEO Credit Union Augusto Pessoa - Portuguese Times Maria Madureira - Lecturer at UMass Boston Maria Carvalho - President Escola Portuguesa de Cambridge e Somerville, Inc. Vera Duarte - Teacher Director Sameira Veloso - Teacher Tina Silva - Teacher Helena Domingos - EPCS Vice-President Helena Movsesian - EPCS Treasurer ​Sandra Hertigan - EPCS Secretary Irene Carroll- EPCS Parents Coordinator Paulo Martins - EPCS Media Coordinator Anabela Quelha - EPCS Board Member Jennifer Leonardo - Parent Video Production PMartins Media Production Escola Portuguesa de Cambridge e Somerville Non-Discriminatory Statement​​ Escola Portuguesa de Cambridge e Somerville seeks diversity in all aspects of school life. Accordingly, Escola Portuguesa de Cambridge e Somerville admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the students at the school. Escola Portuguesa de Cambridge e Somerville does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, school-related activities, and all other aspects of its mission.​​​

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