The Serbian Cultural Center of San Diego in the United States of America has existed since June 2019 and it was created as an expression of the need and desire of our people for an institution to nurture our tradition, language and heritage. The Center includes a Serbian Language and Culture School, which started operating on 20 January 2020 and is attended by students aged 3 to 14. During the corona period, the school operated online and held many activities outdoors.

The director of the San Diego Serbian Cultural Center, Dijana Perić, is currently in Serbia. Yesterday, she visited the director of the Dragomir Marković elementary school in Kruševac, Saša Jevtić, who received her and presented the works of Kruševac pupils, arranged a tour of the school, the town, and Kruševac museum. During this meeting, cooperation was agreed between these two schools, which will begin through the Nikola Tesla Club project. ‘We are looking forward to future joint projects and cooperation between San Diego and Kruševac pupils’, said Dijana Perić and Saša Jevtić.

Anyway, the teachers working at the Serbian Language School of the Serbian Cultural Center completed their basic studies in Serbia and continued their education in America. ‘Each teacher has been licensed to teach according to the Azbukum program, and has a high level of motivation and creativity in working with students’, said director Dijana Perić.


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