It is from this perspective that the admin of CLES, presided by its founder, Mrs. Carmen Chahine Debbane, wanted the celebration to be inspired by the hard work that started as a seed, and grew with love to encompass the whole country. Hence, they chose the noblest and oldest job in the world to represent it: agriculture and plantation in Kefraya (Bekaa).
Every year brings exciting new heights and challenges! In preparation for the days ahead, CLES president Mrs. Carmen Chahine Debbane and Mr. Raymond Debbane hosted an annual meeting at Deir Al Oumara in Chouf, which included workshops, discussion groups, and various presentations all aimed at improving CLES strategy and performance.
MTV Hosts C.L.E.S in a Special DYS episode for the Second consecutive year For the second year in a row, C.L.E.S was a guest of a special episode on MTV Lebanon dedicated to specific learning disabilities and hosted by TV personality Mona Abou Hamze. The episode was aired on October 10th to commemorate 10.10.DYS, Specific…
C.L.E.S organized its fourth annual 10.10.DYS conference titled: “Let’s talk about DYS” on October 10th, 2018 at the Pierre Abou Khater Theater at Saint Joseph University, under the patronage and presence of Minister of Education and Higher Education Marwan Hamadeh, and with the participation of actress Natalie Bay. The keynote speaker was Oliver Houdé Professor of psychology at the University of Paris-Descartes,
As part of the awareness activities around the 4th annual 10.10.DYS conference, C.L.E.S set up information booths at ABC mall in Ashrafyeh and Verdun from October 6th to October 10th.
“Dance by CLES” ended its week long rehearsals from August 22nd to August 31st with a super performance on September 1st led by the NDI (National Dance Institute of New York) team and the CLES dance instructor trainees.
The growing C.L.E.S team came together for its annual internal meeting on August 29th and 30th with C.L.E.S president Mrs. Carmen Chahine Debbane and Mr. Raymond Debbane.
“Dance by CLES” started its pilot program in the academic year 2017-2018 in collaboration with NDI (National Dance Institute of New York) to bring dance and the arts to schools.
As part of the activities of the “Dance by C.L.E.S” program that was launched this academic year in collaboration with the National Dance Institute of New York (NDI), the students of the Mohammad Shamel Official School gave a dance recital to showcase their mid-year progress…
As part of the activities of the “Dance by C.L.E.S” program that was launched this academic year in collaboration with the National Dance Institute of New York (NDI), the students of St. Coeurs Sioufi School gave a dance recital to showcase their mid-year progress…