The 2021 PIBBA Conference has been POSTPONED.

FSM will host this year's PIBBA Conference.



39th Annual International PIBBA Conference


POSTPONED until June 2022

FSM


Sponsored by: Pacific Islands Bilingual Bicultural Association (PIBBA) International and Pohnpei Chapter

The PIBBA Conference is an annual event in which Western Pacific educators are provided with opportunities for professional growth and cultural enrichment. This year's conference offers a wonderful selection of traditional, innovative, and practical workshops, presented by creative and imaginative educators and cultural leaders from the Pacific islands.

Mark your calendar for the 39th Annual International PIBBA Conference in Pohnpei! Stay tuned for more details!


Snapshots of this year's 38th Annual International PIBBA Conference in Palau!














PIBBA 2018 CONFERENCE VIDEOS

Click on the videos below to view the 37th Annual International PIBBA Conference hosted in Saipan, CNMI


PIBBA 2018 - Part 1


PIBBA 2018 - Part 2


PIBBA 2017 Conference Video

Click on the video below to view the 36th Annual International PIBBA Conference hosted in Pohnpei


Click on the video to hear the PIBBA Song!

Thursday, March 31, 2022

Condolences for the Iriarte Family

The PIBBA family extends its deepest condolences and sympathies to the family of Nelsin Iriarte, our PIBBA International Historian. He will always be remembered. God Bless Nelsin and his family. May he rest in peace.

Thursday, January 13, 2022

PIBBA-ILA Networking: January 2022 Guam Council ILA Newsletter

Biba Anu Nuebu!


Happy New Year from around the Pacific! May the year 2022 bring you many blessings filled with much love, joy, peace, and happiness!

HAPPY NEW YEAR! - English
Biba Añu Nuebu! – Chamorro
Feliz Año Nuevo! – Spanish
Peren En Parakapw! – Pohnpeian
Engan ke ya sasu! - Kosraean
Jeramman ilo iio in ekaal! – Marshallese
Pwapwan Ei Ier Mi Fo – Chuukese
Akemashite Omedetou Gozaimasu – Japanese
Ungil Beches Er Rak! – Palauan
Selsalan Ebéach e duw! – Yapese
Maligayang Bagong Taon – Tagalog
Hauoli Makahiki Hou – Hawaiian
Sehe Bokmanee Bateuseyo! – Korean
Gung Hay Fat Choy – Chinese
Cung-Chuc Tan-Xuan! – Vietnamese
Ameseighil ubwutiiwel Layúi Luugh me raagh féé! – Carolinian

Image source: howtolearn.com

Saturday, April 3, 2021