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PROGRAM IN A WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN PUBLIC SCHOOL?
District 14 public school seeking 8-10 native French Speaking and 8-10
non-native families with children entering kindergarten in September
2011 to create a dynamic French - English Dual Language Program.
If you are interested to learn more about this program as well as a French after school program
this is the place to show your interest and support.
Please email this group's creator or firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Parent(s) name/ Child name/ year entering K/ Email/ Address/ Phone/ Zone/ district/ Notes (exposure to french, categories: 1 - Anglophone, 2 - half-francophone (understands and speaks a little french but fluent in english) and 3 - Francophone (fluent in French but not in english)
And invite your friends to this group.
Dear Parents, Chers Parents We apologize for the previous confusion between the two different PS 84. This email is in reference to District 14 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY!We are excited to announce that after a great meeting with Principal Ana Cano Amato at PS 110 we have found an ideal home for our dual language program. The principal has committed to starting a Kindergarten class this fall if we can get together 20 families. The school will accept applicants in and out of District 14.PS…Read more…
NEXT TOWN SQUARE MEETING! Monday, October 5, 2009 102 Oak Street 7 pm Dear Town Square Members, Our next meeting is coming up next Monday, October 5th. As you all know, Town Square typically meets on the 1st Monday of each month unless otherwise specified. The rest of our 2009 meeting schedule is presented below. RSVPs are not required, but would be greatly appreciated. Scheduled 2009 Meetings: 1st Monday of the Month October 5 November 2 December 7 With good food,…Read more…
P.S. 151 breaks ground with French program by Lisa Fogarty, Assistant Editor 07/30/2009 email this storyEmail to a friendpost a commentPost a Commentprinter friendlyPrinter-friendly Parents, teachers and the P.S. 151 community in Woodside said “mais oui” to a new French dual language program for kindergarten and first-grade students, set to start in September — the first of its kind in Queens. Although there are 81 dual language programs in New York City public schools, only five of them are…Read more…
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