Two new French dual language programs opening in New York City in the Fall. The schools are both in Brooklyn: PS 110 (Greenpoint/Williamsburg) and PS133 (Parks Slope/Gowanus). It's good news! Both will start a French-English dual language program (50-50 Model) in September 2011, starting with grade K and adding a new grade each year. Finding great teachers is key to the success of these programs.
If you are interested or know of someone who is interested please ask them to forward a letter of application and resume to: 

Dana Raciunas (PS110) at 


Heather Foster-Mann (PS133) at


Other French dual language teachers are also needed at the following schools.

PS84, a K-5 elementary school on the UWS is urgently looking for a substitute  teacher for its French dual language program for approximately 12 to 14 weeks. The program, most likely, will also be recruiting for a permanent position for the fall. The applicant should be bilingual, bi-literate, NYS certified, NYC licensed. Experience preferred. Please send a CV and cover letter to: Principal Robin Sundick, PS 84, The Lillian Weber School, 32 West 92nd Street, New York, NY 10025 or email


Bear in mind that all the schools listed below are also actively looking for French teachers.

Grades K to 5: PS 58 (Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn) - contact Giselle Gault 

Grades K to 5: PS 151 (Astoria-Woodside, Queens) - contact Jason Goldner

Grades K to 5: PS73 (Yankee Stadium, Bronx) - contact Jean Mirvil

Grades K to 5: PS84 (Upper West Side, Manhattan) - contact Robin Sundick

Grades K to 5: PS770 (Brooklyn) - contact Shimon Waronker

Grades 6 to 8: MS22 (Bronx) - contact Linda Rosenbury

Grades K to 5 (Harlem) - contact Katrine Watkins: 
Also, please visit and join to find more informations about these programs, the parents and educators behind them, and the increasingly dynamic French-speaking community in New York. You can also post your job vacancies, find out about New York's teacher certification, and much more.

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