The objective of that day is to introduce Gr5 students to the MS experience at LFSF and to pair them with Gr7 peers. The LFSF Forward program aims at providing the structure for children to make real connections with their older peers and the information to support their decision making while inspiring them to continue their bilingual journey.
LFSF teacher, Paol TANGUY, is sharing his last article about Día de Muertos, in the continuity of the Hispanic Heritage Month, with a throwback on the past events and suggestions to celebrate this special Mexican holiday.
On November 1st, GR11 and 12 will get the opportunity to discuss philosophy with Bernard-Henri Lévy (BHL)
Listen to the first 2021 podcast of the student radio!
LFSF Rainbow Radio is the web radio for all our LFSF Community and beyond! It is also a great pedagogical tool allowing students to research and explore various topics, as well as to learn how to prepare and run a radio show.
Good news: the first episode is already live!
Our first XLFSF (say Cross-LFSF) was a huge success and a real bonding opportunity for elementary and Gr6 students. They all cheered each other demonstrating their LFSF spirit. Kudos to all runners, parents included!
Watch the short video compilation of this fun event!
October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month. A time when we turn our attention to the 1 in 5 students who learn differently. At LFSF, the Student Support team works directly with over 80 students with learning disabilities.
LFSF teacher, Paol TANGUY, is sharing his last article in relation to the Hispanic Heritage Month, with a throwback on the past events and suggestions to celebrate hispanic heritage all year long.
At LFSF, students have a superpower: they can speak, read and dream in two, sometimes three, or even four languages! Big deal, some might say, and yet!...
A growing number of San Francisco based families make the choice to first enroll in la Petite Ecole, only available in Sausalito. After a year enjoying our sunny and kid-friendly location, most decided to stay. Karen, whose son Tom is now in preschool, explains her family’s choice.
This year, our dynamic admissions team has been meeting with a growing number of families moving to Marin in search of a different lifestyle. The attraction of our open campus, safely tucked away, all on one level, filled with light, offering lots of green and open spaces, increasingly seduces families who, for some, make the choice of this campus, even when residing in the city!
Sausalito Currents | Sept 2019
Although LFSF is the first choice of many French and francophone parents in the Bay Area, it also attracts diverse and internationally minded families who want to give their child the gift of bilingualism.
When Jennielyn and Jaime were looking for a preschool for their daughter, they were drawn to the LFSF bilingual education and curriculum. Today Gigi is in Gr1 and her academic and social development have been remarkable.
Eric, Jason, and their children Stella and Xavier, joined LFSF in 2014. Today, academically and socially, they're still feeling lucky. And they are committed to doing their part to make sure people know that LFSF is a school where all families are welcome!
For an English speaking couple relocating from Cincinnati, Ohio, LFSF wasn't an obvious fit. Yet, after two years at the Sausalito campus, they are happy to share their experience.
An infant study led by the York University Lifespan Cognitive Development Lab on the benefits of bilingualism on pre-verbal infants is getting momentum in the media. We asked Ashley Chung who visited us last fall for the Bilingual Fair, to explain its findings.