Anne-Laure BREDEHOFT, primary teacher at LFSF on the Ashbury campus, tells us more about her teaching experience during the pandemic and her current class projects, such as an exchange organized with peer students in an Elementary school in Northern France.
In this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, Anna-Gaëlle POISSON, primary teacher at LFSF on the Ashbury campus, tells us more about teaching her class during this extraordinary year, and about the various projects she and her students are working on, including the upcoming Ambassadeurs en Herbe (Budding Ambassadors) competition.
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, Nathalie LEISEING MINGO, English teacher on the primary campus, shares her class projects related to the Diversity in the Arts and the conversation that happened between New York City-based Choreographer and Dancer, Shamel PITTS and her 4th grade students.
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, Amina MAINE, English Department Coordinator at LFSF, is giving her insights on the Educational Record Bureau (ERB) test in a multilingual environment and the organizational adaptations required during the pandemic.
Chinese New Year took place on FEB 12. It was the occasion to meet Christelle MESNILDREY, Mandarin teacher at LFSF, who shared her passion about teaching Madarin and how she is adapting during Covid-19 pandemic.
Hanna, Madeleine, Nicolas, Pierre and Eden, the Gr10 students whose start-up “Simply Seaweed” won the 2021 LFSF entrepreneurial competition, Start’Up Lycée, explain how they worked together to propose an effective solution to this year’s challenge "Food for Good".
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, Chris Allexandre, one of the coaches in the the 2021 edition of Start’Up Lycée, shares his experience with this year's online format, and explains how he focused on helping students fully benefit from the project.
For this new edition of #HowWeGotThis, Nathalie HAUTAVOINE, Director of Advancement at LFSF explains how she and her team proactively adapted to the new normal in 2020 and shares her projects and goals for 2021.
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.