Auction GALA + Fund for the Future

Fund for the Future is a live auction fundraiser that takes place at the gala. Funding supports a specific project determined by parents, teachers and staff. The goal is to provide long-term improvements to existing or new programs.

2017-2018 Sports Enrichment Program

This school year Fund for the Future is going to enhance our Sports Enrichment Programs.

Sports and games enhance children's mental and physical growth as well as strengthen their social assets. Sports are all about discipline, responsibility, self-confidence, accountability, and teamwork.

On the Ashbury and Sausalito campuses, each class level will follow a specific program:

ASHBURY

  • PS - MS | Biking – Mindfulness - Swimming
  • GS | Swimming -  Circus Acrosport 
  • 1st  Gr. | Swimming - Judo – Racket Sports  
  • 2nd Gr. | Swimming - Judo - Climbing - Dance 
  • 3rd Gr. | Nautical Activities - Dance
  • 4th Gr. | Nautical activities - Tchouk Ball 
  • 5th Gr. | Circus – Biking - Rollerblading 
  • Resurfacing of the play yard and tracing courts. 

SAUSALITO

  • PS – MS – GS | Biking  
  • st Gr. |  Tennis - Mini Golf
  • 2nd Gr. |  Kite - Climbing  
  • 3rd Gr. | Sailing - Kayaking  
  • 4th Gr. | Rowing - Rollerblading  
  • 5th Gr. | Mountain Biking - Ping-Pong 

ORTEGA

  • Climbing Wall 
  • CIF: Membership and participation in the California Interscholastic Federation which  governs interscholastic athletics, promoting equity, quality, character and academic development.
     

Two of the priorities of the AEFE's sports policy are the APPN (outdoor physical activities) and membership in sports leagues. Climbing is part of the APPN and is becoming a priority.

Climbing is a vector for the development of logical, psychological and physical abilities. It allows work on projection in space, anticipation, decision-making, confidence in oneself and in one's partner, responsibility, commitment while safe, flexibility and coordination while providing adrenaline.

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2016-2017 Performing Arts

In 2016 the Fund for the Future focused on strengthening our outstanding cultural program by emphasizing performing arts. Theater, Dance, Music, Circus, Choir, TLF- Théâtre du Lycée Français de San Francisco renovation! Performing arts inspire children to express their creativity.

CELEBRATE PERFORMING ARTS netted over $214,000! DONATE NOW!

$100,000 DEDICATED TO LYCÉE FRANÇAIS DE SAN FRANCISCO THEATER :

It is a fantastic tool for our students and our community. It will benefit from re-upholstering, sound and lighting upgrades, wing separators, a new technical booth, and is on track to host a ciné club with a new projector and screen.

THE MUSIC ROOMS

at the three campuses are receiving enhanced equipment such as instruments, ipads and headphones, music stands, stack chairs with tablets and sound/playback equipment.

ARTISTIC PERFORMANCES OF STUDENTS FROM PRE-K TO 12TH GRADE

will benefit from additional music, dance, and theater programs, from cinema class options for all grades, to circus arts activities and on-site theater workshops.

THE LOWER CAMPUSES WILL BENEFIT FROM A COMBINATION OF INFRASTRUCTURAL CHANGES

to ameliorate current performance spaces, including curtain separations, set material, new stage platforms and a mobile sound system. They will also receive mobile theatre sets with additional costumes, portable props and set material to enhance classroom-based performances.

Did you know the FACTS?

A 10 year National Study conducted by Stanford University found that children involved in highly effective performing arts programs were:

  • 400% more likely to win academic awards and be on the honor roll.
  • 800% more likely to receive a community service award.
  • 400 % more likely to score higher than peers on the SAT's
  • 400% more likely to participate in a science or math fair.

2015-2016 Innovation Lab


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LFSF recognizes the challenges and opportunities of preparing our students for a world, which will be shaped by careers, circumstances, and technologies, which have not yet been initiated LFSF recognizes the challenges and opportunities of preparing our students for a world, which will be shaped by careers, circumstances, and technologies, which have not yet been initiated or even envisioned. LFSF is looking to the future and preparing our students to develop their curiosity and creativity while honing their critical thinking and collaborative teamwork skills.

The "21st Century Innovation Labs" auctioned at last year's gala made this fund a huge success - a combined total of $265,000. It has allowed for a complete renovation in the school's robotics program. All three campuses have benefitted from the fund, including infrastructure changes, steady supplies for tinkering and design, and new robots and their respective programming materials.

It has allowed camps and after-school programs at all three campuses to reap the benefits of this new space and materials with new classes scheduled.

The Ortega campus has had several new elements to support the middle and high-school classes. The lab space is accessible to all teachers, and has allowed for inter-disciplinary collaboration. High-school students used the newly decked-out lab space for this year's Lycée StartUp Project and are looking forward to working on videos and movies with the new green screen. High-schoolers are now well-equipped to tackle and find creative solutions in the Google Technovation and Verizon Innovative App Challenges.

The Ashbury and Sausalito campuses now have special work tables and stools in their new Innovation Lab spaces allowing for teamwork, building, and programming. New robots are ready for use, to be programmed by the lower school grades.

The Ashbury and Sausalito campuses now have special work tables and stools in their new Innovation Lab spaces allowing for teamwork, building, and programming. New robots are ready for use, to be programmed by the lower school grades. even envisioned. LFSF is looking to the future and preparing our students to develop their curiosity and creativity while honing their critical thinking and collaborative teamwork skills.

The "21st Century Innovation Labs" auctioned at last year's gala made this fund a huge success - a combined total of $265,000. It has allowed for a complete renovation in the school's robotics program. All three campuses have benefitted from the fund, including infrastructure changes, steady supplies for tinkering and design, and new robots and their respective programming materials.

It has allowed camps and after-school programs at all three campuses to reap the benefits of this new space and materials with new classes scheduled.

51st Gala