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May 2019

  • May
    1

    APL Used Dress-Code Clothing Sale

    Drive-through
  • May
    2

    APL Used Dress-Code Clothing Sale

    Drive-through
  • Students in Performance - Matilda!

    Auditorium

    Matilda is a little girl with astonishing intelligence and psychokinetic powers who dares to take a stand and change her destiny. Ill-treated by her parents, she befriends with her teacher, Jennifer Honey. Growing stronger together, they help each other to take revenge on those who abused them, like the school's mean headmistress, Miss Trunchbull, who just loves thinking up new punishments for children who don't abide by her rules... Packed with catchy songs, this Tony Award-winning musical lively pays tribute to the twisted genius of Roald Dahl's novel.

    Tickets here: https://culturalcenter.lfny.org/student-programs/student-performances
  • May
    3

    Students in Performance - Matilda!

    Auditorium, Secondary Calendar
    Matilda is a little girl with astonishing intelligence and psychokinetic powers who dares to take a stand and change her destiny. Ill-treated by her parents, she befriends with her teacher, Jennifer Honey. Growing stronger together, they help each other to take revenge on those who abused them, like the school's mean headmistress, Miss Trunchbull, who just loves thinking up new punishments for children who don't abide by her rules... Packed with catchy songs, this Tony Award-winning musical lively pays tribute to the twisted genius of Roald Dahl's novel Tickets here: https://culturalcenter.lfny.org/student-programs/student-performances
  • May
    8

    APL Parent Presentation: Diversity in Children's Literature

    Cafeteria
    Librarians Zhora Tsouri and Maud Leger received a summer 2018 research grant from the Lycée to examine book collections, and how to make them better representative of all children. They'll present the results of their research and implications for the Lycée.
  • Our Voices: Bringing Diverse Stories to Young Readers

    In the Lycée Auditorium
    Lycée students of the student-run "Novelty Book Club" invite all to this student-created and moderated panel about diversity and inclusion in American children's literature. With panelists who include: award-winning children's literature authors Kathryn Callender (Hurricane Child and This is Kind of an Epic Love Story) and Adam Gidwitz (A Tale of Dark and Grimm series and The Inquisitor's Tale), as well as Nikki Garcia of Little Brown Books for Young readers, Sydnee Monday, of the Kokila imprint at Penguin Random House, and Beth Phelan, book agent and winner of the 2019 Children's Book Council Award for Outstanding Achievement in Diversity. The event is created in partnership with Children's Book Week , an annual celebration of books for young people and the joy of reading and the longest-running national literacy initiative in the country. Last year, over 750 schools, libraries, and bookstores across the country participated. Children's Book Week will be celebrating its 100th anniversary
  • Movie Night - Promise at Dawn

    In the Lycée auditorium
    Directed by Eric Barbier | Q&A with Charlotte Gainsbourg
     Biography, Drama, Romance / 2h 11min / 2017 | Film in French with English subtitles

    From his difficult childhood in Poland to his adolescence under Nice’s sun, to his career in the air force in Africa during World War II... Romain Gary has lived an extraordinary life. He owes this relentless enterprise to live a thousand lives, to become a great man and a famous writer, to his mother Nina. It’s the wild love of his eccentric and endearing mother that drives him to become one of the greatest novelists of the twentieth century, to lead a life full of twists, passion, and mystery. But this unconditional maternal love will also be a burden that he bears his whole life... "Promise at Dawn" is the film adaptation of Romain Gary’s best-selling autobiographical novel. 


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  • May
    11

    Spring Fair 2019 - Harry Potter!

  • May
    13

    Heure Musicale

    Elementary student musicians in performance for their families and peers.
  • May
    17

    Heure Musicale

    Auditorium, Security Calendar
    Elementary student musicians in performance for their families and peers.
  • May
    20

    Cultural Center: Panel on Refugees

    Auditorium, Security Calendar
    Every day, thousands of people are fleeing deadly violence in their countries. Organizations such as the International Rescue Committee are taking action to support families as they regain control of their lives. Come and join the conversation about the mission to help with two renowned advocates for refugees - Milagros Cruz, the community relations director at the IRC and Katie Wightman, a human rights activist and fellow at NYU School of Law. Special thanks to our student organizers, Alice and Katherine..
  • May
    22

    APL General Meeting - Welcome 2019-2021 Team

    Cafeteria,
  • May
    23

    Dress-Down Day

  • May
    24

    Memorial Day Weekend - School Closed

  • May
    25

    Memorial Day Weekend - School Closed

  • May
    26

    Memorial Day Weekend - School Closed

  • May
    27

    Memorial Day Weekend - School Closed

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