This winter in New York has seen some extreme temperatures, and it's not over yet. The Lycée Français de New York has joined New York Cares, a city-wide volunteer organization, for its annual coat drive, to help keep all New Yorkers warm this winter.
Please remember deposit your gently used coats in the special bins located in the 75th and 76th Street lobbies.
English Theater is a student-run club that brings together actors from 3ème to Terminale with a common love for theater. The entire show is produced, directed, and stage managed by students, and students are also involved in the lighting and sound of the show during the performance. This year’s group has selected Almost, Maine which is a collection of nine short love stories that take place in a fictional town in Maine. It is a funny and heartfelt play about the power of love and the complexities of human relationships. All of the students involved hope you will join them to support the creativity and artistic passion of student-led theater at the Lycée.
Teacher and education journalist Jessica Lahey is the author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed. She will share her instruction and assessment methods to promote deep, durable learning and engagement.
Organized in partnership with the APL. IN ENGLISH.
Please join Board Chairman Stephan Haimo, Head of School Audrey Peverelli, CFO Thierry Pourchet, and the leadership team of the Lycée for this special meeting and conversation. Building on our current strategic plan, Audrey will share her perspective and priorities for the school, with a focus on student achievement and well-being, important initiatives underway and the new bac, accompanied by a presentation on our financials and budgets. Invitation is forthcoming.
As part of the LGBTenacious startup initiative (Be the change - May 2018), three students are partnering with GLSEN, an organization advocating for acceptance and support of LGBTQ+ people). Do you want to learn more about the LGBTQ+ community? Do you want to know how you can make your communities more welcoming and accepting of its members as allies or a member yourself? Or are you simply interested in the LGBTQ+ community and issues in general? This conference - open to students, faculty, and parents - will hopefully answer these questions for you. Thank you and hope to see you there!