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February 2019

  • Feb
    1

    Première Scène 2019 | Y10-12 (Secondes-Terminales)

    Auditorium of the Lycée
    On February 1 & 2, Première Scène celebrates 20 years as North America's premiere celebration of French and Francophone theater for students. Founders and directors, Nathalie Roussel and Frédéric Yvelin invite you to join teams of students age 8 to 18 from 20 schools in the U.S., Canada and France who will test their acting skills with short plays on the theme, "Demain." With the participation of UNIS, Rochambeau (DC), Trinity School, Browning, NYFACS, and the Lycée Français de San Francisco among many others.
     
    Get your tickets here.
     
    Special guest, actor Jean Reno, joins the festivities as special guest. Merci beaucoup!
  • Feb
    2

    Première Scène 2019 | Y5 to Y7 (CM2 à cinquièmes)

    Auditorium of the Lycée
    On February 1 & 2, Première Scène celebrates 20 years as North America's premiere celebration of French and Francophone theater for students. Founders and directors, Nathalie Roussel and Frédéric Yvelin invite you to join teams of students age 8 to 18 from 20 schools in the U.S., Canada and France who will test their acting skills with short plays on the theme, "Demain." With the participation of UNIS, Rochambeau (DC), Trinity School, Browning, NYFACS, and the Lycée Français de San Francisco among many others.
     
    Get your tickets here.
     
    Special guest, actor Jean Reno, joins the festivities as special guest. Merci beaucoup!
  • Première Scène 2019 | Y8 to Y9 (4ème à 3ème)

    Auditorium of the Lycée
    On February 1 & 2, Première Scène celebrates 20 years as North America's premiere celebration of French and Francophone theater for students. Founders and directors, Nathalie Roussel and Frédéric Yvelin invite you to join teams of students age 8 to 18 from 20 schools in the U.S., Canada and France who will test their acting skills with short plays on the theme, "Demain." With the participation of UNIS, Rochambeau (DC), Trinity School, Browning,  NYFACS and the Lycée Français de San Francisco among many others.
     
    Get your tickets here.
     
    Special guest, actor Jean Reno, joins the festivities as special guest. Merci beaucoup!
  • Feb
    4

    4e/Y8, AIR École Internationale de Mime

    Secondary Calendar
    Pierrot, the silent clown with the white-painted face, has been a stock character in France for 200 years. In this very physical theater workshop, eighth graders will learn the expressive art of pantomime, telling stories without words. Led by renowned pantomime artists, Ivan Bacciocchi, Director of the International School of Dramatic Mime.
  • Ronald McDonald House Paper Goods Drive

    The Ronald McDonald House, located only blocks away from our school, offers a home away from home to families whose children are being treated for cancer in area hospitals. We will be helping collect paper goods and other necessities so families can take what they need at no cost while providing for their children during these stressful times. Items they are requesting include: Toilet paper (4 per pack or more) Paper towels Tissues Aluminum foil Paper Plates & Cups (hot and cold) Plastic utensils (forks, knives, spoons) Napkins Plastic Ziploc bags (quart & gallon size) Band Aids Baby wipes Toothpaste Lysol Wipes Liquid Hand Soap Ivory or Dove bar soap Bake/broil disposable aluminum pans- all sizes Sponges Aluminum foil Please place your donations in one of the two collection bins located near both lobby entrances.
  • Feb
    5

    4e/Y8, AIR École Internationale de Mime

    Secondary Calendar
    Pierrot, the silent clown with the white-painted face, has been a stock character in France for 200 years. In this very physical theater workshop, eighth graders will learn the expressive art of pantomime, telling stories without words. Led by renowned pantomime artists, Ivan Bacciocchi, Director of the International School of Dramatic Mime.
  • Ronald McDonald House Paper Goods Drive

    The Ronald McDonald House, located only blocks away from our school, offers a home away from home to families whose children are being treated for cancer in area hospitals. We will be helping collect paper goods and other necessities so families can take what they need at no cost while providing for their children during these stressful times. Items they are requesting include: Toilet paper (4 per pack or more) Paper towels Tissues Aluminum foil Paper Plates & Cups (hot and cold) Plastic utensils (forks, knives, spoons) Napkins Plastic Ziploc bags (quart & gallon size) Band Aids Baby wipes Toothpaste Lysol Wipes Liquid Hand Soap Ivory or Dove bar soap Bake/broil disposable aluminum pans- all sizes Sponges Aluminum foil Please place your donations in one of the two collection bins located near both lobby entrances.
  • Feb
    6

    4e/Y8, AIR École Internationale de Mime

    Secondary Calendar
    Pierrot, the silent clown with the white-painted face, has been a stock character in France for 200 years. In this very physical theater workshop, eighth graders will learn the expressive art of pantomime, telling stories without words. Led by renowned pantomime artists, Ivan Bacciocchi, Director of the International School of Dramatic Mime.
  • Ronald McDonald House Paper Goods Drive

    The Ronald McDonald House, located only blocks away from our school, offers a home away from home to families whose children are being treated for cancer in area hospitals. We will be helping collect paper goods and other necessities so families can take what they need at no cost while providing for their children during these stressful times. Items they are requesting include: Toilet paper (4 per pack or more) Paper towels Tissues Aluminum foil Paper Plates & Cups (hot and cold) Plastic utensils (forks, knives, spoons) Napkins Plastic Ziploc bags (quart & gallon size) Band Aids Baby wipes Toothpaste Lysol Wipes Liquid Hand Soap Ivory or Dove bar soap Bake/broil disposable aluminum pans- all sizes Sponges Aluminum foil Please place your donations in one of the two collection bins located near both lobby entrances.
  • Movie Night - Les Enfants du Paradis

    Auditorium
    Considered one of the greatest French films of all time, Children of Paradise revives 19th century France through its characters, drama and poetry. Find out more at culturalcenter.lfny.org.
  • Feb
    7

    4e/Y8, AIR École Internationale de Mime

    Secondary Calendar
    Pierrot, the silent clown with the white-painted face, has been a stock character in France for 200 years. In this very physical theater workshop, eighth graders will learn the expressive art of pantomime, telling stories without words. Led by renowned pantomime artists, Ivan Bacciocchi, Director of the International School of Dramatic Mime.
  • Ronald McDonald House Paper Goods Drive

    The Ronald McDonald House, located only blocks away from our school, offers a home away from home to families whose children are being treated for cancer in area hospitals. We will be helping collect paper goods and other necessities so families can take what they need at no cost while providing for their children during these stressful times. Items they are requesting include: Toilet paper (4 per pack or more) Paper towels Tissues Aluminum foil Paper Plates & Cups (hot and cold) Plastic utensils (forks, knives, spoons) Napkins Plastic Ziploc bags (quart & gallon size) Band Aids Baby wipes Toothpaste Lysol Wipes Liquid Hand Soap Ivory or Dove bar soap Bake/broil disposable aluminum pans- all sizes Sponges Aluminum foil Please place your donations in one of the two collection bins located near both lobby entrances.
  • Feb
    8

    4e/Y8, AIR École Internationale de Mime

    Secondary Calendar
    Pierrot, the silent clown with the white-painted face, has been a stock character in France for 200 years. In this very physical theater workshop, eighth graders will learn the expressive art of pantomime, telling stories without words. Led by renowned pantomime artists, Ivan Bacciocchi, Director of the International School of Dramatic Mime.
  • Ronald McDonald House Paper Goods Drive

    The Ronald McDonald House, located only blocks away from our school, offers a home away from home to families whose children are being treated for cancer in area hospitals. We will be helping collect paper goods and other necessities so families can take what they need at no cost while providing for their children during these stressful times. Items they are requesting include: Toilet paper (4 per pack or more) Paper towels Tissues Aluminum foil Paper Plates & Cups (hot and cold) Plastic utensils (forks, knives, spoons) Napkins Plastic Ziploc bags (quart & gallon size) Band Aids Baby wipes Toothpaste Lysol Wipes Liquid Hand Soap Ivory or Dove bar soap Bake/broil disposable aluminum pans- all sizes Sponges Aluminum foil Please place your donations in one of the two collection bins located near both lobby entrances.
  • Feb
    9

    Lycée Gala 2019

    Skylight at Vesey
    The Lycée Français de New York heads downtown this year for its 20th annual gala at a never before activated space in the financial district, Skylight on Vesey. Lycée Gala 2019, “La vie devant soi: The Journey is Everything," celebrates the courage, hard work and optimism of all those who have a dream and endeavor to bring it to life.  Proceeds support the school's scholarship program, as we as its academic and cultural programming.

    Gala 2019 honors Hamdi Ulukaya, Founder and CEO of Chobani, with the school's Charles de Ferry de Fontnouvelle Award, named for the Lycée's founder. Mr. Ulukaya is a Turkish immigrant who arrived in the United States in 1994 and has become a celebrated entrepreneur and humanitarian.


    Tickets at lfnygala.org.
  • Feb
    13

    Varsity Girls Basketball Playoff Game

    Main Gym of the Lycée
  • Feb
    14

    Learning & the Brain with Dr. Arthur Plaza

    Cafeteria

    Dr. Arthur Plaza teacher and Head of the History Department, presents his summer research grant:
    ''Learning & the Brain: What Every Parent Can Learn from Neuroscience & Educational Psychology"
    This presentation will help parents understand the impact of cognitive and non-cognitive factors that influence learning. It seeks to dispel neuromyths that have persisted during the last 50 years of cognitive research and done a disservice to student learners. Then it will explore the work on mindsets and intrinsic motivation to make the case that learning is not limited to a few intelligent individuals, but rather our neuroplasticity enables individuals to be lifelong learners.

    If you would like to join please click here.
  • Feb
    15

    Dress-Down Day

  • Feb
    16

    February Break - No Classes

  • Feb
    17

    February Break - No Classes

  • Feb
    18

    February Break - No Classes

  • Feb
    19

    February Break - No Classes

  • Feb
    20

    February Break - No Classes

  • Feb
    21

    February Break - No Classes

  • MOBILLE 2019 - International Mobile Language Learning Conference

    Lycée Français De New York, 505 E 75th St, New York, NY 10021, USA
    The first of its kind, MOBILLE, is an international conference bringing together practitioners and thought leaders from around the world to review best practice and latest research on harnessing the power of digital to support and enhance language learning. Register at mobille.lfny.org, or contact conference organizer, Sonia Rocca, srocca@lfny.org.
  • Feb
    22

    February Break - No Classes

  • MOBILLE 2019 - International Mobile Language Learning Conference

    Lycée Français De New York, 505 E 75th St, New York, NY 10021, USA
    The first of its kind, MOBILLE, is an international conference bringing together practitioners and thought leaders from around the world to review best practice and latest research on harnessing the power of digital to support and enhance language learning. Register at mobille.lfny.org, or contact conference organizer, Sonia Rocca, srocca@lfny.org.
  • Feb
    23

    February Break - No Classes

  • Feb
    24

    February Break - No Classes

  • Feb
    25

    New York Cares - Coat Drive

    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. Many thanks!
  • Feb
    26

    New York Cares - Coat Drive

    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. Many thanks!
  • Feb
    27

    New York Cares - Coat Drive

    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. Many thanks!
  • Feb
    28

    New York Cares - Coat Drive

    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. Many thanks!

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