Bienvenue! I teach French I, II and III and have been at BFA since 1999. I am also the advisor to the Foreign Language club. We look forward to having new members every year and it is a wonderful way for students who enjoy learning about other languages and cultures to come together in a fun atmosphere. We have a variety of activities in which students may participate.
Every other year we offer a trip to France. I also serve as an assistant drama coach and am part of the Leadership team and Restoration committee at BFA.
I am a proud graduate of BFA! I have a B.A. in French and Drama from Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY, a Ed.M in Bilingual/Bicultural Education from Boston University and a ‘certificat’ from L’institut Catholique, Paris, France and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies from Southern New Hampshire University.
On a personal note, I live in St. Albans with my husband John and we have 3 grown children and a granddaughter.
Please contact me should you have any questions regarding this department orwebsite.
Those who know nothing of foreign languages, know nothing of their own.
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Schedule (2010-2011 School Year)
|3||1-2(B-C)||S1||French I A||A218||20|
|2||10-11(B-C)||S1||French II A||A218||24|
|1||3-4(A-B)||S1||French III A||A218||22|
|1||5-6(A-B)||S1||French I A||A218||20|
|3||1-2(B-C)||S2||French I B||A218||20|
|2||10-11(B-C)||S2||French II B||A218||24|
|1||3-4(A-B)||S2||French III B||A218||22|
|1||5-6(A-B)||S2||French I B||A218||20|
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