Hi Léa! My son won't be starting kindergarten until Fall 2013. I can't afford to take time off this Monday to come to the school but I would love to come to any other event or meet with the principal to express my interest in the dual language program! Let me know what I can do support the program.
Well, I will say that if my daughter turned 4 yrs 9 mos in Sept 2011, I'd be signing up now. Also, I am moving into the city so she can attend a school with a dual language Fr/Eng program and Williamsburg is first on my list.
Since I can't make the 7th due to jury duty and my daughter will only be 3 in Sept 2011, would it be possible to come another day? We are visiting Mini Maternelle in Brooklyn on the 16th at 9:20am. Would it be possible to visit the school that day?? My daughter is still too young for the Pre-K at PS 84 also, but I am very serious about the dual language program and we are moving into the city this summer specifically for this reason. Thanks and hopefully 20 families will sign up!
I'm not so comfortable with all those different groupes.. But we are interested in this dual language program. Are you meeting with the group sometimes?
Thanks to let me know.. A bientot j'espere
In the third and final part of our series on bilingualism, Fabrice Jaumont, education specialist and author of The Bilingual Revolution: The Future of Education is in Two Languages, looks at the future of French-English dual-language classes in New York.Save