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List of 20 news stories.

  • FĂȘte de la Musique at the Louvre

    A Short History of the Fête de la Musique

    Antonette Goroch, Communications, Marketing & Digital Media Manager
    Established in 1982 in France, La Fête de la Musique takes place on the summer solstice, where everyone enjoys a day of music! Read more about this beloved modern tradition.
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  • Middle School G8 talks journalism on this new podcast.

    Middle School Podcast Now Streaming

    Middle School French teacher Julie Eloy-Defauw helped her G8 students write, record and stream this podcast on the facets of journalism.
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  • Francophone Spotlight: New Caledonia

    May Francophone Spotlight: New Caledonia

    Carla Maia, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice (DEIJ) Coordinator
    As we celebrate Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month, let’s travel to New Caledonia, or Kanaky, as it is known by its indigenous name.
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  • Books about emotions!

    Mental Health Awareness Month at EB

    Raina Lawler, Lower School Counselor
    For Mental Health Awareness month in May, Lower School Counselor, Raina Lawler offers a reading list of books about emotions for children.
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  • EB Student Podcast from the Lower School Media Club

    EB Podcast Episode Two Now Streaming!

    Episode Two of the EB Podcast now streaming on Spotify!
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  • Spotlight on Morocco!

    Francophone Spotlight: Morocco

    Carla Maia, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice (DEIJ) Coordinator
    This month, we turn our Francophone Spotlight to Morocco. Rich history, majestic imperial cities, long-stretching deserts, monumental mountains, beautiful beaches, colorful and lively souks, vibrant music and art, and delicious food, Morocco has it all!
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  • EB Lower School Middle School Launches Podcast

    EB Podcast Now Streaming!

    Have you heard the official EB podcast?
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  • Experiential Learning: First Semester

    Emily Kaltenbach, English Pedagogical Coordinator
    Here are some highlights of field trips and experiences from the first half of this school year, and more to come!

    Many of these opportunities have been funded thanks to generous donations from our community through last year's 2022 Fund for the Future dedicated to equity in experiential learning. Your support has made a real difference in our students' experience and we thank you for your generosity! 
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  • Les mystérieuses cordes vocales

    Anne Kuhry, Music Teacher & Antonette Goroch, Communications, Marketing & Digital Media Manager
    Une Vitrine Éducative Créative
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  • The Mysterious Vocal Cords

    Anne Kuhry, Music Teacher & Antonette Goroch, Communications, Marketing & Digital Media Manager
    A Creative STEAM Education Showcase Video
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  • G5 & G6 Bilingual Math Competition

    G5 & G6 Students Compete In Bilingual Math Challenge

    Corinne Pluche, French Math Teacher
    G5 & G6 students take part in a collaborative bilingual math competition, with students from schools throughout North America.
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  • Celebrating Neurodiversity At EB!

    Neurodiversity Month At EB

    Elodie Resurreccion, French Program Coordinator | Coordinatrice des Programmes Français
    At EB we celebrate our diverse spectrum of learners every month, but in March we spent time spotlighting what it means to be neurodiverse and belong in the world! 
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  • EB students and teachers at the SF MLK Day celebration

    Celebrating Black History Month

    Carla Maia, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice (DEIJ) Coordinator
    We celebrated Black History Month at EB with a variety of activities, guest speakers and multimedia projects including EB parent, Will Hammond, a performance by the YGB ensemble, and storyteller, Diane Ferlatte.
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  • EB Middle School Students Take The Stage at TEDxYouth@EB

    EB students find their voice at TedXYouth@EB, Multilingually.

    EBs founders were early innovators and saw that the experience of learning in a multilingual setting provides students with a broader perspective and helps them develop a more nuanced understanding of the world. Fundamentally, it promotes critical thinking and empathy, perhaps the most important skills to thrive in the 21st century. There is no better example of these principles in action than listening to EB student leaders themselves at the latest installment of TEDxYouth@EB, broadcast from the Lower School campus in December.
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  • Francophone Spotlight: Monaco

    Carla Maia, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice (DEIJ) Coordinator
    This month, we race off to Monaco, home of the infamous Monaco Grand Prix.
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  • Balance Over Breaks: 5 Ways Parents Can Encourage Their Children to Take a Real Break

    Chrissy Greer, Middle School Dean
    Pre-teens & teenagers live with more pressure than they need. Sometimes they don’t even realize it themselves. That’s why it’s so important to unwind, learn to disconnect, relax, and reset for both their physical and mental health.
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  • How to Keep Up With French Over Breaks

    By Kathryn Thai, English, FLE & ESL Teacher
    One of the main questions I receive as a French as a foreign language instructor is “how do I keep my child speaking French at home, especially during the school breaks?” For many of our EB families, French is not the primary language spoken at home, and it can be difficult to find ways to keep children motivated to learn and speak French while not in our bilingual school setting.
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  • Life at the Middle School

    Mark Foster; Gaëlle Feliz
    We’re taking advantage of this school year to build bonds among our school community — between students, teachers and our staff! Read some snippets of Middle School social life that help cultivate our sense of belonging.
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  • Outside the Classroom: Positive Discipline, SEL and the Power of Play

    By: Chauncey Burnett, Mei-Lin Ha Byers
    As a school, we focus a great deal on what happens inside the classroom, which is to be expected. However, what happens outside of the classroom can be equally important for our students’ development. 
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  • Eco School Fall 2022

    Elodie Resurreccion, French Curriculum Coordinator
    Our Eco School is back up and running this academic year!
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