This spring at the upper school the National French Honor Society hosted a French week. Students sold crepes on Wednesday and Friday after school in addition to several other activities held throughout the week. On Wednesday the society screened a film for student enjoyment. The students also produced a bulletin on French culture and the French community.
Coincidentally tickets for the upper school musical, “Les Misérables,” were on sale the same week, which fit nicely with the theme of the week.
The next week the society presented a serious of guest lectures. The goal of the speaker series was to give the “students … some more contact with the francophone community in the Bay Area,” said society advisor Nicholas Manjoine.