With the persistent rain, we had to modify our plans for today. We told the students that we were meeting our sister school in Montréal and two brave students volunteered to make a speech. What a relief to discover that the school was in fact an indoors sport place with trampolines! That was the P.E. class for the day, before going to a more educational space: the Planetarium.
Montreal, as in Paris, has its “Quartier Latin”, a lively area to go out, have an early diner, before going to the theater for a movie in French. This was the program for the day, and a good immersion in the culture of Canada…
A few pictures of the trampoline space:
The day went well despite the rain: guided tour of Montreal in the morning, including Le Parc du Mont-Royal, and workshop at Radio Canada in the afternoon.
At the end of the day, laser tag and the traditional dish: “La Poutine”, before returning to the hotel in Metro (underground).
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The twenty three 8th graders and their three chaperon left this morning the campus at 5:20am for Los Angeles, to catch their direct flight to Montreal, first stop of their travel experience in the beautiful francophone province of Quebec!
The last emission is out:
Thank you to the video journalism elective’s students and their teacher Helene Caudron for their hard work, professionalism, and talent bringing us news and perspective on many events and activities of this 2016 2017 school year!
Video journalism elective’s students: Arthur A, Arthur M, Nikki, Ariane, Tia, Audrey, Giulio, Nha-Hai.