Bonne Rentrée

2020-2021: A school year as unique as each of us

A quick word to my wonderful students

"Solitaire mais Solidaire"

I found this quote in a French article; I repeat it often: we are solitary but together in solidarity.

The new school year is almost here, and I am "re-sharing" the videos I created for my classes at the end of remote learning. They are linked below. If they make you smile, that will warm my heart. I imagine your sadness at this extended remote learning; please know your teachers are very sad too. Our not being able to greet you at our classroom doors is difficult, yet knowing we are all safe is critical. Please know I am - and will always be- here for you. Please reach out if you need a virtual shoulder to cry on, extra help on anything (maybe not math ) and just want to talk. I am an email away. I am excited to see you (virtually) in a few short weeks. Guess what??? I have "upped" my tech skills....I hope you will be pleasantly surprised. :-).

To see the videos below, click directly on the picture

Rising French I and II students (and parents):

Prior to the first day of school, I will send out a detailed explanation of everything you and your child need to know about French class. Your child's well-being is very important to me so please reach out if you have any questions or concerns.

Robin McMahon: rmcmahon@chccs.k12.nc.us


Gentle reminder to rising 7th and 8th graders: French I and II are high school level courses which require some dedicated time and effort to be successful. You must attend live teaching classes and complete assignments on time ; I will be available often for small group discussions and re-teaching.


Et demain ? Le collectif - Et demain ? (Clip Officiel)