Rector of French island of Guadeloupe to visit school to observe French instruction.
WHAT: The Rector of Guadeloupe, along with his delegation will visit Audubon Charter School’s Broadway campus as part of its partnership with Monsieur Raymond Hinz , Attaché for Cooperation Consulat Général de France, School Inspector / Superintendent of Schools and the French Consulate.
WHEN: Friday, March 31, 9am
WHERE: Audubon Charter School, Broadway Campus, 428 Broadway St., New Orleans, LA 70118, Phone: 504-324-7100
WHY: The Rector of Guadeloupe and his delegation will visit Audubon Charter on March 31. Guadeloupe is a butterfly-shaped 630-square-mile French Caribbean island that is a department of France. The visit is part of Audubon’s partnership with Monsieur Raymond Hinz , Attaché for Cooperation Consulat Général de France, School Inspector / Superintendent of Schools and the French Consulate.
During the delegation’s visit to the U.S, they are also scheduled to meet with the Governor, State Superintendent John White, Universities and more.
The delegation includes:
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