“Donne moi ta main et prend la mienne, Mais Oui Mais Oui l’école est fini!!” Maintenant c’est L’été et LPE vous offre une semaine de Camp d’été fin juillet.

The school year is over  and Summer Camp mode is in the air!

LPE présents one week of  Art in French JULY 24th- 27th

50% for this year’s student.

9-13:00 LPE provides lunch and little ines bring their own lunch


Email for application

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Classe de Ballet à LPE!!

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Our field trip to the Children Museum!!


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LPE 2017 Open Houses in March Tuesdays 9:30-11


Would you like to come and visit LPE? Meet the teachers?see some of the morning routine? Chat with the owner and head teacher? Observe the little ones do yoga and giggle their way in our cozy space?Alors come to any of the Tuesdays in March 9:30-11, we will be ready for you! A bientot,


P.s: if you can’t make it on Tuesdays make an appointment after 3:15 most days. Spots are still available but they are going fast!!

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❤️February ❤️ Fevrier

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Bonjour January 2017!!

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Nos lundi à la bibliothèque.Mondaysat the Portland Public Library📚 

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Joyeux Halloween👻

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Octobre et les enfants dans le vent!


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Teen classes and beginner Adult classes on Wednesdays by Sandrine Moser: Teen Classes: 5:25-6:25. Adult Classes: 6:30-7:30 Cours Ado : mercredi de 5:25-6:25 Cours Adultes: mercredi de 6:30-7:30. 10 starting in October $30 per class and package for sessions available

Qui est Sandrine Moser?:

Bonjour!! I am a French native. I was born in Valence in the south of France. I studied at the University of Grenoble- Stendhal III where I graduated in Sciences of Language. Later I attended the IUFM (Institut Universitaire de la Formation des Maitres) to become an elementary school teacher.I moved to the United States and continued my career in teaching. I taught Kindergarten for 1 year in a private school in Southern California. Next, we moved to a tiny town called Bear Valley in Northern California where I taught French and Spanish in the high school for 3 years.
We continued our journey that ended in Maine. I worked at L’Ecole Française du Maine for 3 years as an administrative assistant and assistant teacher in the pre-school.It was a fabulous experience to be able to feel as if I were in France in the middle of Maine.

As several Franco-phones are on their way in establishing “une Alliance française” in Portland to promote french language and culture, I thought it was a great opportunity for me to start teaching older kids again.

I have 2 teenagers that need to practice their French to be able to speak with my family back in France. I also decided to teach beginner “young” or not so young adult as many of my friends have been asking me.

Besides teaching, reading, playing Ukulele, knitting, skiing, decorating I enjoy building furniture and making crafts.

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