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French Exchange Program ROUEN/NEW PROVIDENCE Parent/Student Meeting Mar 167pm NPHS Media Center
2/ Itinerary: See link with itinerary
3/ Phone, list: preferred
4/ Guest student list: Guest profile
Student Profile Nom et Prénom Adresse de létudiant Noms des parents Adresse des parents Adresse personelle et numero de telephone Listez les membres de votre famille Quelles langues étudiez-vous ou parlez-vous ? Avez-vous des animaux domestiques ? Vos activités, intérêts, loisirs Vos allergies La nourriture que vous naimez pas
Student Profile En condition normale, décrivez comment vous sortez: Tous les jours/souvent/quelques fois/jamais Dans le groupe qui sont vos amis ? Ecrivez leur nom Je ne fumerai pas sur les terrains a proximité de lécole ou pres de lecole Tapez votre nom Je ne fumerai ni dans la maison de mon hôte ni dans leur jardin. Tapez votre nom Le but de cet échange est de connaître et de respecter les coutumes familiales américaines et non pas de passer du temps avec mes amis français. Je resterai avec ma famille daccueil aussi souvent que possible. Tapez votre nom
5/Weekeend activities:No parties during the weekend Entertainment Ideas New York City- walk around Beach/ boardwalk Professional baseball game Tea in Chester / walk around town centers New Hope Day trip to Philadelphia Shopping / malls/ outlets Dinner / restaurants Hanging out with friends Broadway show Bike riding Play tennis / golf Great Adventure Cruise around Manhattan- Circle Line BBQ (weather permitting) Bronx Zoo Concert Hiking / walking – state parks Skating Shopping for Prom dresses
6/ Do and dont: DOS AND DONTS 1.Dont be surprised if your French guest smokes. They must, however, abide by the rules of your home. They were told not to smoke on host property and school property. 2.Leave food on the counter for breakfast. 3.Do pack a bigger lunch for these students. In France, lunch is a big meal. Theyll stay hungry if you pack a small / light lunch. 4. Do plan interesting outings / activities but make sure its something they havent done already on their tour (i.e. Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, etc.). other cities, a car show, Broadway, the mall are all places of great interest to them. Do take students to places theyve never been before, even if you consider these places hokey or worn out. Italian and Japanese guests have really enjoyed the Colorado Café, Johnny Rockets, Benny Hannas, Fugiama, Fast Food joints, the Wax Museum, Point Pleasant and Boardwalks in general, Great Adventure, Specific locations in NYC, etc. Bowling is similar to a game they have in France and is not altogether new to them. 5. Do feed them what you typically eat. Latino and other ethnic foods are American! Theyre here to try new things. 6. Do contact other families on list with questions, help or teaming up activities. EXCERPTS: …Our overall experience was very positive. The kids organized much of what went on themselves. On one of the evenings we invited several of the students and host families over for a low key evening of pizza and socializing. It is helpful if "friends" are placed with "friends"...our young lady did not speak much English but her best friend was placed with my sons good friend and the four of them got together a lot. (her friend helped with the English) On one of the Saturdays, a group of them went into the city to see a play. My biggest concern had been the morning routine...getting everyone off to school and work. Your suggestion of just putting bagels, etc. out on the counter was helpful. It went smoother than I thought it would.
7/ Foreseeable conflicts: Carpool. Share burden. March 16 World Language Honor Society Photo coordinator: ?
8/ Farewell reception: Wednesday March 23 at NP Senior center Coordinator: ? Contribution per family: $5+potluck or $20 and catered
9/ Summary of experience by ex-host families: Questions and answers
Thank you very much for hosting! See you on March 16!