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Second Grade Teachers

Professeurs de CE1

Mrs. SpitaClémence Spita                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Mme. Spita was born in France and raised in the Poitou Charente area near La Rochelle. She studied at the University of Poitiers where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology.  Mme. Spita then relocated to California with her husband where she taught French to young children and adults for four years. She decided to pursue a career in Education and received her teaching credentials from California State University in San Diego. Mme. Spita combines her passion for the French culture and technology to bring a dynamic approach to the French language into the classroom. Her enthusiasm, energy, and excitement to teach children about French culture will greatly contribute to the success of SRFACS.


Mme. BonPascale Bon                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Mme. Bon was born in the south of France where she obtained two Masters degrees, one in chemistry and one in didactics of literature. While teaching for twenty years but also in the academic training of future teachers, she led many interdisciplinary projects, artistic, historical, linguistic (Comenius with European partners). She is very excited and happy to continue this project by teaching students at SRFACS and sharing with them the humanist values of her country.  She is also delighted to share new experiences and moments of conviviality with the new educative team, teachers, and parents, in a school open to the world. Her hobbies are traveling, tennis, skiing, the arts and meals with friends.