More than 100 Benjamin Franklin Classical Charter Public School (BFCCPS) alumni and parents celebrated the retirement of their French teacher, Madame Mireille Malouf.
After 13 years teaching the French language Madame Malouf retired. On Friday evening July 8, 2021, the Franklin community of past BFCCPS students celebrated the retirement of their French teacher.
"Education starts at home" says Madame Malouf. In 2017, she was recognized as a Chevalier (Knight) in the Order of the French Academic Palms for her outstanding service and active expansion of French education and culture.
“Madame Malouf has inspired me” was a sentiment expressed by all the students. They took the time to show their gratitude for the gift of French language that Madame Malouf shared with them. Madame Malouf and her husband Dale were touched to meet and hear from all the wonderful students she taught. Madame Malouf signed off saying "I am honored to have taught those young men and women."
The event was organized by KP Sompally, Town Council candidate in 2020.
For more about BFCCPS visit http://bfccps.org/
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