French school a good idea

My first language was French but then I went into an English school and never looked back

French school a good idea

I just wanted to give my input for another French immersion school. I am definitely for it. My kids are only three and one and a half but I would love to have more options and more of a likelihood to get into a school. My first language was French but then I went into an English school and never looked back and have regretted it. I wish I had the opportunity to make it stick as well as I could have. I live in Chemainus and would still bring my kids out to Duncan to get them to French immersion.

Vanessa Tremblett

Chemainus

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