Kaila Hall, Ariana Adabi
Cadence Thakur, Aisha Philippe, Noor-Elise Kamaruzzaman, Hermine Brintet
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Emilia Klause, Lucie Merlet, Yanis Caillaud
Sylvie Bartusek, Alexei Kaloshin, Chloe Pangas, Daniel Pressman, Samantha Pressman, Oscar Byrne, Ellise Waller, Annabelle Piot, Juliette Lassus, Mme Marie-Helene Fevre
Mme Isabelle Ricard, Alexandra Bodelle
Congratulations to everyone who participated in this year's Recto Verso and Salle Bulletin contests!
Recto Verso's theme, the pursuit of happiness, inspired a record number of poetry and photography entries.
With all the turmoil in the world, the Rochambeau community is proud of its students who showcased the little and big things that make them happy.
From photos of moments with friends to photos of sunrises, from poems about family to poems about Pokémon cards, students exhibited immense creativity when showing how they pursue happiness.
More than 60 students created team videos for Salle Bulletin's contest revolving around the theme of revolution and change, Ça me tape sur les nerfs!
Look around you… so many people are speaking up. Colin Kaepernick takes a knee to protest police brutality against African Americans. France’s Gilets Jaunes grassroots movement marches against economic inequality.
From reducing mobile phone use to homelessness, from human interactions to food waste, Rochambeau students shared what they would change in our society if they could.
Cadence Thakur & Aïsha Philippe, Editors-in-Chief
P.S. We're very grateful to Mme Anabel Rodriguez for inspiring her students to participate. We received more Spanish poems this year than ever before!