My name is Mr. Delcominette. I come from Belgium. I have been working for Caddo Parish since August, 2000. I also taught French in Kansas City (Missouri) for two years. I have been the KYDS adviser since 2004. I am delighted to be teaching your child this year.
Through daily instruction, your child will not only acquire some skills that will enable him/her to communicate in French but also gain knowledge and understanding of other cultures. Furthermore, connections will be made with other areas of learning (math, social studies, …). Last but not least, studying a foreign language promotes and develops critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
The purpose of the broadcast journalism program is to provide information and entertainment to students at Youree Drive Middle School and the surrounding community. Our program exists to serve the students, staff, and community as a medium of communication and to provide a learning experience in some aspects of television and radio production for students enrolled in the program. In producing programs for the show, technical crews and on-air persons should strive for the highest degree of professionalism possible.
See our show at kydstv.com
Useful online resources: mrd247.com
Best way to contact me: JupiterEd
ClassDojo allows me to instantly share messages and updates with parents. I’d like all families to join and sign up for ClassDojo. You can use it on any device: it is a simple, free mobile app for iOS and Android, and can also be used from a computer at: www.classdojo.com. If you have not signed up yet, just send me an email, with your child’s name, and I will send you an invitation to ClassDojo.
If you have any questions, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call the school (868-5324) and leave a message.