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B.A. Foreign Languages and Literature - French Education Concentration

Megan LaValley

Bonjour ! 

My name is Megan LaValley and I am one of the French teachers. This is my first year at SSS and I am thrilled to be a part of this community. I was born and raised in Johnston County, and I am happy to be back. I went to East Carolina University (Go Pirates!) for my B.A. in Foreign Languages and Literature, with a concentration in French Education. While I was in college, I was fortunate enough to have the opportuntiy to study abroad in France as well. I lived in Strasbourg, France for a summer, and vistited many cities in France, Germany, and Switzerland. My love for French and the Francophone world began when I was in high school and my teacher inspired me to immerse myself in new cultures whether it was through traveling, reading books, watching films, cooking, or anything else! I hope to inspire our students to be curious and strive to learn about all of the different cultures around the world too. 

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