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Immersion school brings French culture to Lansing kids

A woman and two young girls
Katie Cook

A little bit of Paris is finding its way into the diverse mix of cultures in the Lansing area. Current State's Katie Cook talks to Gaëlle Cassin-Ross, founder of the new French immersion school Aux Petits Soins.
Have you ever met a Francophile? Someone enamored of all things French? Well, chances are they'd be interested in this: a French immersion school in Lansing that allows participants to explore the language and culture of France.

Gaëlle Cassin-Ross is the founder of the French immersion school Aux PetitsSoins in Lansing, but she never had plans to become a teacher. She actually moved from Paris for a research position in molecular biology at Michigan State University. 



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