Bunker Hill Middle School French Classes Host Annual Authentic “Petit Dejeuner”
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP – Seventh-grade French students in Mrs. Kiki Pecheux’s class at Bunker Hill Middle School recently hosted their annual authentic French breakfast, aka “petit dejeuner Français.”
The students just finished learning about breakfast in France compared to the United States, and they celebrated with some French baguettes, Président beurre (butter), and Bonne Maman confiture (jam), which was made into a “Tartine.” Some of the students tried apricot jam for the first time, as well as croissants. Also included was fruit, juices, and even Chocolat Chaud (hot chocolate).
Bunker Hill Middle Schools seventh-graders (left to right) Jimmy Norton, Dakota Milou, and Alexis Furman get set to serve croissants as part of their French breakfast, or “petit dejeuner.”
It was a delicious spread for the petit dejeuner.
Seventh-grader Grace Kendorski gets ready to enjoy her “Tartine.”
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