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    Mr. Alphonse Prophete
    French Teacher- OPA/OHS
     
     
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Xi86zpGzbuQ7Xl1N9OU-zcZsrClFKYzX/view?usp=sharing
     
     Click the link below to make an appointment for Teacher Parent Conference
     
     
     
    OHS Virtual Teacher Parent Conference - November 23, 2021
    5:30-7:30PM
     
    French videos
     
     https://youtu.be/JGDcDICQswg?t=32
     
     
    https://youtu.be/ZNk2QOn9oGE?t=163
     

    Education gives one the ability to excel in all arenas, regardless of whether doors are opened or closed.  I was provided a unique opportunity to achieve success because my immigrant parents explored all the resources in our strained neighborhoods to learn a trade. Their achievements, in spite of racial, language and economic barriers propelled me to prosper academically and athletically.

    My name is Alphonse Prophète and I am a proud native of the City of Orange Township. My experiences growing up in this community are special and I am committed to be the personal, academic and athletic achievement of those I serve from the elementary level through the professional ranks.  For more than 30 plus years,  I have provided high-quality instructional delivery in French to students at secondary and post-secondary levels and still continue to remain enthusiastic and devoted to the socio-academic growth and development of all students – I have the opportunity to serve- in the Orange School District. With a high degree of fluency in English, French and Haitian Créole,

    As a student-athlete at Seton Hall University, I fell more in love with the art of communication and language. I earned a bachelor’s degree in World Language & Education and advanced degrees in both Bilingual – Bicultural Studies and ESL, holding secondary education certification in French and ESL.

     Being a teacher in the City of Orange Township is very personal to me. I grew up playing tennis, soccer, basketball and football right across the street from where I teach. Giving back to the community that gave me so much more is a blessing.

     

    I love my city and I am honored that I have had the opportunity to pay it forward.