Sara Deveaux, a Cincinnati native and Midwesterner at heart, earned a B.A. from Connecticut College and an M.A. in French from Middlebury. After two years at The Gunnery School, Sara returned to Paris to complete a Masters. She then lived and worked at Westminster School where she spent 22 years as a teacher, administrator, coach and dorm parent. Sara currently teaches CL French and enjoys guiding her students not only toward a fluency of expression and a love of learning, but also toward a greater understanding of the diverse cultures in the world in which they live. Sara is a co-lead language teacher at Klingenstein Summer Institute, a program for early-career teachers through Teachers College at Columbia University. Sara is a co-author of EntreCultures 3, published by Wayside. Sara and her family live in Williamstown, Mass., where she where she trains for the Pan-Mass Challenge on the hills of Vermont and New York, hikes, reads and explores a variety of cultural endeavors in the Berkshires.