Welcome To Our Website
From FLACS President Dr. Elaine Margarita ...

Greetings…I am so proud to welcome you to our FLACS website. The FLACS executive board looks forward to sharing ideas, working together, and assisting our membership in addressing our professional endeavors. This, of course, includes, but is not limited to the consortium for the FLACS exams we provide to our constituents. We also want to focus on the professional development needs of our group and the opportunities to strengthen our place in providing quality 21st Century educational programs in world languages.


Calendar of Events

General Meeting Dates
Meeting dates and times for the 2014/2015 school year will be posted whe they become available.
 

 

         

LOTE Assessment Information

FLACS is seeking general feedback on recent exams.

Please use the appropriate link below to provide your specific feedback so we can improve our exam offerings in the future.

Chinese A | Chinese B

French A | French B

German A | German B

Italian A | Italian B

Spanish A | Spanish B

 

Important note: You will not be able to submit your responses unless you check a response to every exam on the question asking how satisfied you were with the exam. If you do not offer a particular exam, you must still check “N/A”

 


Membership Information

FLACS membership must be renewed annually. Now accepting applications for the 2014-2015 school year. Click on the Membership link above to get started today!





FLACS Goes to Albany


Pictured are Regent Roger Tilles; FLACS President, Lillian Carey; FLACS Immediate Past President, Carmen Campos; and Commissioner John B. King
On August 7, 2012, Carmen Campos, the immediate past president of the Foreign Language Association of Chairpersons and Supervisors (FLACS) and Lillian Carey, the current president of FLACS and Director of Languages Other Than English (LOTE) for Hauppauge Public Schools, met with NYSED Commissioner Dr. John B. King, Deputy Commissioner Ken Slentz, Associate Commissioner for Assessment and Curriculum, Ken Wagner, and NYS Regent Roger Tilles to update them on what FLACS has done this past year to support foreign language instruction in New York State as well to discuss our concerns regarding foreign language programs throughout the state in the wake of the elimination of our state assessments and the new APPR regulations.