Miami-Dade County Public Schools presents Radyo Lekol, a 25-minute educational news program in Haitian Creole, Monday through Friday at 9:05 p.m. on WLRN 91.3 FM.
Radyo Lekol enhances communication with non-English-speaking Haitians in the community. Radio is the most effective means to reach the Haitian community. Through radio, parents and community members are encouraged to get involved in the school system. They receive information regarding services available, and announcements and promotions of new programs to enhance students' education. On Fridays, the program is hosted by Mr. Jan Mapou, a community member who presents Haitian culture, traditions, music, folklores and the Creole language.
For more information, call the Office of Communications and Community Engagement, Haitian Affairs, Simone Degraff, Director/Host, at 305-995-4247 or Cherol Marcelin, Communications Manager/Host, at 305-995-2404, or Reginald Dorival, Translations Specialist/Host, at 305-995-4828.
Hosts/Producers: Simone Degraff, Cherol Marcelin, Reginald Dorival, Jan Mapou.
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