After a long flight, the French children always arrived late in the evening in the American school. They were introduced to their American families and went home. A difficult time for them for they were taken away from the school in the dark to go to the American home. Fortunately a dense correspondance between the two families had prepared the French children.
The American coordinator, usually an American motther, indicates to the French child where his American family is waiting for him
Then communication becomes FUN