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Paris attacks: How the International School of Los Angeles is responding




A message of solidarity with France is seen at a makeshift memorial outside the French Consulate in Los Angeles, California on November 14, 2015, one day after the Paris terrorist attacks.  Stirring renditions of
A message of solidarity with France is seen at a makeshift memorial outside the French Consulate in Los Angeles, California on November 14, 2015, one day after the Paris terrorist attacks. Stirring renditions of "La Marseillaise" rang out from Dublin to New York as global landmarks were bathed in the French colors and thousands marched in solidarity with Paris after attacks that left at least 129 dead.
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Paris is more than 5,600 miles away from Southern California, but there is a strong sense of community among the French living here, thanks in part to the International School of Los Angeles.

Formerly known as Lycee International, the school has five campuses throughout the region. They are now faced with the challenge of how to respond to the terrorist attacks.

Michael Maniska, head of school, joins the show to tell more about what approach the school is taking.