The “Conseil d’école” whose members include the class representatives, the PA officers, the teaching team and the school administration, will meet today at 3:30pm for its first meeting of the year. Le Conseil d’école composé des représentants de classe, des membres du bureau de[...]
Come see our students’ artwork on display at the Princeton Public Library on Witherspoon Street in downtown Princeton (on the 3rd floor – children). Art pieces shown were made by our Preschool to Kindergarten students[...]
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We enrolled our two daughters in FASP when our oldest was four (pre-K) and our youngest was three (preschool).
My husband’s native language was French but both had minimal French speaking ability when they started.
It has been a source of great joy to see their French flourish.
At the end of her first year at FASP, our oldest daughter introduced their school play in French – which took us completely by surprised.
We both felt quite emotional about seeing our baby up on stage speaking French.
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