Congratulations to our Middle School Science Fair winners, which were announced at the Graduation ceremony.
Grade 6: Colin F. for his solar cell project. He designed and created his own working solar cell!
Grade 7: Zahra L. with her magnetic levitation train model. By adding magnets to the ends of a battery to simulate the train car, she could make it move through a copper coil tunnel. She also built a model metro station!
Grade 8: Maya N. for her research on Tesla coils. She learned about magnetic induction and proved her battery-powered loops would work by lighting a model city without wires!
Transitioning from Kindergarten to Grade 1 is an important step for our students. To help them feel comfortable in their new class, Kindergarten students spend some time in the Grade 1 class to learn about life in elementary school. They read a story together, talk about homework, desks, and books, and try out the Smartboard.
We take time every year to celebrate our graduates, those moving up from elementary to middle school, and those graduating from FASP to go on to high school. Congratulations to all of our graduates this year, and thank you for the support of their families and teachers! We know you’re on to do great things!
One of FASP’s values is nurturing the hearts of our students so they become courageous and compassionate citizens who respect their peers, the community, and the global environment. Students are encouraged to volunteer in the life of the school and to help when they can. Thank you to all our students who volunteered and helped make their school a better place! Initiatives this year have included:
Middle School students reading books to Maternelle classes: