Category Archives: Parent association
In association with 8th graders’ parents to help reduce the cost of their graduation field trip, the Parents’ Association will be offering delicious home-made lunches prepared for the students.
A COMPLETE LUNCH FOR KIDS & A BREAK FROM “LUNCHBOX DUTY” FOR PARENTS!
Purchase a balanced and complete meal for your child that includes an appetizer, a warm entrée and a dessert at the following pricing:
- 1 Child – $10
- 2 Children – $9 each
- 3 Children – $8 each
Menu for March 11, 2019
Assorted Raw Vegetables (tomatoes, carrots…)
Pasta Bolognese or Tomato Sauce Pasta (no meat)
Payable electronically with PayPal (a small convenience fee will apply):
Thank you for your support and, please let us know if you want to help organize/cook/serve for these lunches.
Join us for our annual Book Sale on Saturday March 2, 2019 from 9am to 3pm!
Browse hundreds of books for children and adults in French at a reasonable price (kids’ books, magazines, comics, DVDs, adult books). Many like-new items. Prices range from under $1 to $5!
There are not many opportunities to find French books at such a good price in the area, so don’t miss your chance to stock up!
This event, sponsored by the FASP Parents’ Association, is free and open to the public.
Proceeds to benefit local charities.
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The PA is pleased to invite all FASP Families, Faculty and Staff to its annual Ice Skating Party that will take place on Sunday, February 24th from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at the Mercer County Ice Skating Center.
The cost, for entry and skating is $9 per adult & $7 per child (free entrance for kids under 4 years old), and covers the rink rental that is being reserved just for us at that time. Entry is free for those not skating.
Purchase Entry Tickets for Ice Skaters
Select the entry fee for Adults, click Add to Cart, then go back to this screen to select the entry fee for Children, and click Add to Cart again to make payment for the whole family.
Skate Rental: if you do not own skates, you will be able to rent them for an additional $4, payment will be done at the rink.
This year again we will be holding a potluck, so please bring a dish to share! To ensure a well-balanced buffet, we have divided the meal preparation by class and the PA will provide water and utensils.
The Parents Association hosted it’s January coffee break and general meeting today. Today’s coffee was complemented by a galette des rois, a traditional French treat this time of year.
The PA discussed past events such as the Maternelle playdate, Middle School bowling party, sweatshirt sales (with another sale coming up in March), the Book Fair, Michel Cluizel chocolate sales, and purchases made by the PA for Maternelle cooking, the Winter Festival decorations, and elementary school workshops.
Upcoming events include the Ice Skating party on February 24th and Book Sale during the Parent-Teacher conferences on March 2nd. Stay tuned for more details about those and other events!
The School Project for 2018-2021 is “Live together, imagine, create: express yourself.” One of the many components of this project is to help our Middle School students develop their critical thinking and conceptual skills. To that end, new projects have been put in place in which students design and create using a mix of art and technology.
The FASP Parents’ Association has allocated an annual contribution of $8,000 for the purchase of supplies and materials to be used by all grades. For the Middle School, these funds have mainly been used to purchase technology equipment such as a solar tracker and electricity power meters.
The School Project for 2018-2021 is “Live together, imagine, create: express yourself.” One of the many components of this project is to nurture our Maternelle (Preschool, PreK, Kindergarten) students’ exploration of their world. To that end, monthly cooking projects and shared meals have been put in place. Students learn about healthy eating habits and cooking skills by preparing and eating a meal together on a monthly basis.
The FASP Parents’ Association has allocated an annual contribution of $8,000 for the purchase of supplies and materials to be used by all grades. For the maternelle, these funds have mainly been used to purchase tools and utensils for cooking.
A big thank you to everyone who joined us for our 2018 Book Fair! Many families and friends of the school joined us at Barnes and Noble on December 1st for fun activities, holiday shopping, and supporting the school. Every year, purchases made on that day return a percentage back to the school, which we use to buy new books for our school library. Families also have a chance to purchase and donate a book on our library wish list.
Activities run throughout the day for kids and adults to enjoy.
French and English storytimes by our teachers:
Arts and Crafts, Coloring & Bookmark making
The School Project for 2018-2021 is “Live together, imagine, create: express yourself.” One of the many components of this project is to nurture students’ creativity and develop their skills in problem solving and following a procedure. To that end, the new Thursday Workshops have been put in place for Elementary grades, and other projects have been planned for the Maternelle and Middle School.
The FASP Parents’ Association has allocated an annual contribution of $8,000 for the purchase of supplies and materials to be used in classrooms and during the workshops.
Below you will learn how the funds raised last year have been recently spent to enrich these new projects.
Students learn to follow a procedure, use fine motor skills, and exercise creativity while completing various art projects like basket weaving, sewing, mosaics, and jewelry making.
Learning to navigate encourages critical thinking, develops spatial and mathematics skills, and gets kids outside!
Activities like 3Doodler and Origami Bots combine creativity and technology.
The entire school community gathered on the front lawn of the school on Friday to celebrate the start of another school year. This picnic is always a great chance to meet fellow parents, get to know the teachers, and enjoy a nice meal together while the kids enjoy time with friends. Thank you to the PA for organizing a wonderful event!
Our Parents Association had their last Coffee Break and general meeting of the school year. They reviewed the events and fundraising that have taken place this year, and they are looking ahead to next year. Thanks to the funds raised during this year’s events like the Book Fair and Book Sale, the PA will be making some purchases for the school to use next year. They are also looking for new volunteers to be a part of the board – let us know if you’re interested in getting further involved!