We spot helmets, baseball caps and animal ears! That’s right, November 9th at FASP was Hat Day! To kick-off the week, our community wore their finest headgear which displayed their creativity while using various designs and styles. Check out the hats we spotted throughout the day!

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Students at FASP made their voices heard during the presidential election! Over the past several weeks, students in the elementary and middle school levels learned about the election and the voting process. Each week, students worked on activities that expanded their knowledge regarding political parties, selecting a candidate and casting a ballot. In second grade,…

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Ahead of the upcoming presidential election, second-grade students recently held one of their very own! During the activity, students practiced election vocabulary and learned the process of voting, including the nomination of candidates and casting a ballot.  

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Following the book Creepy Carrots by Aaron Reynolds, students created their own version of a carrot. The patches are now sprouting throughout the elementary hallways!  

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Students, faculty & staff are invited to wear their costumes on Friday, October 30th. To our current parents, please check your email for more information. We look forward to seeing everyone’s spooky spirit!

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Before the fall break, students in second grade created hand-drawn renderings of FASP! ✏️ For the activity, students headed outdoors to observe the school and draw the building, while taking note of its features including windows, doors and even the surrounding landscape.

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Get the scoop on FASP’s Ice Cream Day! On October 9th, students, faculty and staff received a sweet treat. A local vendor, Peaches & Ice Cream, visited FASP with an assortment of ice cream flavors during the event leading into the first break of the academic year. A huge thank you goes to the FASP…

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First-grade students are traveling all around the world! Following the book series, Le loup, students are learning about continents, world landmarks and even different cultures. During the “trip,” their first visit was to France!

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While using their personal headshots, fourth graders created self-image cut-outs using magazine clippings. While some students used traditional clothing to build themselves, others used spirals to represent their bodies, and markers to represent their arms!

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On September 25th, the FASP community celebrated School Spirit Day in style! FASP shirts, hats, vests and sweatshirts lined the halls as students, faculty and staff enjoyed the first spirit day of the school year. Take a look at how the day was celebrated!  

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