In preschool, students became pastry chefs during another #FaspAtHome session! During the baking session, students made “pains aux raisins,” which is a traditional French brioche with raisins and cream. They gathered ingredients such as flour, eggs and a hint of sugar to create their sweet masterpiece! Bon Appetite!

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In kindergarten, we’re learning how to trace vertical and horizontal lines while using a ruler! Although we’re in the final days of the school year, we’re still learning! During the #FaspAtHome activity, students used their rulers to create lines with the goal of replicating their own rendition of a spring tree art project, “L’arbre de Printemps.”

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Throughout the month of May, students in all grade levels participated in weekly challenges set by the AEFE, with the theme of “May at the Museum.” Each week, students are prompted with a new challenge, putting their creativity to the test! Students then share their completed artwork within an online platform with other schools that…

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Students in preschool made individual pizzas during their Zoom session. The recipe helped students learn about using fine motor skills, proper measurements and following instructions to complete a lunch from start to finish. Take a look at what our chefs created for lunch!

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On May 4, 2020, Gov. Murphy announced that all New Jersey school buildings will remain closed for in-person instruction for the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year. For more information on the closure, please click here: NJ Schools Update

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Happy May 1st! Students in preschool, pre-k and kindergarten celebrated the first day of May in a special way. In France, it is tradition to celebrate “Fete du Muguet” with a bouquet of flowers to wish happiness and good luck to family and friends. In class, students created their own personal bouquet artwork to (virtually)…

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On April 22nd, students and faculty celebrated Earth Day! Our community wore green (and some blue) in honor of the day. During online class sessions, students participated in a number of activities including: Identifying and categorizing recycling containers in preschool Brainstorming on ways to help reduce food waste at home in elementary classes Measuring daily…

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While students learn at home, they’re also participating in weekly challenges! Students in preschool, pre-k and kindergarten are tasked with different challenges to learn sorting, categorizing, and even creating art using elements of nature. Look at what some of our young students accomplished!

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FASP had a wonderful School Spirit Day! 🎉 On April 10th, students, parents, faculty and staff grabbed their FASP gear and showed their school pride! During the (virtual) fun day, our school community had the ability to come together as one, even while we continue to practice social distancing. Take a look as all grade levels…

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Earlier this week, parents of eighth graders hosted “Lunch by Parents” to help fund their students’ end of the year trip. Parents prepared a meal consisting of Zucchini Velouté, lasagna and a dessert. Take a look at the tasty afternoon below!

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