Over the past several weeks, students in seventh grade were tasked with developing a physical or digital product that solves a problem. If the students so choose, they can then enter their product prototypes into the “Inventor’s Challenge 2020.” The challenge is an annual competition, and the winners could take home the grand prize of…

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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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Seventh-grade students presented various theories and themes to their classmates during language arts class! Following the novel, “The Hobbit,” students were tasked with choosing a topic relating to the book and then presented their projects to their classmates.  

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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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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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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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Sixth graders were inspired after watching a short video, Caine’s Arcade, which showed the story of a young boy who created arcade games using cardboard. After the video, students then practiced repurposing cardboard with the goal of learning “attachment techniques,” which uses various scraps of cardboard to replicate structures.  

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To our Eighth Grade Class of 2020: Although we were unable to see you walk across the stage, we’re excited to watch you take the next step in your educational journey. We’ll miss you within the halls of FASP, but we’re ready to watch you #SayOui to all the great opportunities that will come your way! #Bravo…

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Daniel Rouan, an astrophysicist at the Observatoire de Paris, conducted a live Zoom workshop with Middle School students on May 14th. The talk (in French) first centered on an astrophysicist’s career and then explored the concepts of exoplanets and black holes. Students had an opportunity to ask questions and comment. To learn more about the Observatoire de…

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