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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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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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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Students in sixth, seventh and eighth grade participated in Shakespeare Day on April 23rd! During their English Zoom session, middle schoolers dressed in their finest Elizabethan attire and drank tea while reading sonnets and playing games about the author’s works and life.

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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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What items do you need for survival? ⛺️ Students in seventh grade displayed their projects, in which they discussed items needed for survival including food, water, heat and shelter. Take a look at their presentations below presented during their online Zoom session.

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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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On February 11th, the Consul General of France in New York visited the French American School of Princeton (FASP) to meet with fourth through eighth grade students for a conversation on diplomacy. During the forum-style conversation, students had the opportunity to ask questions directed to Ms. Anne-Claire Legendre, who has served as the Consul General…

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