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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Forums are back in full swing at FASP! Students took the stage to display what they’ve learned to their families. Take a look at what the students presented so far: Grade 3: Recycling   Grade 5A: Compound Words

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On January 24th, the FASP Parents’ Association hosted their second coffee break and general meeting of the academic year. The morning meeting started with traditional almond galette and coffee, followed by an open discussion on upcoming events and initiatives set for the remainder of the academic year.

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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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During the week of January 13th, students at FASP celebrated the traditional “Galette Des Rois” celebration in the cafeteria. FASP’s kings and queens enjoyed a delicious cake during the celebration. For elementary and middle school students, the cake was graciously paid for by the FASP Parents’ Association, who purchased them from local caterer “Cuisine, by…

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On December 11th, elementary and middle school students hosted their Winter Festival in the school gym. Students proudly performed holiday tunes including “My Favorite Things” and “Jingle Bell Rock.” Students in grades 1 – 8 wishes the FASP community a happy holiday season!

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On December 7th, the French American School of Princeton (FASP) Parents’ Association hosted its annual book fair at the Barnes and Noble located in Princeton’s MarketFair Mall. The book fair brought together the FASP community made up of students, parents and faculty. The day-long event offered a selection of children’s literature, crafts and two special…

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Students in middle school met with Head of School Corinne Güngör, their teachers and fellow classmates for an open discussion about the International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Program. Students watched a short video and then spoke about academic honesty and essential documents for the program.

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FASP has extensive collections of French and English books in the Maternelle and Elementary/Middle School libraries. Students enjoy visiting once a week, where they can browse and borrow books to take home and enjoy. Maternelle students often read a story together, and older students share books they’ve enjoyed with the “coups de coeur.” Reading, and…

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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.…

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