News & Events
There's always something exciting happening at FASP, and we want to help you stay informed of current news and school events. We will update this page regularly with important announcements and news. Please check back often!
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On June 4th, FASP celebrated our kindergarten, 5th-grade and 8th-grade graduates! During a ceremony held in our campus’ gymnasium, we first celebrated our 5th and 8th-grade graduates during a morning ceremony. In the afternoon, we were able to host a ceremony for kindergarten students. After the kindergarten ceremony, students enjoyed delicious treats with their classmates…
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Over the past several months, the Corinne Güngör “Celebration Planning Committee” has worked to plan a few events designed to honor and celebrate our current Head of School (HOS). As she wraps up her two-decade role as HOS, here’s a recap of some of our events so far: Signs on Campus – To kick off…
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During the week of May 10th, elementary and middle school students headed outdoors to enjoy the beautiful weather during lunch! Our beautiful campus was the stage for a succession of luncheons on the grass, with elementary and middle school students enjoying their meal on their picnic blanket.
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In honor of Mother’s Day, students in the ps/pk group made special gifts! While using construction paper, scissors, tape and skewer sticks, students created a beautiful bouquet of flowers! They even hand-crafted a vase, which was finished with a paint color of their choosing.
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On May 4th, the FASP teaching and administrative team celebrated Faculty & Staff Appreciation Day! First, the team enjoyed a delicious lunch made by the Parents’ Association (PA), volunteers and the administrative team. Then, they enjoyed delicious sweet treats and received a special surprise — a beautiful mason jar filled with fresh flowers! A huge…
Over the past several months, students in grade 6 created arcade games! Following the model of Caine’s Arcade and the Global Cardboard Challenge, students created classic arcade games using common items such as cardboard, clothespins, spoons and even cups. Once the projects were finished, students then showcased their work by hosting a carnival-style event which…