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!

FASP Faculty Members Participate in Mindfulness Project

Over the past several weeks, faculty members participated in a “mindfulness project.” The project, led by local instructor Nina Mongendre-Samonov, helps teachers identify the students’ emotional states and how they can affect the learning process. Mongendre-Samonov provided tools and exercises to manage negative emotions, and restore students’ well-being and focus in the classroom. Funded by…

Students Watch Inauguration

Students who participated in November’s mock presidential election finalized learning about the electoral process by watching the inauguration. Students watched as the newly elected President and Vice President were sworn in during the inaugural event held in Washington D.C.

Galette des Rois!

Today, students throughout all grade levels celebrated Galette des Rois! After lunch, each class crowned their own king or queen after the “fève” was found in one of the pieces of Kings’ Cake. Take a look at the royal celebration! A huge thanks goes to the Parents’ Association for purchasing the galettes!

Galettes at Home!

Kings and queens are among us! During an at-home Zoom class, students in kindergarten put their culinary skills to the test and prepared a traditional galette! While using ingredients such as almond flour, sugar and butter, students baked a sweet treat fit for royalty.

Happy New Year!

On behalf of the FASP faculty & staff, we wish everyone a happy and healthy new year! As today marks our (virtual) return to school following the winter break, our wish is to meet all of you in person by the end of this school year. Meanwhile, please stay safe and take good care of…

Snowflakes in Kindergarten

Using oil pastels, students created snowflakes in kindergarten. But, these are secret snowflakes! After creating the snowflakes, students then used ink to paint over the oil-based snowflakes, showing their special water-resistant style.  

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