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!
At the beginning of March, students in grades 2-5 participated in the annual rally lecture. While this year’s reading competition was virtual, our students read many books again this year. On March 26th, students will receive a special reward for their participation!
On March 23rd, students in grade 8 participated in a Math Olympics competition! The competition challenged students to solve mathematical problems set by teachers in French regions. The problems required the grade 8 students to use skills such as critical thinking, research and reasoning. To find out more about the Math Olympics, please click here: http://olympiades-maths.prefas.org/…
On March 5th, students in grade four published their own books! In honor of Book Publishing Day, fourth-grade students created their own self-published books, in which they wrote and illustrated.
In honor and recognition of Black History Month, students in class 6B heard and discussed the poetry book “The Undefeated.” The poetry book details notable African Americans in the United States, while outlining their accomplishments and pivotal actions throughout history. After hearing the poetry book, students were able to ask questions and discuss themes within…
Prior to the Presidents’ Day Recess, students in maternelle and elementary enjoyed a parade in honor of the Lunar New Year. Students safely lined the halls and watched as the dragon made its way throughout FASP. The dragon, made from various items found at craft stores, was created by FASP STEM Teacher Ms. Jill. Students…
On February 8th, students in grades 5 through 8 participated in a math challenge! While this year’s challenge was organized through Zoom rooms to allow students to collaborate, students worked on a variety of math topics while working together as a team. Congratulations to all students who participated!