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!

Preschool and Pre-K Students Mimic a “Minimalist” Style!

After observing different artists such as Imi Knoebel and Daniel Buren, students in preschool and pre-k compared and replicated their famous works of art. The artwork mimics a “minimalistic” style, while also learning about color contrast and straight lines.

Students in Second Grade Create Hand-Drawn Renderings of FASP!

Before the fall break, students in second grade created hand-drawn renderings of FASP! ✏️ For the activity, students headed outdoors to observe the school and draw the building, while taking note of its features including windows, doors and even the surrounding landscape.

FASP Ice Cream Day!

Get the scoop on FASP’s Ice Cream Day! On October 9th, students, faculty and staff received a sweet treat. A local vendor, Peaches & Ice Cream, visited FASP with an assortment of ice cream flavors during the event leading into the first break of the academic year. A huge thank you goes to the FASP…

We Spot Little Bugs in Maternelle!

We see little bugs in maternelle! Maternelle students learned all about insects during “bug week” in late September. Throughout the week, students drew pictures, made bug hats and even heard the story “The Ugly Bug.”

Traveling in Grade 1A!

First-grade students are traveling all around the world! Following the book series, Le loup, students are learning about continents, world landmarks and even different cultures. During the “trip,” their first visit was to France!

Learning the Calendar in Kindergarten!

Kindergarten students are learning about the calendar! Each day, students count the month’s days, while learning the sequence of numbers and weeks. When a day has started, students then color in the day on the calendar!