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:
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After the winter break, elementary students annually participate in their Rally Lecture. During the rally, students decide if they will read 10, 20 or 30 small books throughout the month, in hopes of coming in first place within their grade level.
Reading Rally Awards
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 Anne-Renee.” In maternelle, students prepared the cakes in class during a baking activity.
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!
Are you ready for a challenge? Fifth and sixth students teamed up for math challenges, to demonstrate problem-solving and teamwork throughout the entire month.
Congratulations to the winners! On December 20th, the winners of the challenges were announced during a brief ceremony naming the first, second and third place winners.
First Place: Ethan, Luca, Vanessa and Anouck
Second Place: Lou, Gabriel, Anna and Viona
Third Place: Aubin, Leándra and Oriane
On November 1st, elementary students gathered for their first student council meeting of the 2019-20 school year. During the meeting, class presidents shared ideas, questions and concerns surrounding the school.
Throughout the month of November, classes in elementary school hosted their forums for parents. The presentation of topics included pollution, exercise, art in France and more! Take a look below at their on-stage display.