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2018 January

Middle School Boys vs. Faculty

01 / 23 / 2018
Posted by Kyle Lewis
The teachers took on the Middle School boys on Monday afternoon, and only narrowly came out ahead in the end, winning just by five points. Thank...
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2017 November

Anyone Can Be Bilingual, Just Start Young!

11 / 02 / 2017
Posted by Aurélie McKinstry

Most parents agree that being bilingual is a huge asset on a number of levels. Not only is knowing two or more languages useful in business and...

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2017 September

Classroom Lesson: Acrostiches

09 / 26 / 2017

On Monday I asked my eighth graders to create an “acrostiche” (“acrostic” in English), i.e., a poem in which the first letters of each of the...

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The Relationship Between Literature and Cinema

09 / 25 / 2017
Posted by Alexandre Balet

What do Jean-Luc Godard, Georges Duhamel, Stephen King, Mickael Punk, Costa Gavras, and François Truffaut have in common? They all took part in...

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2017 Yearbook Staff Attends Workshop

09 / 21 / 2017
Posted by Christina Wong

The first-ever FASPS Yearbook Staff attended the annual Jostens Fall Yearbook Workshop held at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma on Monday,...

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The Benefits of a Bilingual Education

09 / 21 / 2017
Posted by Kyle Lewis
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The View From High Above FASPS

09 / 21 / 2017
Posted by Kyle Lewis

Our own seventh grader Alvar Jolin-Lombardini brought his drone to campus mid-September 2017 and took these amazing shots and videos (three at...

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Advanced French Course Kicks Off

09 / 17 / 2017
Posted by Alexandre Balet

Our first Advanced French for Alumni class kicked off Saturday morning, September 16, 2017, at FASPS. Fourteen nineth, tenth, and eleventh grade...

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3D Graffiti Nametags

09 / 17 / 2017
Posted by Lauralynn Sweet

This is a lesson I taught where the CE2 created 3D graffiti nametags. This can be found outside our CEA classroom. — Lauralynn Sweet, Teacher

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A Note From the Head of School

09 / 17 / 2017
Posted by Eric Thuau

Dear FASPS Parents, Faculty, Staff, and Board Members,

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