FASPS Think Tank 20–21

Dear FASPS Community: We are inviting anyone who might be interested in being a member of a FASPS Think Tank 20–21 team to contact that team’s leader(s) and let him / her / them know of your interest. Team members should be able to commit to at least one hour a week between now and the end of this school year. If you would like to participate but cannot commit to an active and sustained engagement over the next two months, please feel free to email team leaders your thoughts, questions, suggestions, and concerns. Click here to visit the MyFASPS Think Tank 20-21 Resource Board with further details. Thank you!

Business & Professional Directory

FASPS is compiling this Business & Professional Directory of our community members (parents, trustees, employees, alumni parents and students, and all their spouses and partners) so that we can continue our focus on and commitment to community in these challenging times. Inclusion in this directory is 100% voluntary. In addition to business and professional listings, community members who have home businesses or who would like to have just their names included are welcome to participate. If you would like to be included, please complete this form (click here). Thank you!

Bulletin Board

FASPS is posting offers of assistance (tutoring, childcare, French conversation) to our COVID-19 MyFASPS Resource Board, and we invite our community to email KyleL@FASPS.org if you would like to post an announcement or message to this bulletin board. Thank you!
Our Summer 2020 Programs Include:
  • Les Petites Sauterelles (Little Grasshoppers): On-campus program for campers 2½ years old and potty-trained through rising Kindergarten.
  • Les Navigateurs (Navigators): A dynamic, virutal program for campers entering grades 1–9 in the fall of 2020.
Visit FASPS.org/Summer2020 for Details & to Register
Located on Mercer Island just east of Seattle, the French American School of Puget Sound is a private, bilingual school for children age 2.5 (young pre-Kindergarten) to grade 8. Students benefit from a rigorous academic program, arts and technology curriculum, social and emotional learning, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.