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Interviews

In this week's interview, we talk with Chalres Sisson, FASPS's Middle School Spanish teacher. To read previous interviews, visit FASPS's blog at Blog.FASPS.org.
  • Kyle: Tell us how long you’ve been at FASPS and what you teach here.
  • Charles: I’ve been at FASPS since before I had any gray in my beard, and, if I’m not mistaken, that was 10 years ago, at the start of the Middle School.
  • Kyle: What were you doing beforehand?
  • Charles: Before teaching at FASPS, I was teaching in a magnet school in Pinellas County, Florida, which itself was a change of scenery from six years in Paris.
  • Kyle: Earlier you mentioned you had lived in Denver.
  • Charles: Yes, I grew up in Denver, and I finished my college degree there. After I came back from Chile, I taught in Denver public schools as they needed Spanish speakers.
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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.