FASPS Is a Proud Sustaining Green School
FASPS's Green Team, with the help of all of our students, faculty, staff, and parents, began its work toward becoming a Green School in September 2011. In May 2012, FASPS became a Level 1 School, which focused on waste reduction and recycling. Level 2 was obtained in May 2013 and helped FASPS conserve energy in a variety of ways. FASPS was awarded Level 3 status in May 2014, which focused on water conservation and pollution prevention. And finally, FASPS achieved Level 4 status in May 2015, becoming a Sustaining Green School.
June 2020 Update: Congratulations to our Green Committee (Cécile Chapel, Cécile Donati, Cécile Joubert, Béatrice Coppens, Ren Keller, Marie Robin, Damien Majorczyk, Zahra Kebritchi, Julia Pass Lochave, Victoria Paolacci-Mellor, Marion Bouscarle, Alexandre Balet, and Lia Corrado) and to our entire FASPS community for being recognized as a Sustaining Green School for the 2019–2020 school year (King County Green Schools Program). Great job, everyone!