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.
May 2022 Update: Our Green Committee is proud to announce that FASPS has been recognized as a Sustaining Green School by King County again this year — bravo! For the eighth year in a row, FASPS has been recognized as a King County Sustaining Green School. We can be proud of how our school has involved students and staff in sustaining and building on its conservation education and practices. Also recognized were our Middle School Green Club students and teachers (Amar Boumediene and Nicolas Untz) who received prizes from King County. Congratulations to Mael Michel, Maéva Tisoni, Ayaan Bali, and Marcello Ayaji, and thank you so much to our amazing Green Committee members this year: Amar Boumediene, Annette Hynes, Béatrice Coppens, Bertrand Jaget, Caroline Bell, Cécile Chapel, Damien Majorczyk, David Gaignard, Elisabeth Marcenac, Jacqueline Funfschilling, Julia Pass Lochave, Laurence Tanen, Nichole Snyder, and Zahra Kebritchi. Great job, everyone!