Congratulations to 8th grader, Elaine Wen. Elaine has done it again!! She won 1st place in the 2015 State Spanish Poster Contest. Her poster was selected as the best Spanish Language representation picture in the State of Georgia. Way to go!
FSAPS 8th grader, Chloe Richardson earned a perfect score on her individual event (IE) during the Junior Thespian Festival in Nashville, TN. Not only was she invited to perform her IE on the main stage during the convention, but she is also invited to attend the High School Level Thespian Conference in Lincoln, Nebraska and perform in the National Individual Events Showcase! Congratulations, Chloe on your spectacular achievement!
Once again, FSA Math Team shined like a star @ the GCTM’s 15th Annual Middle School Math Competition on Saturday April 18th in Centerville, GA. Our team received 2nd place as a team out of 17 teams participated from all over GA. All FSA Math Team members placed among top 10 students and received an individual trophy as the recognition of their spectacular performance at this math competition. Individual placements are as follows:
Mira Mutnick – 3rd place
Charlie Furniss – 4th place
Karuna Kumar – 6th place
Katherine Li – 8th place
At the end of the competition, during Fright’ning Light’ning fun & challenging round members of each team answered oral relay questions at the stage. FSA Math team won 1st place as a team @ the Fright’ning Light’ning fun & challenging round among 17 school participated and won a big bag of candy!!
Congratulations to FSA Math Team!! Way to go!
Dear Student, Faculty and Parents,
Please be reminded that all FSA families are invited to the end of year family picnics at the following dates for each grade:
May 11 – 7th and 8th Grade Family Picnic at 6:00PM
May 12 – 6th Grade Family Picnic at 6:00PM
May 13 – 2nd Grade thru 5th Grade Family Picnic at 6:00PM
May 15 – Pre-K thru 1st Grade Family Picnic at 6:00PM
The picnic will be at the Istanbul Cultural Center Complex at 591 North Main Street, Alpharetta. We will have the picnic rain or shine since Istanbul Center has a big closed placed reserved for our picnic as well.
Our teachers will prepare barbecue chicken, hot dogs, veggie options and salad.
We kindly ask parents to bring the following according to their last names:
A to K – Drinks
L to Z – Deserts and Fruits
We will have fun activities as well.
Families with children in multiple grades may join all the picnics their children are in.
This will be a wonderful event for our students, faculty and parents to enjoy together.
Please bring the whole family!
FSAPS students, teachers and parents enjoyed another wonderful Turkey Trip this spring break. Our group visited Istanbul, Izmir (Aegean Coast) and Antalya (Mediterranean Coast). Next year, beside the Turkey Trip, we will also offer a Costa Trip to our families. Please see some pictures from this year’s trip here:
This past week Earth Balloon was at our school. Students visited the Earth Balloon and it was AWESOME! We were able to sit together inside a giant balloon of the Earth and discuss the different parts of the Earth including: continents, oceans, landforms… Students had some great questions while we were discussing. It was a fun adventure! A BIG THANK YOU goes to one of our wonderful parents, Mrs. Debra Mutsch and Mrs. Kate Webster for arranging and coordinating Earth Balloon for our students.
FSAPS students had an amazing ITBS/SAT camp this weekend. A total of 21 students attended this great cabin camp in Helen, Georgia. During the camp students worked on five different practice tests in detail. Students had lots of time to discuss questions and learn more during the camp. Students had lots of fun as well. Other than the games in the cabin, they also enjoyed the nature and city Helen tour. We thank FSAPS teachers for organizing this wonderful camp for our students.
Mrs. Whitlock’s first graders just finished exploring motion. We learned that a force affects how something moves, using either a push or pull. We explored forces such as gravity and magnetism. We also got to experiment with different kinds of pushes and pulls. One of our favorite experiments was using rubber bands to launch toy race cars.
Last week, Pre-K and kindergarten students were able to explore magnets. We discussed how magnets attract metal objects, and we discussed how magnets can attract or repel objects. Students were able to explore magnets first hand, and had a great time doing it! They were able to see how a magnet can attract an object without actually touching it first.
FSAPS mothers enjoyed the final Mothers Night Out for the 2014-15 school year. It was a fun evening celebrating Indian culture. Mothers wore beautiful sarees, chose lovely bindis, ate delicious food, danced, got henna designs painted on their hands and danced even more! But most importantly, they made new friends! Mother Night Outs will continue at our new campus next year.