Our recital was on Thursday, May 7th, (S.T.E.A.M. Day at FSAPS) at 7 PM in the school cafeteria! During the recital students in the Private Music Lesson Program shared their music with the families and friends of Fulton Science Academy Private School. Please see some pictures here:
FSAPS STUDENTS AND FACULTY PREPARED A FLASH MOB FOR PRINCIPAL SENER ON HIS BIRTHDAY
This is what happens when you have wonderful students and teachers. This Tuesday, May 5th was my birthday and I was called to the main hallway at the end of the morning announcements. I went there not knowing what to expect. It was a big surprise. It’s amazing to me that all of the students, faculty, and even my own children kept this a secret right up until it actually happened. I must revisit the confidence I usually feel that I always know what is going on at our school. Haha! This is a birthday I will treasure for the rest of my life. I am very happy to be part of Fulton Science Academy. You made my day. THANK YOU!
THE EPIC FSAPS YARD SALE WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!
CONGRATULATIONS TO FSAPS MATH TEAM!
The FSA Math team continues its trend of competing and bringing home awards at every level! This past weekend, FSA Math Team competed @ the 6th Annual Cheetah Cup Math Competition, a Math Competition for 4th, 5th and 6th Graders at Creek View Elementary School in Alpharetta, GA. Our 6th grade team received 3rd place @ the 6th Annual Cheetah Cup Math Competition on April 25th among 40 teams participated! Congratulations to our students & FSA Math Teachers! We are proud of them! Keep up the good work!!
SPACE CAMP TRIP REMINDERS MAY 8 – 10
Students going to Space Camp should arrive at FSA on May 8th at 7:00am. This will begin a fun filled weekend at Space Camp with friends.
Please see some helpful information here. Teacher chaperones will meet with attending students and provide detailed information before the trip as well.
Packing List: (suggested by space camp)
· Padlock for your locker
· Toiletries: soap, deodorant, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush
· Sleeping bag or twin size sheets, blanket and pillowcase (pillow provided)
· Towels and washcloths
· Appropriate clothing for changing weather conditions
· Shower shoes
· Change or $1 bills for vending machines
· Closed toed shoes (students will not be able to participate in some activities without closed toed shoes)
· Don’t forget your camera
(Any student who brings electronic devices does so at their own risk. Space Camp will not be responsible for lost or stolen items.)
Friday, May 8, 2015
7:30 AM Load motor coaches
8:00 AM Leave FSA
11:30 AM Arrival to Space Camp & eat lunch at Space Camp
12:30PM Check into the habitat at Space Program (Central Time Zone)
Attend briefing and move into the Habitat. (Bring sleeping bag or blanket, sheet and towels)
Begin program with counselors
Eat dinner at Space Camp (as well as all meals during stay)
9 PM Finish with Pathfinder Program for a good night’s sleep
Snacks can be eaten outside (Vending machines available)
Saturday, May 9, 2015
Eat breakfast with your Pathfinder Counselor
Pathfinder Program and meals throughout the day and evening
Sunday, May 10, 2015
11:00 AM Pathfinder Program is completed at 11:00 AM
Bring everything to motor coaches for loading
11:00 AM Load motor coaches
11:30 AM Eat lunch at Space Camp
12:15 PM Leave Huntsville (This is 1:15 PM Eastern time)
5:00 PM Approximate arrival at FSA
5:30 PM Enjoy a delicious dinner at FSA
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Campbell email@example.com
LAST ANIME CLUB LOCK-IN FOR THE YEAR WAS LOTS OF FUN!
On Friday, April 24th the FSAPS Anime Club had a Lock-In as an opportunity for students to collaborate with others who are fans of the Anime art form and interested in both traditional and pop Japanese culture. The Lock-In began at 4:30 pm with attendees watching some classic Hayao Miyazaki films and finishing up sushi and hibachi dinner orders. As the night went on, we created marbled paper using the Japanese paper marbling art form Suminagashi, cooked our own blueberry bubble tea, and participated in a marshmallow chopstick race for prizes!J The almost all night long event (students took a break in the wee hours of the morning to grab a quick nap) concluded with a breakfast of cheesy eggs, fruit, doughnuts, and Ramen noodles (yes, Ramen).
A big thank you to Mr. Seker and Mrs. Unal for helping this event run so smoothly.
A BIG THANK YOU GOES TO KINDERGARTEN PARENTS & MR. UDUK
The week started with two delicious luncheon this week. As part of monthly teacher appreciation luncheons kindergarten parents served us an amazing lunch this past Monday. I would say this was the for best luncheon we have had this year so far. We thank all kindergarten parents. Special thanks to two kindergarten parents ,Mrs. Nobile and Mrs. Galvis for coordinating the events and serving teachers whole day. THANK YOU!
THIS WEEK WE HOSTED CITY OF ALPHARETTA ADMINISTRATOR, ROBERT REGUS AS PART OF COLLEGE MENTORSHIP SPEKAER SERIES
1ST GRADE DONUTS WITH DAD EVENT WAS LOTS OF FUN!
On Wednesday, first grade held a celebratory breakfast for our awesome dads. It was a big hit! Students made gifts for their dads and created stories about what their dads would be like as superheroes. Students interviewed their dads and grandparents as they ate some yummy breakfast treats. It was such a joy to see our students spend time with their dads!
THE EPIC FSAPS YARD SALE!
BECAUSE YOUR FABULOUS KIDS HAVE BEEN WINNING THINGS AGAIN!
Your kids have worked hard, won victories, and opened doors! Let’s help them walk through!
We all want to help the kids attend the global finals that they won the opportunity for. The FSAPS yard sale will let you help the kids raise money while also getting rid of some items you no longer use. It’s a win/win.
And THIS YARD SALE IS GOING TO BE BIG! AND FUN! Imagine the whole FSAPS front lawn filled with appliances, grills, clothes, books, toys, and useful items. A beautiful sunny day, music playing, tasty concessions for sale, and tons of happy customers buying items that will provide them value.
There will be:
- Face painting!
- Grilled foods!
- Fun Activities!
- Just maybe, a certain staff member might take a cake in the face (can’t promise that just yet)
And all proceeds will be used to help the Destination Imagination kids go to global finals.
WIN DRESS DOWN DAYS FOR YOUR CHILDREN!!!
The first family to donate one of the following wins a dress down day:
- Power Tools
- Exercise Equipment
Also, any family who donates anything valued at $50 or more wins a dress down day!
(Note: to win the dress down day, please write your name on a label and attach it securely to the item so we know it’s yours, and then email Mrs. Flowers with your students’ names).
Saturday, May 9th, 8am-4pm
The FSAPS Front Lawn
How can you help?
- Donate items you no longer use. Items can be brought to school anytime. We have a place to store them. Just stop by the front office.
- If you need help moving large items, let Mrs. Flowers know (email below), and we’ll try to arrange it.
- If you need to deliver items over a weekend, please let Mrs. Flowers know.
- Donate items for concessions. Please coordinate with Mrs. Flowers.
- Help work the yard sale. Please coordinate with Mrs. Flowers.