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FAQs about 1, 2, 3 Soleil!
Thursday, March 17, 2005

Eighth Graders Leave for Europe
Thursday, April 14, 2005
It is sometimes difficult, being so isolated from the rest of the world, for American students of foreign languages to fully realize that there are whole nations that speak, sing and broadcast in nothing but this other language.

News from the Library/ Nouvelles de la bibliothèque
Thursday, April 14, 2005

Update Your Parent Directory
Thursday, April 14, 2005

Award-Winning Columnist, Actress, Joins FAIS Board of Directors
Thursday, April 28, 2005
Margie Boulé is an award-winning journalist whose thrice weekly column has appeared in The Oregonian since 1987. She is a former TV news anchor and producer and a talented and prolific actress, with leading roles in more than fifty plays, operas, and operettas to her credit.

Cloth Bags Needed for Book Totes!
Thursday, April 28, 2005
We urgently need to build up a supply of cloth bags measuring approximately 14” by 14”, with 9” handles (or thereabouts). The books are used by children to transport their cherished books to and from the Library and home.

Address Updates
Thursday, May 26, 2005
New Home Address

Deborah Williams and Jean-Luc Laminette
1455 Officers Row
Vancouver WA 98661
Tel (360) 699-9214

New Home Address

Barry Parshall
12607 NW Forest Spring Ln.
Portland, OR 97229
Home (cell): (503) 318-9657

New Home Telephone Number

Mireille Nett
(503) 526-9301


Board Commits to “Project Getting-To-Know-You!”
Thursday, May 26, 2005
The FAIS Board of Trustees, in recognition of the importance of integrating all families into the FAIS parent body, has committed to a new initiative to be known as “Project Getting-To-Know-You!” The Project, according to Board Chair Suzanne Lassen, will involve two separate aspects of outreach.

Fifth Graders Graduate this Friday
Thursday, June 09, 2005
Congratulations to the 5th Grade Class of 2005, all of whom are set to graduate from FAS the afternoon of Friday, June 10. This phenomenal group of 36 students has achieved much in their time at FAIS and will soon be off to new adventures. Their diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds include students of Chinese, Czech, French, Iranian, Japanese, Lebanese, Mexican, Spanish, and American heritage. 34 will continue on to attend the Gilkey International Middle School next year, with eight students ready to begin learning German and 26 ready for Spanish. The two students not returning will attend SUMMA in the Beaverton School District and East Sylvan (former home of FAS) in the Portland School District, respectively.

Heartfelt thanks go to all the teachers and staff who have worked with our children over the years; you have done an outstanding job! Thank you also to all parents, teachers, and staff who have put together th


News from the Library:
Thursday, June 09, 2005
All Books Due for Annual Inventory
Another year is wrapping up and it is now time to get all those items turned in! The Library will close this Friday for the summer and all books, videos, and magazines are due back. We will be starting inventory on Monday, June 13.

Consider Foster Parenting or Adoption
Thursday, June 23, 2005
REACH is a project that a group of foster youth and foster parent, Mary Earl, have formed to try to recruit foster homes for adolescents. Many children in the Portland area have, through no fault of their own, been removed from families that neglect them or are unable to provide good parenting. If you are interested in learning more about foster parenting, please contact Larry Dalton at Larry.D.Dalton@state.or.us.

Fifth Graders Enjoy la Vie Parisienne
Thursday, June 23, 2005

“Hi Mom and Dad. I’m in France right now...you should see it here, it’s amazing!!!! Just wanted to say hi, see you in two weeks, bye. PS: Its soooo much fun!! Soooo exciting!”


Staff and Faculty Changes, Summer 2005, FAS Teaching Assignments
Thursday, June 23, 2005

With regret for the staff and faculty leaving and excitement for new arrivals, here is a summary of the changes taking place at FAIS this coming school year.


Celebrate the Earth with No Waste Lunches!
Thursday, September 08, 2005
It has been estimated that on average a single school-age child generates 67 pounds of lunch waste per school year.


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