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Gala-Goers Treated to Moroccan Evening
Friday, April 21, 2017
Over two hundred FAIS community members gathered at the Sentinel Hotel on Saturday, April 8 to celebrate together and support the School's academic programs.

Goldfish Sitter Needed
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
We are a French family who will spend this Summer in France. We have a small friend at home, a really quiet goldfish called "Oregon." It will need a new home for two months, from June 26th to August 20th. Duties include taking care of the water (cycle), cleaning the fish tank, and feeding it of course. Even though it's not complicated, we would prefer someone who has managed to keep their pet fish alive. You would keep the fish at your place and enjoy friendship with "Oregon!" For more information, contact : crueff@yahoo.fr . Thank you!

Run For the Arts
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
This week, students will bring home their Run for the Arts sponsor forms and may begin collecting pledges for the Run, which will be held on the morning of Thursday, May 11. Proceeds from the Run provide workshops, artist and musician visits, and other extra arts programming through the non-profit organization Young Audiences. There will be two prizes per division, one for most laps run and one for most sponsors signed up. Forms are due on May 3, but payment isn't due until after the Run. Volunteers are needed! Please email Diana Fundak at dsfundak@yahoo.com to learn about available volunteer roles and times, and to sign up.

At Your Best: How to Work to Your Potential in School and Still Have a Fun Life!
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Two-Day Student Success Workshop for Sixth Graders, April 26-27, 10 am-1pm, with Academic and Personal Success Coach Laura Conklin During this two-day workshop of self-discovery, goal setting, and gathering of helpful study skills and strategies, you will learn to approach your school work—and life!--in a whole new way! Together we will explore new approaches to handling your daily homework and activities; weekly class planning; test prep; managing long-term projects; class participation; reading and writing assignments; organization; computer use; communication with your teachers and parents; down time; and life balance.

April is Earth Month! Did you know that FAIS is an Eco School?
Friday, March 31, 2017
The Eco Action Team is proud to announce that FAIS is an EcoSchool, sponsored by the National Wildlife Federation. As an Eco School, the French American International School strives to: Ensure young people have power to be the change for sustainability that our world needs by engaging them in fun, action-orientated and socially responsible learning. We follow EcoSchool Seven Steps framework to empower our students to lead processes and actions wherever they can. We work on one of the Pathways to Sustainability themes at a time, meanwhile setting the stage to work on more sustainability themes. We have completed the Biodiversity & Nature pathway and are currently working on Schoolyard Habitat and Consumption & Waste. By raising and releasing rainbow trout fry, we completed the requirements for the Biodiversity and Nature pathway and earned a Bronze Level award. To see our current progress and goals see the FAIS Eco School Homepage. To support the sustainability eco-actions of FAIS, you can join the Eco Action Team, attend weekend action parties (April 8, 8:30-10:30 and our Earth Day SOLVE IT Event on April 22, from 9 to 11), volunteer for class actions, or become a forest fairy; contact science teacher Beth Clifton

At Your Best: How to Work to Your Potential in School and Still Have a Fun Life!
Monday, March 20, 2017
Two-Day Student Success Workshop for Sixth Graders, April 26-27, 10 am-1pm, with Academic and Personal Success Coach Laura Conklin During this two-day workshop of self-discovery, goal setting, and gathering of helpful study skills and strategies, you will learn to approach your school work—and life!--in a whole new way! Together we will explore new approaches to handling your daily homework and activities; weekly class planning; test prep; managing long-term projects; class participation; reading and writing assignments; organization; computer use; communication with your teachers and parents; down time; and life balance. We will do some fun, creative activities during the two days together, including some role play, drawing, writing, and group discussions. By the end of the workshop, you will be all set to finish out your sixth grade year on a high note! -Submitted by FAIS Parent Delia Grenville: degrenvi@msn.com

It's Philanthropy in Action Month!
Friday, March 10, 2017
Over the past almost 40 years, our school has only grown and flourished because of the generosity of our community. To honor our donors past and present, March has been named FAIS Philanthropy in Action month. Each La Gazette will feature a family whose generosity to the School has made a difference in our programs, in our classrooms, and on our campus. This week, we feature the Bates-Armstrong family and Gala Auction. FAIS Family: James Armstrong and Suzy Bates and their daughters Dulany, class of '16 and Bailey, in 6th grade. Years at the School? 10 Gala Auctions attended? 10 Happiest memory from Gala? "Going home with our child's class project AND spending time with our friends at a fab party! And it is a lovely opportunity to support OUR school! FAIS offers all of our children such great learning opportunities; they truly leave the school as such amazing well rounded, globally thoughtful, insightful souls. Why we support the School philanthropically: By supporting FAIS, we take responsibility for our children's futures, support the School's mission, and make a difference that provides immediate impact for our community.

Spring PM Classes
Tuesday, February 07, 2017
Spring PM Classes started last week, but it's still not too late to sign up! Want to try out a class before committing? We have a number of classes starting this week that students are welcome to come and try for free. If your child would like to participate please have your child go to FASCA after school. Extracurricular staff will escort them to their desired class. For grades PS-1 we ask that you please RSVP by emailing lbirshan@faispdx.org as space is limited. ​NEW! Chess: Grades K-5 on Wednesdays ​NEW! The New Home Ec: Grades 2-5 on Thursday Basketball: Grades 3-4 on Wednesdays Creativity Beyond Imagination: Grades PS-K on Friday Soccer: K-1 on Friday Wizard School: Grades 1-3 on Friday Fencing: Grades 3-8 on Friday Volleyball: Grades 4-6 on Friday Speech and Debate: Grades 6-8 on Friday Don't forget to return signed waivers to the front desk or electronically to lbirshan@faispdx.org

2017 FAIS Gala Auction to Have International Theme
Friday, February 03, 2017
A glamorous, gilded, and across-the-globe evening is in your future: look for your Save the Date postcard in mailboxes and mark your calendars for April 8! Our annual Gala Auction is not just a chance to party with friends, it's also one of the School's most important fundraisers; all funds raised enhance our classrooms, programs, and campus. How can you help, you might ask? Here's the short list:

The New Home Ec: Grades 2-5
Thursday, February 02, 2017 - Thursday, May 25, 2017
3:45 PM to 4:45 PM
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Cook it and Take it Home: Grades 1-5
Wednesday, February 01, 2017 - Wednesday, May 24, 2017
3:45 PM to 4:45 PM
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Spring PM Classes
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Spring PM Classes have officially started this week, but it's still not too late to sign up! Register now. A few changes to PM Classes... NEW! Chess: Grades K-5 on Thursday (will start February 9th) NEW! The New Home Ec: Grades 2-5 on Thursday Wizard School on Friday is now open to grades 1-3 Ballet on Monday is now open to grades K-1 Ballet on Thursday is now open to grades PS-PK. Don't forget to return signed waivers to the front desk or electronically to lbirshan@faispdx.org

New PM Classes
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
NEW class: Thursdays, Home Economics: Grades 3-5 - In today's world of DIY and gender equality, Home Economics, or more modernly know as Family and Consumer Sciences, is making its comeback! And now it's for girls AND boys! Learn the essential and nearly forgotten skills of cooking, sewing, shop, finances, nutrition, household management, cleaning, and maintenance in a safe and inclusive environment. Our Friday Wizard School class taught by the Northwest Children's Theater is now open to 1st graders

Preview Spring PM Classes
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Looking for something fun for your student to do after school? Spring PM Classes start January 30, and it's not too late to sign up. The first week of PM Classes are open for one trial period before signing up, except those that are full or nearly full. For grades PS-1st we ask that you please email lbirshan@faispdx.org to reserve a spot for the day--spaces are limited. (All students should report to FASCA and will be escorted to the PM Class of their choice by the extracurricular staff). PM Classes not available for a free trial include:


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