Last week, one of our prekindergarten classes took a field trip to see the Oregon Children’s Theater production of “Dragons Love Tacos."
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Students in Mrs. Sinclair’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Design class are doing university-level work with digital map making software.
Ready. Set. Spell! This year’s FAIS Spelling Bee featured 16 contestants, 54 words, and 12 rounds — capped off by a 3-round, head-to-head duel.
Sixth graders in our immersion tracks (French, German, Mandarin, and Spanish) recently reflected on their own language learning, and on how communities of various backgrounds can be brought together by languages.
FAIS alumnus Louis Wheatley (‘06) graduated magna cum laude from Dartmouth College to go on and work for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization.
Thank you to the more than 250 members of our community who gathered on campus Saturday, January 11th for the 2nd Annual FAIS Family Game Night, hosted by the PLC’s Fun Committee!
On Jan. 21, we had our first student-led, all-school assembly of the year, organized by students in Ms. Clifton’s 8th grade design class
Over the weekend and while FAIS was closed this past Monday in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., many of our staff members took part in local volunteer opportunities and educational workshops to continue his legacy of social justice.
FAIS held our 3rd-5th grade Oregon Battle of the Books (OBOB) battles this week in the Commons. We had 33 students participate, with teams reading 16 books and answering book-based trivia questions in a round-robin style tournament.
International Track 8th graders have spent many of the past weeks preparing for the culmination of their unit on Law and Argument: a moot court presentation.
Thank you to Rainbow Dance Company for sharing the gift of dance and music with our students in not one, but two performances -- first for Maternelle students, then for middle schoolers!
We’re excited to welcome Shawna Foster as our new Director of Development! Shawna officially joined us on Monday, January 13th, and returns to Oregon after 15 years in Los Angeles.
Your children’s safety is my number one priority each and every day.
Earlier this week, we were proud to continue a 15-year partnership with our neighbors at Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue Station 60 of collecting donations for the KGW Great Toy Drive!
It’s always great to see members of the FAIS family on campus, especially when alumni come back to visit!