Small but Mighty

The wise Yoda once said, "Size matters not." On May 3, at the second annual FIFA Night hosted by the high school's student government, this adage proved true on the digital soccer field.

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Reading Rally

Students in all three kindergarten classes recently read books in French and in English, allowing them to make connections between the literature of both languages.

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Keeping It Simple

In science, third graders recently studied simple machines. As the culminating activity for this unit, each student constructed a model of a labor-saving device featuring two or more simple machines.

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Happy Coding!
It's Computer Science Education Week. To mark the occasion, students in kindergarten through grade 9 participated in an Hour of Code and other coding activities. 
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Celebrating Aileen
Last week, parents, faculty, and staff gathered to wish a fond farewell to Aileen Jabart, assistant head of the Lower School, who will retire from FASNY later this month after 32 years of service to the school.
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Up to Code

Seventh graders in teacher Olivier Bedecarrax's class worked for several weeks on a coding project. Their assignment? Create and program a video game inspired by Breakout, the arcade classic from the 1970s.

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