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March 2017

There is now a Parent-Faculty-Staff pick-up basketball on Tuesday evenings! Come occasionally or every week, whatever works with your schedule. All skill levels are welcome to join in the fun!
The American Library of Paris is delighted to welcome back the celebrated San Francisco theater company that puts great American short stories on stage - Word for Word. Returning to Paris for the 22nd year, this time at ASP in the PAC!
This concert is a celebration of song from three ASP divisions. This year students are aiming to trace the power of song' featuring choral and solo repertoire from areas where vocal music has had a real impact on humanity through the ages.
The tombola (850 tickets sold), and sales of approximately 100 crepes (thank you, Mr Heussaff!) raised approximately 4,400 euros in all which enable a gift of a soccer/ basketball ground for the school our US Kalahari Club supports in the Kalahari desert.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015-16 Retrospective Special Edition of "Community Corner" 

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