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Parent’s Day – Preschool & Middle School

We love opening our campus to invite our parent community in our classrooms! We are in the midst of our Parent Day celebrations; beginning with preschool. Students prepared special projects and introduced their classmates to their parents. Teachers opened their classrooms to share what a day in the life of students’ look like.   In […]

Green Thumb Gathering

Our Green Thumb Gathering event was a success! Everyone in attendance spent their Saturday morning digging in the dirt and planting beds of flowers and plants to make the landscape of our campus as beautiful Throughout the week, invitations were sent out to parents to attend our Saturday Green Thumb Gathering event to spruce up […]

Faculty Feature: Guillaume Sanchez

Meet 3rd grade French Teacher, Guillaume, who joined SDFAS along with his wife at the start of the school year. With 17 years of teaching experience, Guillaume creates a positive classroom environment that encourages students to express themselves with ease, and freely bounce off each other’s ideas during class discussions and collaborative work. To cultivate a […]

Faculty Feature: Claire Selva

Second-grade teacher, Claire Selva, joined SDFAS in 2013 as a creativity visionary who welcomes spontaneity in the classroom. Claire has actively developed and spearheaded SDFAS’s numerous musical performances throughout the years while teaching year-round.  Growing up in Ardèche, France, Claire’s passion for music is rooted in her childhood years spent playing the flute and participating […]

Faculty Feature: Sylvia Aka

After weeks of featuring our Kindergarten and 1st grade teachers, we’re shifting our focus to our 2nd grade classrooms to close out the year. Sylvia Aka’s been a part of SDFAS for the past 5 years, and comes with an extensive background in physical education. She’s been an educator for two decades, and her love for […]

Faculty Feature: Pauline Dubeaux

Pauline Dubeaux is one of our 1st grade teachers who boasts in creating a structured classroom environment for her students and strives to treat each one of them as her own.  At a young age, Pauline met a teacher who changed her life and inspired her to become an educator. She obtained her BA in […]

Faculty Feature: Sarah Le Boyer

We’re a few weeks away from wrapping up the school year, and have a few more teachers to feature before rounding out our final term. Today’s Teacher Feature highlights our kind and energetic 1st grade English Teacher, Sarah Le Boyer, whose bright smile instantly lights up the classroom! Her fresh and unique approach to teaching […]

Faculty Feature: Elisabeth Perdereau

Celebrations for Teacher Appreciation week are in full swing at SDFAS, and our campus isbuzzing with excitement. As our week continues, we’d like to dedicate this Tuesday to focus the spotlight on one of our exceptional 1st grade teachers, Elisabeth Perdereau, whose calm, tenacious demeanor makes her classroom a perfect learning oasis for her students. […]

Faculty Feature: Layla Gibson

We’re here to welcome the first week of May to a brand new Faculty Feature! Meet one of our teacher assistants, Layla Gibson, who joined SDFAS in December 2022. Laylaadministers classroom support to ensure a cohesive, successful and nurturing environment. Working with 2 classrooms equips Layla with an excellent versatility, an astute mind, and a […]

Faculty Feature: Camille Plantier

Meet Camille Plantier, one of our young, gracious, and easygoing Kindergarten teachers. Her passion for teaching began at an early age from play-dates with her teddy bears in a makeshift classroom where she played teacher and taught lessons. Prior to pursuing teaching, Camille received her undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology with a minor in Education […]