The French American School of Princeton (FASP) was founded by Corinne Güngör and Anne Carcagno in 2000. As an educator and a mother to four trilingual sons, Güngör knew the benefits of bilingualism and the tremendous impact on a child’s learning. Upon opening the doors to only five students at its start, Corinne Güngör grew FASP into a multicultural, tight-knit, and thriving school community. In addition to founding FASP, Güngör served as the Head of School until July 2021, when she retired. Willy and Beth have regularly exchanged their experience with Corinne for 15 years. They have invited Corinne to visit the school and meet the FASTB community. We are planning a special Café et Conversation with Corinne Güngör on Tuesday, February 1st at 8:30 am to talk about the network of the French American International Schools in America and the rapid development of FASTB.