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Read Across America Week
March 01, 2019
Students and staff celebrated literacy this week by answering Dr. Seuss-themed trivia, welcoming guest readers into their classrooms, and dressing as their favorite Dr. Seuss characters.
100 Days of School
February 15, 2019
Students and staff dressed up to look 100 years old, donned shirts covered with 100 objects, and participated in a variety of cross-curricular activities as they celebrated 100 days of learning.
Valentine's Day at Fox Mill
February 15, 2019
A variety of activities took place at Fox Mill in celebration of Valentine's Day. Students exchanged valentines with classmates and teachers, played fun and educational games, made arts and crafts, and of course, indulged in sweet treats. Enjoy some highlights of the festivities.
Japanese New Year
January 25, 2019
Throughout January, all students in first through sixth grade at Fox Mill enjoyed a variety of traditional Japanese games, art, and foods in celebration of the lunar new year, the Year of the Boar. According to fourth grade teacher, Otsuka Sensei, fifteen volunteers contributed their gift of time to make this happen. Some of the highlights of the celebration included a "Japan in a Suitcase" program presented by the Japan America Society of Washington D.C., Japanese games like Kendama, Origami, Fukuwarai, Daruma-Otoshi, and a mochi tasting.
Hour of Code
December 06, 2018
Students and staff participated in Hour of Code from December 3 through December 7.
Students & Staff Give Thanks
November 19, 2018
From enjoying a special lunch in the cafeteria, to creating fall-themed artwork and crafts, students and staff at Fox Mill express gratitude and enjoy the season.
Veteran's Day at Fox Mill
November 13, 2018
Students and staff paid homage to those in our community who have served, and are currently serving in the U.S. military on Veteran's Day
November 02, 2018
Fox Mill students made and enjoyed onigiri, a Japanese rice treat, in observance of World Food Day and in participation with Table for Two, a non-profit which will provide five healthy meals to children in need for each photo of onigiri shared.