A project that began in 2018 finally came to fruition this fall, and a community effort saw the arrival of six hens that will live on our campus as part of a learning model spanning both divisions.
A found fossil has a new home at Foote, thanks to fifth grader Gage.
This December, the annual 9th-grade play will be Eurydice, by Sarah Ruhl. As Ruhl explains, her play Eurydice approaches the classic Orpheus and Eurydice tale through the perspective of Eurydice as she travels through the underworld after dying on her wedding day.
Foote students discover themselves not only as scholars and thinkers, but as citizens and human beings.
Foote is a diverse community where students are taught to recognize and respect individual differences.
Our inquiry-based approach makes learning an active experience for students.
Service learning projects teach students to step beyond themselves and develop empathy and understanding.
Foote nurtures children's natural curiosity into a lifelong love of learning.
We teach students to view setbacks as speed bumps on the path to greater knowledge.