Eighth graders use an iPad to film a U.S. Postal Service "commercial" as part of a newscast project for history class.
Fourth graders play a trivia game based on U.S. geography between classes.
Ethan Schoenherr, technology teacher/integrator, instructs Kindergartners on how to program a Spehro robot to navigate a track using an iPad.
After reading about the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., third graders illustrate and write reflections on memorable scenes.
Middle schoolers pick up lunches in the Twichell Room, part of a new pilot program that offers students and faculty a variety of nutritious, made-to-order meals from local restaurants two days per week.
Kindergarten teacher Alexandra Wittner watches as a student sleds on the Lower School recess field.
Eighth graders start off French class with a chance to earn bonus points by showing mastery of the previously taught lesson—in this case, pronouns.
Teresa Younger, President and CEO of the Ms. Foundation for Women, visited Foote on Thursday to speak with students in Grades 7, 8, and 9, as well as faculty and parents, about her organization's work promoting gender equity and social justice.
As part of a visual literacy project that explored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s identity, first graders created hands with words they chose from their study.
Tina Cunningham leads third graders in a partner dance.
Third graders in Karla Matheny's art class finish their ceramic wall pockets by applying a final layer of clear glaze.