Art teacher Jennifer Youngblood instructs first graders in making paper collages inspired by Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky.
Sixth graders work in pairs while reviewing famous landmarks in Angela Ginnella's French class.
Tim Blauvelt explains the principle of Occam’s Razor (“The simplest answer is usually the best”) in seventh grade science class.
A second grader matches rhythm and melody to a song using a SMART Board in Tina Cunningham's music class.
After an exciting week hosting Yali visitors, ninth graders discuss the differences and similarities they observed during the visit with China Program coordinator Deb Riding.
Foote parent and Yale Law School professor John Witt talks with seventh graders about the perspective of Native Americans during the founding of America.
As part of their study of early Connecticut and archeology, third graders mapped an archeological “dig” on Foote’s Lower School field.
Kindergartners take turns conquering the “spider’s web” on the playground during recess.
Seventh and eighth graders rehearse a scene for this year's drama production, George Washington Slept Here, which plays December 6-9.
Foote's field hockey plays Hamden Hall on Rike Field.