Activities and Enrichment Programs

    ​​​Extracurricular activities and enrichment programs are generally offered by Foothill staff or parent volunteers. Programs that require a fee are noted. The following are examples of activities that are typically offered; availability in a given year often depends upon the enthusiasm of parent volunteers.​


    Garde​n ​t​o Table Prog​ram

    This program is managed in partnership with the Growe Foundation which is a local non-profit organization that educates children about healthy eating and environmental sustainability through school and community programs. The Growe Foundation organizes Garden to Table programs in the Boulder Valley School District. Our Foothill Garden to Table program is in it's second full season and we are excited about our newly built outdoor classroom. Visit the Growe Foundation website to learn more. 

    Jump​ Start Your​ Day 

    A free before-school rope-skipping and general fitness program open to all Foothill students in grades 1-5. Typically the program is held on Monday and Wednesday mornings from 7:40 a.m. - 8:15 a.m. in both the late fall and early spring. Students must have a signed parent permission form and wear tennis shoes and appropriate clothing. It is not required that students attend all classes to be part of the program. Contact the Foothill P.E. teacher for more information.


    St​udent ​Gove​​rnment

    Two representatives and an alternate are selected from each Foothill 3rd, 4th and 5th grade class to address school-related issues.

    Fo​othill Community Foxes

    PTO volunteers organize opportunities for students from grades 1-5 to participate in community service projects. Students meet at Foothill on Thursdays during their lunch hour.


    Spelling​​ B​ee

    Fourth and fifth grade students are eligible to participate in the Spelling Bee. The Bee is held in February/March in cooperation with Daily Camera. This event is run by PTO volunteers. 


    Lifel​​ong ​Learning Classes

    BVSD Lifelong Learning Program offers over 200 classes and workshops designed to give children and adults the opportunity to learn from others in the community throughout the year. New classes start every week and are held in schools throughout Boulder County. Register early because classes fill up quickly. Visit the Lifelong Learning website​. (fee)​​​​​​

     

     

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