Auction Items Now Online
Want a sneak peek at some of the items that will be up for bid at the Annual Fundraising Auction on April 26? They are now viewable on the auction website. Also just announced: the emcee and auctioneer for "LOL: Laughs on Loomis" will be WTNH personality Erik Dobratz, sportscaster and husband of Foote teacher Denise Quinn.
Ninth Grade China Trip
Ninth graders spent two weeks in China and Hong Kong over March break, learning first-hand about Chinese culture and reconnecting with friends from Yali Middle School. Read about the experience on the 2014 China blog.
For Valentine's Day, MAG Students Collect Gift Cards for the Homeless
Mixed Age Group students marked Valentine's Day by collecting and donating gift cards to Columbus House, so homeless guests can get a bite (and get warm) when the shelter is closed. MAG classes collected 204 gift cards, and Columbus House responded with a grateful thank-you letter to Foote. Click here to read more.
Spring Auction Will Feature Foote's First-Ever Comedy Night
The theme of Foote's annual spring fundraising auction (April 26) will be "LOL: Laughs on Loomis," a highly entertaining evening of live comedy, good cheer, great food and drink and, of course, lots of great items to bid on. Click here to buy tickets, click here to sign up to volunteer or click here to donate to the auction.
Foote Students' Movie Selected for Film Festival
A movie made by three fifth graders will be screened at the 90-Second Newbery Film Festival in New York City in March. Click here to read more and to watch the video.
MOSAIC Talk Explores World-Changing Events in India and Pakistan
A significant chapter of world history came alive when two members of the Foote community told the story of how India and Pakistan split in 1947. The talk was presented by Foote's diversity organization MOSAIC (Multicultural, Open-Minded, Supportive, Accepting, Inclusive Community). Click here to read more.
From the Eye of An Architectural Photographer
Accomplished photographer Chuck Choi stopped by Foote this past spring and captured the activity around the Jonathan Milikowsky Science and Technology Building. Click here to view his photos and read his impressions of Foote.