The education and fun for Fox Mill students doesn’t end at the end of the school day. The PTA’s After School Activities Team plans clubs, classes, and other activities for students after school and in the evening.


Fall After School Programs


FMES Basketball Program

October 19–December 7
K-3: Thursdays 6:00–6:50pm - CLASS IS FULL
4-6: Thursdays 7:00–8:00pm

This weekly program runs for one hour each Thursday from October 19 - December 7 in the Fox Mill Gym. Participants need not have prior basketball experience but experienced players are welcome. This program is about getting exercise, learning basic fundamentals, and having some fun!  Space is limited and usually fills up quickly. Program graduates include Jerry Sichting, Kurt Rambis, and Shawn Bradley. Questions? Contact Mike Harloff at mpharloff@gmail.comProgram is free and registration is through Pay 4 School Stuff.

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October 16–January 22
Mondays 3:30–4:30
Grades 2–6

This 10 week program is designed for 2nd through 6th graders (any level of experience from inexperienced through advanced) and will be taught by an instructor from Snow's Chess Academy. Program Fee is $90 and registration is through Pay 4 School Stuff.



October 4–December 6
Wednesdays 3:30–4:30
Grades 1–6

Japanese chess, or shogi, is one of Japan's most popular board games. Shogi is the only variation of chess in which each player may drop captured pieces on the board as one's own.  This unique rule gives the game greater complexity and depth than Western chess, allowing for very exciting and dynamic gameplay.  While shogi has long been considered a game for adults, shogi is increasingly used in Japan and China to train children to improve their concentration and thinking skills. Program Fee is $35 and registration is through Pay 4 School Stuff.


MATH OLympiad Team

October 3–March 13
Tuesday Evenings 6:30–7:30
Grades 4–6

Attention, problem solvers! Registration for the 2017-2018 Math Olympiad team will be open until November 12. The team is for up to 30 students in 4th, 5th, and 6th grade. Meetings are on Tuesday evenings (6:30-7:30 pm), October 3 to March 13. There will be five monthly contests (Nov.-Mar.) held during meetings. All materials will be provided. The program fee is $35 and registration is through Pay 4 School Stuff.

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Lego Club

October 18–November 15
Wednesdays 3:30–4:45
Grades K–2

This 5 week program will unleash your childs lego creativity! Children will have access to all the legos they want, they'll develop social skills and become a master builder. Program Fee is $35 and registration is through Pay 4 School Stuff.

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Little Scholars | World of Wizards

October 11–December 6
Wednesdays 3:30–4:30
Grades 3–6

Calling all wizard fans! This is like no other class you have ever experienced. We will take a magical journey into the world of wizards. We will design trading cards, make a personal crest, create a treasure hunt, have a Triwizard tournament, and participate in activities that will astound all Muggles. Program Fee is $103.

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Overtime Athletics

September 25–November 27
Mondays 3:35–4:35
Grades K–6

This 10 week program features different sports throughout the session. Participants will practice skills and play games in both traditional sports and playground favorites. Features Basketball, Soccer, Flag Football, Kickball, Capture the Flag, Wiffle Ball, Bump and Bite, Knights and Dragons, Numbers Game, Tag Games, Safe Base and more! OTA emphasizes playing, teamwork, sportsmanship, and fitness. Every child gets a Participation Medal! Program Fee is $90.


Girls on the Run

September 25–December 10
Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:35–4:50
Grades 3–6

This 10 week Youth Development Program teaches girls to be strong, healthy and confident. We cover topics like positive thinking, standing up to peer pressure, positive body image and healthy relationships. There will be a celebratory 5k to end the season. Program Fee is $175, various discounts and financial assistance are available.



October 2–December 4 (No Classes on Oct 9 & Nov 6)
Mondays 3:35–4:35
Grades K–5

This 10 week Program combines two of our most popular classes for the ultimate dance fitness party! This high-energy work out for both boys and girls is specifically designed for children, using kid-friendly songs, games, and choreography. Program Fee is $101.


Stem Excel | Introduction to Computer Science & Coding

October 3–November 28 (No class Nov. 7)
Tuesdays 3:45–4:35
Grades 1–4

This 8 week program teaches programming logic without the requirement of learning a new language, making it the perfect foundation for any other computer science or technology subject. Students start with hands-on activities that help them learn vital concepts in a tangible way, then use our easy drag-and-drop interface to put their new knowledge into play, to create programs, solve problems and even make games.   With the help of our experienced instructors, students will learn   functions, variables, conditionals and more in a fun environment.   Students will leave the course with their final project, and a strong base for future technological learning. Program Fee is $130.


Stem Excel | WEB DESIGN

October 5–November 30 (No class Nov. 23)
Thursdays 3:45–4:35
Grades 3–6

This 8 week program teaches the art and design side of web development. Students learn about user experience, use of type and color, art placement and usage, text and graphics effects, interface design and utilizing negative space. By the end of the program, each student will design a beautiful and impressive website of their own. Program Fee is $130.


Art club

October 4–November 8
Wednesdays 3:30–4:45
Grades 4–6

This 6 week program covers a variety of art techniques. Each child will build self-confidence, problem solving skills and the ability to create one-of-a-kind art pieces that are as unique as they are. Each student is encouraged to be creative, experiment and to push the limits of their imagination in this open studio environment. Questions? Contact Toni Welles.  Program Fee is $85.