Fox Chase Elementary is proud to offer many extra-curricular activities for students. Below you will find a general description of each activity, staff sponsors for the activity and a registration sheet if available (please note each activity will have a sign-up deadline on the sheet).
After School SportsIntramural after school sports are offered to fourth and fifth grade students who would like to get involved in team sports, develop their skills, learn basic offensive and defensive strategy, in a competitive, but fun environment. After school sports offered in the 2015-16 school year include: 1st Quarter - boys' kickball (Mr. Anderson) and girls' kickball (Ms. Strzempa) 2nd Quarter - boys' 4-square (Mr. Anderson) and girls' volleyball (Mrs. Schmit) 3rd Quarter - boys' floor hockey (Mrs. Schmit, Girls' indoor soccer (Mr. Nichols) 4th Quarter - boys' bastketball (Mr. Anderson) and girls' softball (Ms Strzempa). Sign-up sheets are available for interested students each quarter. Cost per sport is $5 to participate.Honor Choir (Mr. Kowalski)
Safety Patrol (Mrs. Budd)The Fox Chase safety patrol consists of fifth grade students who volunteer to help get students to and from school safely. Safety patrol students get to school early to help students walk across streets and get off of their buses safely, and they stay after school to help get students back on buses. Sign-up sheets are available to interested students each quarter. Students will receive safety vests to use for the quarter and should be returned to the office at the end of their quarter. Students will not be required to do safety patrol duty outdoors when the weather is inclement or temperatures are below 10F with the wind chill.
Yearbook Club (Mrs. Pec and Mrs. Perschbacher)Yearbook club is offered to students in 5th grade who are interested in photography, writing and page design. Sign-up forms will be available to interested students and may require a sample page/writing sample for consideration. Yearbook Club meets on Tuesdays monthly from October until early spring when the yearbook is completed. Students may also be involved in taking photos of school events during the school day.
Service Learning Club (Mrs. Poss, Mrs. Meier, Ms. Dwyer)The Service Learning Club is comprised of interested students in grades 3-5 who would like to make a difference in our community. Students will participate in service projects and take field trips to help local organizations. Possible activities include helping the food pantry and collecting items for other charitable agencies. Sign-up sheets are available for interested students.
Young Rembrandts® Art ClassesDrawing is the fundamental skill of the visual arts that can - and should - be learned by all children. Young Rembrandts® teaches drawing skills while developing visual learning skills. Their unique and proven method was developed by an artist and educator. For over 20 years they have delivered a top quality classroom experience that is fun, engaging, educational and affordable. Young Rembrandts meet on Tuesdays. There are five sessions of Young Rembrandts during the school year each lasting 4-5 weeks. Sign-up sheets go home with students in Thursday folders. All grade levels may participate in the Young Rembrandts program. For more information about Young Rembrandts please click here.