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1 The After-School Activities are Ready to Set Sail! The Voyage Program has returned to Foxview along with Intramurals (see below for intramural details). Voyage is a cooperative effort between Foxview and the YMCA and is intended to give students an opportunity to participate in an array of before and after school activities. Foxview teachers and staff create unique classes that express their interests and generously offer their expertise to our students! Please encourage your child to look over the Voyage catalog and participate in an activity that may interest them. All details, including the start date for each class, as well as other needed information is attached. The full meeting schedule will be given to students at their first meeting and will also be posted on the Foxview Events Calendar for your reference. If you have any questions regarding Voyage registration, please contact Mr. Bradford. If you have questions regarding a specific course please contact the teacher(s) listed below. Attendance Regular attendance is expected from students that register to participate in Voyage. If a student must miss a class, they must inform their instructor during the school day that they will not be attending Voyage on that day. Students that miss habitually may be dropped from the program. Transportation Please arrange transportation for your child so they are picked up promptly following Voyage. Registration Procedures Please complete the online registration form. Registration is to take place no later than Friday, September 14th. We will be able to place students in one to two of the three choices they request depending on the number of students who sign up. Classes are given on a first come first serve basis until full. Late registrations cannot be guaranteed.

2 Voyage Activities A-OK Squad (Acts of Kindness) with Mrs. DeLeeuw 3:00-4:00 Tuesdays starting October 16th Location: Foxview Computer Literacy Room (C200) Every small interaction with someone is an opportunity to have a positive impact on both of your lives! This ripple effect can change the world! Performing acts of kindness makes you an example of what is possible. Please consider joining us in an effort to spread kindness throughout Foxview and our De Pere community! Max #: 40 Students (20-5th grade; 20-6th grade) If you are interested in joining our squad, please print this application, fill it out, and return it to Mrs. DeLeeuw at Foxview by Friday, September 21st. Students must apply to be considered for this group! It will not be a choice on the form. Art Club with Mrs. Polson & Ms. Smith :00-4:00 Thursday s starting October 4th Location: Foxview Art Room (A200) Two Thursdays a month, have fun with other students who like art. We will make art for ourselves and for others. We ll try different ideas with pencil, paint, papers and 3D materials (maybe even clay). Learn some new techniques and just how much you can really do! Max #: 24 Students Baker s Dozen with Mrs. Kindschuh & Mrs. Kerlinske :00-4:00 Monday s starting October 8th Location: FCS Room (A100) Two Monday s per month Session I Oct. 8 - Jan 7. Session II Jan 14-April 8. Do you like to bake? If so, come and join the Baker's Dozen baking club! Each session, we will bake a recipe from scratch--from cupcakes to cookies to breads and frostings. I will welcome family recipes and we will take turns using those recipes throughout the year. Come join the fun! Max #: 12 Students Cribbage with Mr. Van Rens & Mr. Valentine :00-4:00 Thursday s starting October 18th Location: B210 Cribbage is a mathematical card game that is very fun! We will do some days of practice and then get into competition. A champion will be crowned and their name will be put on Mr. VanRens cribbage plaque displayed in his classroom. Max #: 24 Students

3 Dance & Cheer Club with Mrs. Ambrosius :00-3:45 Tuesday s starting October 16th Location: FCS Room (A100) This club allows students to learn a full cheer and dance routine as well as some fun cheers! Students will have the chance to perform their routines for their peers and parents. It is a great way to meet other students and make new friends! This club runs all the way through the end of the school year. Foxview Eco Club with Mrs. Neerdaels, Mrs. Alworden & Miss Denamur :00-4:00 Thursday s starting September 20th Location: B109 Eco club is a volunteer club that meets to learn, plan and carry-out eco friendly service projects at and around Foxview. It is open to 5th and 6th grade students at Foxview. It is an activity for students interested in being a helping Foxview and its surrounding community be a better place. Some activities include, but are not limited to: Fox River Trail Clean-up, interschool P.S.A's to educate the students and staff about important Eco Projects at Foxview, Compost making, Gardening, Poster Making, "Green" Baking, and Planning Earth Week at Foxview every Spring. Max #: No Max Fun Fitness Fridays with Mr. Boileau & Mrs. Halloran :15-7:45 A.M. Friday s starting October 5th Location: FXV Gym Students can come in the gym have the opportunity to start the first Friday of each month off by making healthy choices to be active in the gym during the months of October through March. Students will have several different options to choose from in the gym. Some examples of activities in the gym are: basketball, climbing the rock wall, playing catch with friends, walking, running, etc. Fun Fitness Fridays will not be in session during late starts. Max #: No Max 5th Grade G.E.M.S. : Girls in Engineering, Math and Science with Mrs. Pufall & Mrs. Alworden---- 3:00-4:00 Thursdays starting October 4th Location: B100 Once per month. G.E.M.S. is offered to fifth grade girls at Foxview Intermediate School who want to use their problem solving skills in creative ways. Girls will explore engineering, math, and science topics through hands-on activities, and they will be invited to participate in the Science Fair at Shopko Hall in February. Max #: 30 5th grade girls 6th Grade G.E.M.S. : Girls in Engineering, Math and Science with Mrs. Pufall & Mrs. Alworden---- 3:00-4:00 Thursdays starting October 18th Location: B100 Once per month. G.E.M.S. is offered to sixth grade girls at Foxview Intermediate School who want to use their problem solving skills in creative ways. Girls will explore engineering, math, and science topics through hands-on activities, and they will be invited to participate in the Science Fair at Shopko Hall in

4 February. Max #: 30 6th grade girls Lego Club with Miss Ruedinger :00-4:00 Tuesdays starting October 2nd Location: C202 Please come join me two Tuesdays a month for Lego Club! We will be putting our creative minds to use by building a variety of structures based on weekly themes. Students will have the opportunity to work individually, in small groups, and even as a whole class to build these impressive creations! I will provide Legos, but students are also welcome to bring their own to build with. Hope to see you there! Math Club with Mrs. Lukas, Mr. Van Rens & Mr. Hendricks :00-4:00 Tuesday s starting October 2nd Location: A109 Math Club is an opportunity for you to stretch your math mind. Within the club, students will practice solving challenging questions, work together with their peers, and participate in math contests (Math Olympiad, Wisconsin Math League, and Mathcounts). Students will also create a short video for the Mathcounts Video Challenge. There may be opportunities to tie in computer programming to mathematics as well. Join the Math Club for some fun adventures in math! Studio Makers with Mr. Gauthier :00-4:00 Mondays starting October 8th Location: FXV LMC Get your creativity flowing! This activity will be all about creating things using whatever we have available - whether that be cardboard, circuits, or even computer code. Join this class to experience what our Makerspace has to offer, learn what makes our space a "Makerspace", challenge yourself to learn something new, and most importantly, have fun making! Max #: 15 Tech Time with Mrs. DeLeeuw :00-4:00 Thursdays starting April 4th Location: C200 (FXV Computer Literacy Room) Join Mrs. DeLeeuw & other students who enjoy having some extra tech time! Students will discover new, exciting tech tools and enjoy learning with Mrs. DeLeeuw and each other along the way. If you want to share your discoveries and creations with the class, we d be happy to allow some time. Our casual atmosphere will allow for kids to focus on their individual preferences as well (coding, keyboarding, design work, etc.). Max #: 25 Students

5 Intramurals Schedule Are you interested in taking part in our upcoming intramural sessions? Intramurals are organized, recreational sports activities. These activities will allow you to play various sports games in a positive, friendly environment with grade-level peers! We will be hosting intramurals at Foxview from October 15th through March 21st on Mondays (6th grade) & Thursdays (5th grade) from 3-4pm in the gym. Each session will be limited to 25 students per grade level. Students may sign up for 3 intramural activities ONLY! These offerings will also be included as a separate section in the form referenced above. If you have questions regarding intramurals, please contact Mrs. DeLeeuw Activity Volleyball Kickball Archery Basketball Flag Football Team Handball Soccer Dates October 15th - November 1st November 5th - November 15th November 26th - December 20th January 7th - January 24th January 28th - February 14th February 18th - March 7th March 11th - March 21st

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