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Thanks to Fox, the PTA, and many dedicated volunteers, there are several enrichment opportunities for Fox Students. These are only a handful of examples... If you have a great idea or unique talent, share it, and get something new started. 

Math Club & Tournament

The Fox Math Club is an enrichment program designed to foster student's interest in math. Children practice skills learned in class with online quizzes either on their own or with their parents helping them through the process. The club is a great way for students to develop intuitive thinking skills and learn math while having fun.

Contact: Raj Valame 

Eligibility: Fox Students, Grades 1 to 5

Meets: Online starting October, Final Tournament in May on Fox Campus.

Dues: $40/Child. Covers 25 online practice quizzes as well as tournament participation.

More info at www.sanskarfoundation.org


Students can showcase their talents and spirit by participating in this exciting annual talent show.

Look out for more information in early spring.

Eligibility: Fox Students Grades 1-5

  • Kindergarteners may participate in the group act.
  • Grades 1-5 can perform in chorus and large group acts.
  • Grades 4-5 can also be MCs or participate in solo or small group acts.

Contacts: Andrea Ganim 

Running Club

Come out and join the running fun. Students tally laps on their running card each day; awards are given for every 5 miles (20 laps) logged. Just show up in the morning near Room 10, near the swings, if interested. Parents are welcome to run with their child(ren)!


Contact: Sijen Olthof Volunteers needed to help tally!
Eligibility: All Fox Students
Times:  Tuesday and Friday 8-8:25am. 


Chess Club

The Fox School Chess Club continues scholastic chess under the sponsorship of Advantage Chess. The class usually has ½ hour of instruction and ½ of chess playing. Also, there will be a class tournament during each session and a school championship at the end of the school year. All participants will receive either a trophy or a prize. Every effort is made to accommodate students at their current skill level. 


When: Mondays


Time: 2:40 - 3:30 for grades 1 - 3  (students may petition to participate in upper grade class based on chess skill level).  Class meets in the library


3:30 - 4:30 for grades 4 - 5.  Class meets in Room 18.  Students who are accepted in Coach Kevin's advanced class must join the United States Chess Federation so that they can play rated tournament games.


Dates: 17 classes (1/4, 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, 2/22, 2/29, 3/7, 3/21, 3/28, 4/11, 4/18, 4/25, 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 6/6) There will not be classes on half days or holidays 


Registration: Parents are requested to register on line at www.advantagechess.com  There is also a service fee by the registration service.  


Partial scholarships available!     Scholarships can be awarded based on financial need. Please contact Coach Dennis at advantagechess@gmail.com. for more info.


About the Instructors:


Dennis Myers has taught chess for 16 years. He achieved the title of Expert for his tournament chess play by the United States Chess Federation. He also has programs at Cipriani, Nesbit, Baywood, College Park, and Brewer Island.


Kevin Gong has been the volunteer advanced chess instructor at Fox for the past three years.  Besides having a full-time job and busy family life, he is a major promoter of youth chess on the Peninsula.  He conducts free chess tournaments at the Belmont Library as well as chess classes.  Additionally, he operates the free-of-charge Peninsula Chess League where local schools compete against each other.