Fox Hill School is proud to announce we will be hosting our very first Family Geography Night on Thursday, April 12th from 6:30-8:00 pm at Fox Hill Elementary School. We invite students and their families to join us for an evening of educational global exploration featuring a variety of interactive, hands-on activities and games.
Upon entry to this exciting event, students and their families will receive a special passport which they can fill by exploring our “continent stations.” Our stations will offer geography and mapping games and story telling, mystery pictures from around the world, the chance to “fly” using Google Earth, geography iPad activities, a playdoh continent formation station, the chance to “walk the world” on a giant National Geographic world map (please be prepared to take off shoes and wear socks), and much, much more! Families will be able to capture their experience at Geography night with a custom photo in front of the Learning Commons green screen and children will leave with a geography-themed prize. So save the date, April 12th from 6:30 to 8:00 for the Fox Hill Family Geography Night. Please return the RSVP flyer that was sent home with your child by April 9th if you plan to attend this event, or you can submit your RSVP digitally by completing this Google Form.
The Family Geography Night planning committee; Elementary Social Studies Coach Katie Bercury, third grade teachers Karen Saia, Heather Lisano, Elana Snyder, second grade teacher Michelle Tigges, Librarian/Media Specialist Patrick Murphy, and Technology Integration Specialist Jenn Scheffer look forward to seeing Fox Hill students and their families on Thursday, April 12th from 6:30-8:00 pm for a night full of discovery, exploration, imagination, and fun!