Principal's Report 11-22-21

News for the Fox Family

Happy Thanksgiving to Our Fox Families

Upcoming Thanksgiving Break

Monday, November 22nd and Tuesday, November 23rd are both full days of school.

Thanksgiving Break - NO SCHOOL

  • Wednesday, Nov. 24th
  • Thursday, Nov. 25th
  • Friday, Nov. 26th

Message from Mr. Bellomo

Fox Family,


In Positivity Project we have been focusing on Gratitude. At Fox, we are grateful for all of you. You truly make Fox the great place that it is. We are grateful to be able to work with your wonderful children each day. Wising you and yours a wonderful THANKSGIVING!

Special Thank You

Thank you to our Fox Families for the very generous donations to our school for the PTO Fox Turkey Trot. Your generosity is so greatly appreciated and means more than you know. We surpassed our goal more than we could have ever imagined! THANK YOU!

PTO Fox Turkey Trot

Thank you to our PTO and wonderful for your continued support of our school and Fox community. We know how hard you work for our students. THANK YOU!

More Information

Please read through our important Fox updates.

Thank you for choosing Fox and joining us on this wonderful journey with your child and family!

As always, we thank you so much for being a part of the Fox family!

Mr. Bellomo


2021 Fox Kdgr./2nd Gr. Thanksgiving Concert

Fox Substitute Teachers Needed

Fox Building Substitute Teachers Needed:

We are in desperate and critical need of a building substitute teacher or two to assist with relieving our Fox teachers from subbing on their much needed daily prep times. You primarily would work at Fox and the rate of pay is $130/day. Perhaps you only work 2-3 days per week, that's OK! If you're interested contact Mr. Bellomo. @ or 586-723-5602 (direct line). Qualifications are listed below...EDUStaff (employment company for Chippewa Valley substitute teachers) accepts the following educational documents:

  • Official Transcripts with a total of 60 credit hours and a minimum 2.0 GPA from regionally accredited colleges/universities
  • Temporary Teaching Authorization
  • Current Michigan Teaching Certificate
  • Expired Michigan Teaching Certificate
  • Out of State Teaching Certificate accompanied by an official undergraduate transcript from a two or four-year accredited college/university showing 60 credit hours and a minimum 2.0 GPA

Does your child want to play Chippewa Valley Youth Basketball?

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A Look Ahead

  • November 24th-26th- No School- Thanksgiving Break
  • December 3rd- End of 1st Trimester
  • December 8th- Report Cards go home
  • December 9th- PTO Meeting at 7PM- VIRTUAL- (CLICK FOR LINK)
  • December 22nd- PAWS and Christmas Sing-a-long
  • December 23-January 3rd- Christmas and New Year Break
  • January 4th- Students Return
  • March 16th- Spring Pictures
  • May 5th- Departing 5th grade photo at 2PM

Parking Lot

We usually send this message at multiple times throughout the year because it is so very important.

Driving in our Parking Lot

Please remember to drive with caution as you enter and exit our school parking lots. The traffic flow at all schools is slow and that is the safest for our kids.

We have many children and families crossing the streets from Camelot Village and our surrounding Fox Run neighborhoods. Please try not to be in a hurry when dropping off and picking up your children. We have noticed some drivers who have not been driving cautiously and we need to be safe with our children, families, and staff all around.

*You must slow down and drive with caution.


Please also remember to always use the crosswalks. It becomes unsafe when children and parents walk in and out of cars in the parking lots. The crosswalks are the safest areas to use when walking in the parking lots.

No Unattended Vehicles in the Drop Off Lanes

Please remember, there is no parking in the drop off lane, so please pull all the way up to the front of the drop off lane (by the front of the school), drop your child off (parents/drivers need stay in the car) and then you may keep moving.

If you arrive early and don't want to let your child out yet, please park in a parking spot in the parent lot until ready to drop off. Remember, all students need to use a cross walk with a crossing guard before and after school.

Respecting Crossing Guards and Student Safeties

Please respect the staff crossing guards and our young student crossing guards. There job is to keep everyone safe. At times they may ask you to follow certain rules you may not agree with. Please do not take it personal. They are doing their jobs. The goal is to keep you, your children, and everyone safe. Thank you for understanding.

Thank you for helping to keep everyone safe.

Giraffes Can't Dance

Character Education and The Positivity Project at Fox

Character education is a focus in our school. We have wonderful families and students and work hard to instill the value of character.

Through character education students can

  • acquire and apply knowledge and life skills to develop positive identities
  • become resilient and demonstrate perseverance
  • better manage emotions
  • achieve goals
  • feel and show empathy for others
  • establish and maintain supportive relationships
  • make responsible and caring decisions
  • learn to demonstrate leadership

When looking at the list above, it is easy to tell that each of these items are an important part of being a contributing member in our communities, having good character, and being a leader in any way that we can.

At Fox, one way we work to help teach and instill good character with our students is through using The Positivity Project. Our teachers use daily lessons focusing on character traits and work with our students to be an empathetic and caring community.

During the month of November we are focusing on the following character traits:





Character is a life skill. We don't have to agree with each other or have the same views, but we can always show good character and respect each other.

As I always say, grades are great, but your character and effort are much more important in life. As parents and teachers, we should applaud our children for their effort and character. Having the best grades won't make you a successful person. Being the best kid on your sport's team won't make you a successful adult. While these things are great, they aren't what's most important. Your work ethic, having a growth mindset, resiliency, and how you treat others means everything and will make all the difference now and later in life.

A team that works together will outperform a team of talented individuals all moving in a different direction.

What we believe at Fox


Our purpose at Fox is to connect our COMMUNITY, develop CHARACTER and maintain COMMITMENT to the growth of the whole child.


The Fox Family will be an environment and culture that nurtures relationships and community, teaches the importance of character, and demonstrates continuous growth in both teaching and learning.


Our Fox Family is committed to our community, teaching the value of character, fostering continuous student growth and the development of the whole child.

Core Values

Our Fox Family believes in the importance of an environment and culture that nurtures relationships and community, teaches the importance of character, and fosters continuous growth in both teaching and learning.

Attendance reminder

Don't forget to call in any absences for your child. Here is the number that you call for excused absences:

Attendance: (586) 723-5699

Christmas Assistance Program

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Just Around the Corner

• A maturation program to help answer questions that girls might have about their growing and changing bodies.

• The session will cover physical and emotional changes that occur in girls during puberty, including menstruation.

• A short video will be followed by a lively discussion session. Local school districts usually present a maturation/reproductive health program for elementary students during their regular class time.

This class is not intended to replace any current reproductive health programs, which may continue as always. The MISD is offering this class to those interested girls and their parent/guardian IN ADDITION to regular school programming. Open to any adult in the community and any 4th and 5th -grade girl in the community.



Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Thursday, January 20, 2022

Thursday, February 10, 2022

Thursday, March 17, 2022

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Thursday, May 5, 2022

Time: 6 – 7:00pm (log in at 5:45pm)

Register using the link in the flyer below:

Remind 101

Mr. Bellomo sends many important messages through email using School Messenger. He also communicates using Remind 101 text messaging. Many of our families already have Remind 101 messaging from last year.

If you are not currently signed up for Remind 101 messaging from Mr. Bellomo, please follow the directions below:

Text Message Instructions

Send a text to


Text this message


After following these directions you will be added to our Remind 101 messaging.

School Hours


  • Doors open at 8:24am
  • Class begins at 8:30am


  • The day ends at 3:14pm

Half Day Dismissal

  • 11:25am


  • SACC opens at 6:30am and closes at 6:00pm
  • Parents must re-register each year in order for children to use the SACC program: CLICK HERE

School Breakfast and Lunch

Chippewa Valley Schools is pleased to announce that our district will be participating in the Seamless Summer Option as part of the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program for the 2021-2022 school year. This means ALL students enrolled in Chippewa Valley Schools can receive 1 free daily breakfast and lunch at NO CHARGE for this school year.

Families who qualify for free/reduced lunch benefits are still being asked to submit a meal application. Please visit to complete the application before October 15, 2021. All information on the application is confidential. If you do not have access to fill out the application online, paper copies will be available in school offices. Should you need further assistance, please contact the Food & Nutrition Department at (586) 723-2110.


From our Transportation Department

Routing information will be available on 9/2/21 on the E-Link portal. Instructions to the portal are on the district website on the transportation page, as well as attached to this email.

Transportation routes and times will be available in the eLink system. Please visit

Please be aware that if your student is utilizing transportation this school year, per the CDC Guidelines and as outlined in the district email, masks must be worn while riding the bus. This means to and from school, as well as athletics and field trips, etc. If you do not have a mask, we will have some on the bus each day.

If you have any questions, please send us an email at, and be patient as we handle the questions. As the first day of school is around the corner, it is a very busy time for the transportation office. Please be mindful that our response time will be delayed.

eLink Instructions

Arrival and Dismissal Doors

**Students will be entering through the following designated doors upon arrival each morning unless they are enrolled in AM SACC.

**Students will dismiss from the following locations as well unless they are enrolled in SACC.

**Students arriving late or leaving with an early dismissal will use the main entrance.

**Please do not have students arrive too early because the doors do not open until 8:24AM and there is no supervision before that.


  • Buckley- classroom door #43
  • Harris- classroom door #44
  • Mlynarek- front of building side door #45

1st and 1-2 Blend

  • Conrad (1-2 Blend)- classroom door #5
  • Marola- classroom door #6
  • Sarvello- classroom door #4

2nd and 1-2 Blend

  • Braun- classroom door #10
  • Theeck- side entrance to cubby hall in parent lot (door #8)
  • Conrad (1-2 Blend)- classroom door #5

3rd grade

  • Bochenek- classroom door #21
  • May- use main entrance door #1 in front of building
  • Kahnt- classroom door #19

4th grade and 4-5 Blend

  • Nicholoy (4-5 Blend)- 4th grade hall entrance (west red wing door #14)
  • Noel- use main entrance door #1 in front of building
  • Skorupski- 4th grade hall entrance (west red wing door #14)

5th grade and 4-5 Blend

  • Fanelli- use door #15 (far west red wing door #15)
  • Alfonsi- use door #15 (far west red wing door #15)
  • Nicholoy (4-5 Blend)- 4th grade hall entrance (west red wing door #14)


  • ECSE- use classroom door #2
  • GSRP- use classroom door #46


Spread the Word to Register at Fox for School of Choice

Do you know a family who would like to be a part of our Fox Family? Let them know about our school and School of Choice options for K-5 families that are outside of our district.

Help us out with a share.

Masks and Vaccinations

The following information comes directly from the Chippewa Valley School district for all schools in the district to follow:

Mask policies for students and staff

Masks are optional for students and staff in our school offices and summer programs. This fall students will return to the classroom full-time and our plan is to offer an optional mask policy. However, we want to remind families that current guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommend that students over the age of two, especially those who are not fully vaccinated, consider wearing a mask indoors, including at school.

We ask everyone to respect each individual’s choice whether or not to wear a mask.

Masks will be mandatory on district transportation.
Per the CDC mandate, masks are mandatory for all school transportation.

Vaccinations & Testing

Chippewa Valley Schools will not separate students by vaccination status or mandate testing for students and staff. While individuals are not required to receive a COVID-19 vaccination, those who have been fully vaccinated may be exempt from quarantine requirements.

We encourage all families to talk to their healthcare providers about the vaccine and strongly support those that are eligible to consider getting vaccinated.

The health and well-being of our students, staff, and families will always be our top priority.

In our ongoing effort to prevent the spread of the virus in our school community, we will continue our established cleaning and sanitation protocols, social distancing wherever possible, and utilize hand sanitizer and frequent hand washing throughout the day. In addition, as a result of previous bond improvements, our schools are equipped with updated air handling units with filters that meet or exceed current CDC recommendations for ventilation and healthy air flow.

Because we recognize that transparent information on COVID-19 cases in our schools is important to our community, we will continue to provide a COVID-19 case report on our website.

We will continue to work with the professionals of the Macomb County Health Department (MCHD) and follow mandates to ensure the continued safety of our students, staff, and community. Our district nurses will work closely with the MCHD on appropriate quarantine procedures and guidelines. We will carefully monitor the virus in our school community and will take any necessary precautions needed to prevent community spread. We will communicate any changes with you.

1:1 Technology

1:1 technology for all students

Throughout the pandemic technology played an integral role in student learning. This school year CVS is excited to offer all K-12 students their own laptop device. Grade specific expectations will be provided as we get closer to the beginning of the school year. Our Technology Department has developed a new tech newsletter for parents and will provide parents with technology nights so families can become familiar with this new initiative.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Chippewa Valley Schools at 586-723-2240.


Yearbooks will arrive in September for those who ordered one this year. They will be delivered to Iroquois Middle School if your child is entering 6th grade.

Kindergarten Completion

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Parent Portal Update

Parents of children grades K-12 may access grades, attendance, lunch balance and school messenger settings. Students in grades 6-12 may also access grade and attendance information through their own portal account.

Updated Link

School Age Child Care (SACC)

SACC (School Age Child Care)

SACC at Fox isn't just a child care program before and after school, it is a really FUN program for kids. Whether it is before or after school, kids are able to play and socialize with friends in both a safe and clean environment. All Covid-19 restrictions and protocol are followed to keep kids healthy.

At SACC, kids can get homework help, socialize with other students, engage in fun crafts, play learning games, and get involved in many other fun activities.

For more information please contact our SACC room and speak with Mrs. Kohl: 586-723-5684

  • SACC runs Monday-Friday

SACC (School Age Child Care) Help Needed

Fox Families, it is exciting to know that our SACC program continues to grow. The students and families truly enjoy the program and what Mrs. Kohl has to offer our kids.

Please reach out to anyone you know who might be interested in joining our team as a SACC aide. We have AM and PM hours available.

Please refer potential candidates to our SACC line at 586-723-5684 for further details on how to apply.


District Calendar

CVS District Calendar

Face to Face Changes at Fox

Please see the precautionary steps we have taken to make our school safer for students and staff to return. You will also find scheduling information here as well.

Student Health Screener

Health Screener to be used by families to screen their child each day before sending students to school

Clinton Macomb Public Library


Chippewa Valley Schools has partnered with the Clinton-Macomb Public Library (CMPL) to offer students FREE virtual book checkouts through the CMPL online or the CMPL app for smartphones and tablets, regardless of residency.

Students just need their student ID number and PIN (typically this is the last 4-digits of the phone number of the parent who enrolled them in school).

Then, they can easily log into the Overdrive page or Hoopla page to access all eBooks and Audiobooks from their computer. There are also apps available which are viewable on a phone or tablet.

Trendy and timeless titles are available for checkout now!

This link will take you to a brief overview of how to use Overdrive:

CMPL website:

Half Day Schedule

11:25am Dismissal

  • September 7 – AM

  • October 20 – PM
  • October 21 – AM
  • October 22 – PM
  • October 29 – AM
  • February 18- PM
  • March 23 – AM
  • March 25 – PM
  • April 1- AM
  • June 14 – PM
  • June 15 – PM

Progress Reports and Report Cards

1st Semester: Ends January 28

First Trimester: Ends December 3

Second Trimester: Ends March 11

Third Trimester: Ends June 15

Progress Report Dates

  • Wednesday, October 20 and Thursday, October 21- Progress Reports distributed at conferences
  • Friday, January 21- Progress Reports sent home with students
  • Monday, May 2- Sent home with students as needed

Report Card Dates

  • Wednesday, December 8- Sent home with all students
  • Friday, March 18- Sent home with all students
  • Wednesday, June 15- Sent home with all students

Back to School Student Information Forms

Parents, please access either one of these links below to complete important student information for your child. This information includes the basic back to school emergency information and other important details regarding your child.

PLEASE COMPLETE THIS ASAP- Click one of the links below:

use this

or this:

Remote Learning Help

Helpful Tips on Schoology, Teams, and Remote Learning

Fox Building Schedule

Please open the Fox Building Schedule. Please know that we will use the Monday schedule for the first ten weeks for specials classes every day. Your child will have the same special for the first 10 weeks.

Virtual Learning Expectations and Habits

Helpful habits for a positive virtual learning experience.

Parent Portal

Parents of children grades K-12 may access grades, attendance, lunch balance and school messenger settings. Students in grades 6-12 may also access grade and attendance information through their own portal account.

Reading 101-A guide for Parents

This is a great resource for supporting your child’s reading and writing at home.

Please Connect With US

Connecting with us on Social Media

Now, more than ever, connecting with us on social media is so important. Each time important information is available I will be placing it on our Fox Facebook page, sending it out in a SMORE newsletter link like you are reading now, attaching it to REMIND 101 and also sending it electronically through school messenger.

The SMORE newsletter you are reading now will have the same link all year. You can save it to the homescreen of your phone or any device you use.

Follow us on Facebook at Fox Elementary School.

Our Facebook account is a great way to follow us! We post things daily!

Please sign up on Twitter and follow us.


It's quick and easy and a great way to see our daily story!

Fox on YouTube- Check out our videos!

Remind 101

Parents we have too many families to have only one Remind 101 group to send mass school messages so we had to split it up into five separate groups depending on your last name and if you are a new Fox family. If you would like Remind 101 updates from Mr. Bellomo, please follow the directions below. You only need to sign up one time in your specific group depending on your last name or if you are new.

You DO NOT need to re-sign up if you already signed up last school year.

Directions for NEW FAMILIES ONLY for Remind 101

  • All NEW FAMILIES that were not signed up last school year

Enter this Number (Send a Text to this number)


Text this message:


All families who were here last year please follow the directions below:

**Type the exact words you see in the text message area. Please don't be confused and type your last name because that wont work.

  • All families with last names beginning with letters A-G

Enter this Number (Send a Text to this number)


Text this message:


  • All families with last names beginning with letters H-M

Enter this Number (Send a Text to this number)


Text this message:


  • All families with last names beginning with letters N-T

Enter this Number (Send a Text to this number)


Text this message:


  • All families with last names beginning with letters U-Z

Enter this Number (Send a Text to this number)


Text this message:


Fox Den Library

Check out the Fox Den Library!

Fox Den Library- Wakelet and Books Suggestions

Check out this site for some book suggestions from Mrs. O'Bryan.


Joining a TEAMS Meeting (New directions and way to join)

TEAMS Sign-In Trouble

*Students must use their username to log in to TEAMS and NOT sign in as Guest. They are no longer to sign in without their Office 365 login.

*Please find the area at the bottom of the login area that says, Sign In For A Better Experience. Then use your 10 digit username followed by

Use this video

Laptop Camera Issues

Schoology Information

Accessing Schoology

(When Necessary)

· Students will log in to their Schoology account. Once your child accesses their Schoology account, your child’s teacher will have directions posted to guide your family through the process.

· To learn more about Schoology including how to access the site and review/learn Schoology basics, visit: Schoology Overview or click to watch the Schoology Video with directions on how to log in.

· To directly access your child’s Schoology account:

o Visit


o Login:

o Password: 78glh

Schoology Tech Tip

Your child has a ten digit username. Your child also has a password containing five characters.

  • First you will go to
  • Next you will be asked for an email: User your child's ten digit username followed by
  • Finally, it will ask you for a password.

Watch the quick video to see how to use your child’s ten digit username as the email needed followed by

Next, you enter your child’s password when you are prompted to.

If you have questions regarding Schoology, please email your child's teacher. You may also email CVS tech support at

Trouble logging into Schoology
Schoology- Remote Learning

Schoology directions in English. The use of Schoology for Remote Learning begins Wednesday, April 22nd.

Fox Family Learning and Links

This SMORE is a resource for Fox Families. It is meant to help parents and students alike. It is NOT meant to be used instead of the Chippewa Valley Learn at Home site. It is an extra. Some items may be the same.

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Connect With Us

Connecting with us on Social Media

Each day at Fox we share our story with you. Connect with us on various platforms so you can know about important updates and most importantly see some of the great things taking place every day.

Follow us on Facebook at Fox Elementary School.

Our Facebook account is a great way to follow us! We post things daily!

Please sign up on Twitter and follow us.


It's quick and easy and a great way to see our daily story!

Fox on YouTube- Check out our videos!

Chippewa Valley Coaltion for Youth and Families

The Chippewa Valley Coalition for Youth and Families is working to create materials and identify resources to address the needs of our families.

School Messenger- Please sign up

Fox Families, our school sends home emails and voice calls as needed to remind you of important updates. Please access the link below for directions on how to receive emails and phone calls from both Fox Elementary and Chippewa Valleys schools. It also provides info on Parent Portal in addition to School Messenger.

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The Superheroes of Fox

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Developing the Whole Child

At Fox, we recognize that it is important not only to support each child academically but to meet the needs of the “whole child.” Each child is valued as a unique learner with individual cognitive, physical, behavior and social emotional needs. It is our belief that the Fox staff members can best support the needs of each child by working in partnership with families and the community. We know that together we can help children achieve a higher level of excellence through greater motivation and engagement by meeting their basic needs: to be healthy, safe, engaged, supported and challenged.

One of the ways that we support the needs of the “whole child” is through our schoolwide Culture and Climate goal. A key component of this goal is our Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) system. Throughout the year all Fox students will be learning about ways to demonstrate positive behavior and character in our school. Each month our school holds a Fox PAWS assembly and all positive behaviors are celebrated along with various students receiving Growth Mindset and Character Matters awards.

Additionally, our school staff has been working hard to perform skits to model the Positivity Project character traits that we learn about in all classrooms each week. Click on the link below to learn more about the Positivity Project.


The Positivity Project focuses on Relationships.

From the Positivity Project:

Why Relationships?

The Positivity Project's mission is to empower America’s youth to build positive relationships.

"Why relationships? Because they are the cornerstone of health, happiness, and resilience…and (according to experts) many jobs of the future. That is why we developed a strategy that schools use to inspire positive relationships (student-to-student and student-to-teacher) and cultivate a school-wide #OtherPeopleMatter Mindset." ~Positivity Project

The Positivity Project at Fox is going wonderfully! I just love hearing the conversations and Positivity when I go into the classrooms. Our kids are truly wonderful and POSITIVE thigs are happening.

This year our students will be discussing character traits such as CURIOSITY, TEAMWORK, OPEN-MINDEDNESS, INTEGRITY, PERSPECTIVE, CREATIVITY, BRAVERY, COURAGE, CHARACTER, and GRATITUDE, Knowing Our Words and Actions Affect Others, Kindness, Humility, Self Control, Perseverance, Hope, Optimism, Prudence, Supporting Others When They Struggle, Love, Enthusiasm, Social Intelligence, Cheering Others' Success, the Love of Learning, Forgiveness, Humor, How Other People Matter, Beauty and Excellence, Purpose, Leadership, and more...…

Positivity Project-Character Traits

Check out our Fox made video on character traits!

PBS for Kids- Home Resource

PBS Kids- resource you can use at home with your children.

PARENT PORTAL- Accessing and Receiving Important Information Regarding Your Child

Parent Portal

Parents, please update your Parent Portal settings so that you can receive emails and text messages from School Messenger. Important info is frequently sent out on School Messenger and we do not have enough parents with an email address provided. Please us the links below for help in Parent Portal.

Follow Fox on Twitter and YouTube

Check out our Social Media Links below:

Twitter - (We do not use Twitter as much any more. Please follow us on FaceBook)


Fox Elementary School on Facebook


Our Fox website has tons of resources related to our school. Forget your math homework or book? No worries, check out the website to get your book or reosurces online.

Fox Elementary Newsletters

Our school newsletters are a great source of information. Look for them on a bi-monthly basis.

THANK YOU PARENTS and Fox Families FOR Supporting our School

Throughout the year our wonderful PTO organizes fundraisers that you as parents and Fox Family members contribute money towards to help support programs and purchases for our school. In the past, your money has supported Fox with basketball poles on our playground, various playground equipment, painted murals inside the school, computer programs for reading and math interventions for students, leveled library books, and many other items that directly benefit our school.

This year, your donations have continued to support our wonderful school. The PTO fundraisers and your contributions have allowed us to purchase the following:

  • Three new kindergarten playground swings
  • Chain link nets for our basketball poles
  • Watch DOG T-shirts for our positive male role models who are Watch DOGS at Fox
  • School wide grade level shirts for all kids to support our Culture and Climate Initiatives
  • Music Program- Quavers online music program for all grades

Fox PTO Meetings

Our Fox PTO meeting schedule is below.


Resources for Fox Families

Chippewa Valley Coalition for Youth and Families

The Chippewa Valley Coalition for Youth and Families joins School, Family, and Community in a partnership to prevent and reduce youth substance use and its negative consequences. Additional parenting info is also available on this district site.

Criminal record Check Information and Forms

Volunteer Criminal Record Check (CRC)- New Yearly procedure: Parents/relatives/friends intending on volunteering in the classroom or on field trips for the current school year, are required to complete a CRC form. Click here to access the form.

Lunch Info

Click here to check out nutritional information and school lunch menus

Lunch Payments

Please know that we do not use PaySchools Central for putting money into lunch accounts. If you would like to put money into your child's lunch account, please send cash or check to the office or you can go submit payment online. Click this link.

Pay Schools Central

PaySchools Central allows parents to pay for school fees online. PaySchools will be used for items that are over $4.00 that need to be purchased for students. Examples include field trip costs, t-shirts and other items to purchase.

Pay Schools Online Payment

Chippewa Valley Schools has adopted PaySchools Central as an online payment resource for the parents in our district. Our goal in utilizing PaySchools Central is to become “cash free” in our schools by April 2019. Use Google Chrome

School Age Child Care (SACC)

You can register and access more information about SACC by clicking here. *Please note that your child must be pre-registered before using the SACC program. Please notice the new registration fee as well.


Additionally, here are some resources you can use to get to know our school.

Follow us on Facebook: Click Here

Follow us on TWITTER @ @foxelemCVS

Follow us on YOUTUBE @

Here is a link to our Weekly Principal’s Update:

Our Fox Website:

Here is our Remind 101: text the number: 81010 and type in the message: @foxfamily2

How about Chippewa Valley Youth Wrestling?