NASA Explorer School- Fox Meadow Middle School is proud to be a NASA Explorer School. We are the only school in Colorado to receive this honor. In conjunction with the Space Foundation, Fox Meadow offers this program as an after-school club to correlate with the 8th grade science curriculum to better prepare our students for their high school education as well as their continuing education. This club meets bi-monthly. The NASA Club will include experiments, evening activities with guest speakers and field trips.
College Preparatory Programs- partnerships with University of Colorado, Colorado Springs; Colorado College; Peak Education Program to encourage post-secondary planning
Graphic Arts & Technology Program- teaches students the professional suite of design programs: Adobe Creative Suite, Dreamweaver, Flash. Students participate in the creation of magazine covers, school posters, newsletters, and the school yearbook.
Diagnostic Reading Intervention- A reading coach diagnoses struggling readers and specific needs and concerns. Students are placed in classes that fit their specific needs.
Gifted & Talented Program- Program geared toward students with high potential, talent and capability. This program will deliver an advanced curriculum that will explore more advanced topics and allow students to develop projects at a higher level. Extra enrichment specifically targeted for these identified students will also be offered outside of school. In addition to differentiated instruction received to support students in their core classes, students will be pulled during the day to have the specialized curriculum delivered to them. Students are identified using referrals, testing, behavioral checklists, and/or advocacy forms.
Awards for Academic Achievement- FMMS awards students for their outstanding achievement, attendance and leadership. Every nine weeks, the students gather for an honors assembly to celebrate the students' successes.
BRIDGE Program- The BRIDGE Project Counselors have established a district wide process for helping students, grades 6-12, and their parents/guardians by facilitating self exploration, goal-setting, course work planning, and extra curricular involvement with the aim of creating and maintaining individual career and/or college plans.