5th Grade Track Results

Brookside Elementary News - Fri, 04/28/2017 - 10:56am
Attributions: Ms. Bird
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Boys 100 Meter
1st Place - Ammon Anderson
4th Place - Easton Barrett

Boys 200 Meter
1st Place - Ammon Anderson
5th Place - Bennett Averett

Boys 400 Meter
2nd Place - Bennett Averett
4th Place - Mason DeLlamas

Boys Softball Throw
1st Place - Easton Barrett
2nd Place - Bennett Averett

Boys Long Jump
2nd Place - Warrick Small
3rd Place - Ammon Anderson
​                   Dylan Keith Girls 100 Meter
1st Place - Kaila Finlayson
4th Place - Ellie Grover
5th Place - Ella Welsch
6th Place - Wendy T.

Girls 200 Meter
2nd Place - Ellie Grover
4th Place - Ella Welsch
5th Place - Wendy T.

Girls 800 Meter
3rd Place - Kaila Finalyson

Girls Long Jump
3rd Place - Ella Welsch

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Praise Notes 4-28-2017

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Fri, 04/28/2017 - 9:57am
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Every Friday, "Praise Notes" are read during morning announcements. These students are called to the office and get thier picture taken. Students can earn a "Praise Note" by being caught doing kind things throughout the school and classrooms.

Praise Notes 4-28-2017

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Fri, 04/28/2017 - 9:56am
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Every Friday, "Praise Notes" are read during morning announcements. These students are called to the office and get thier picture taken. Students can earn a "Praise Note" by being caught doing kind things throughout the school and classrooms.

April Super Learners of the Month

Mt Loafer Elementary News - Fri, 04/28/2017 - 9:27am
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Congratulations to the following students selected as April's Super Learners of the Month! These Students were chosen because of their excellent academic and citizenship performance in our ten Focused Learning Skill areas. We appreciate each of you demonstrating your super powers at Mt. Loafer. 

Kindergarten: Taylor Curtis, Dayde Elton, Kenadi Cook, Ty Earl, Tyler Curtis, Travis Earl

First Grade: Megan Cox, Quincy Mortensen, Reagan Horn, Ady Ray, McCoy Houghton, Aydree Weight

Second Grade: Luke Jensen, Karlie Rudd, Keylee Cloward, Violet Thomas

Third Grade: Eli Yarrington, Haygen Steele, Allie Porter, Brooklyn Nordstrom, Charlie Moody, Ryan Call

Fourth Grade: Leah Miller, Tate Allred, Kaden Chaffee, Samuel Levie, Aleeya Mickelson, Talmage Wallace

Fifth Grade: Addison Curtis, Sophie Griffiths, Aiden Haskell

Sixth Grade: Lilly Stratton, Maisy Wright, Ruthie Devenport, Abby Haskell, Tucker Mason, Sareya Mickelson,     Taylen Haveron, Brenna Mayfield

Award Names and Descriptions: 

Bold Batman: Ask questions & problems solves in correct ways

Hardworking Hawkeye: Comes to school regularly with an "I Can" attitude

Helpful Hulk: Helps and supports others & their learning in the correct ways

Ideal Ironman: Sets solid goals, can talk about his/her own learning and how they reach their goals. Seeks and gives good feedback

Successful Superman: Has stamina & learns from his/her mistakes

Thinking Thor: Thinks critically & assesses his/her own learning 

 

Categories: Elementary, Salem

A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned

Salem Elementary News - Fri, 04/28/2017 - 9:23am
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Andrew Adams, from Zion's Bank, taught kindergarten students about safe places to save money. The students really enjoyed the lesson and the piggy bank

Categories: Elementary, Salem

Trip to the Pond

Salem Elementary News - Fri, 04/28/2017 - 9:20am
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Kindergarten has been learning about pond habitat and the life cycle of frogs. They ended the unit with a walking field trip to Salem Pond.

Categories: Elementary, Salem

Final Orchestra Concert - Monday, May 1st 9:15am

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Fri, 04/28/2017 - 8:29am
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Our final orchestra concert will be held on Monday, May 1st, 2017 at 9:15am. This will be held in the Sierra Bonita Elementary Auditorium.

Here is the schedule for that morning:

*Students arrive by 7:45am for tuning on stage.

*Rehearsal from 8am to 9am

*Break and be back on stage at 9:10am

*Wear white tops and dark bottoms.

*District instruments will be returned after the concert.

*You may donate the Measures of Success book if you don't plan to use it anymore.

*The black folder needs to be turned in as well. 

It has been a pleasure teaching orchestra this year! Thank you for your support!

Mrs. Schramm

801-229-1981 (please text) or mschramm9@gmail.com

Mrs. Christine Jones' Retirement Open House

Mapleton Elementary News - Thu, 04/27/2017 - 3:57pm

Please join us in celebrating Mrs. Jones' 37 years of teaching at Mapleton Elementary. The open house will be Wednesday, May 10th from 4:00-5:30 p.m. She has touched countless lives with her wonderful service!

Categories: Elementary, Mapleton

Brockbank Bronco Best Students for March

Brockbank Elementary News - Thu, 04/27/2017 - 2:24pm
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Brockbank is happy to announce the Bronco Best Award Students for March. Back; Kaleb Blackett, Peyton Thorpe, Kate Ethington, Kaitlyn Cloward,  Saydee Davis, Gizelle Lugo, and Principal Larraine Nelson. Middle; Bella Black, TJ Stewart, Makenna Larsen, Kaylee Hales, Hallie Hansen,  Anjelina Ibarra, and Jessie Sherman. Front; Jake Williams, Tannor White,  Leonidas Medina, Aubrey Kinyanjui, Jacob Jensen, and Julieta Cruz Acosta. 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Summer Coding Class

Cherry Creek Elementary News - Thu, 04/27/2017 - 2:22pm
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This summer, Nebo School District is sponsoring a 2-day coding class for current 6th-8th graders.

Students will learn to code using Code.org's App Lab and BBC's microbit. They will use App Lab to create apps that can be published and shared to run on any computer, tablet or smartphone with a modern browser. The BBC's microbit is a small hardware processing device (about 1/2 the size of a credit card). Projects will include: LED message display, thermometer, compass, connection to external LEDs, composing music, etc.

The registration fee for the two 1/2 days is $10. Registration is limited to the first 25 students at each site. The locations and dates are as follows:

Springville Jr. High: June 6-7, 8 am - noon

Registration Link: http://bit.ly/sjhscoding

Salem Jr. High School: June 15-16, 8 am - noon

Registration Link: http://bit.ly/sajhscoding

 

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Pawkemon Finder

Wilson Elementary News - Thu, 04/27/2017 - 2:16pm
Attributions: photo by Shawn Rawlings

Congratulations to this week's Pawkemon finder, Aleyah Carreno!

Categories: Elementary, Payson

Pawkemon Winners

Wilson Elementary News - Thu, 04/27/2017 - 2:14pm
Attributions: photo by Shaun Ward

Last week's Pawkemon finders were a group of four fun fourth grade girls! Way to work as a team!

Categories: Elementary, Payson

5th Grade State Fair and Wax Museum Coming Up

Larsen Elementary News - Thu, 04/27/2017 - 12:46pm
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Larsen 5th Graders are getting ready for their State Fair and wax museum.  They have been working hard on their projects and learning all about the great country we live in.  The Fair  will be held on Friday, May 5th.  Parents are invited to come tour and listen to all the interesting facts about each state from a famous person (aka a smart 5th grader) from 1:00-2:30 PM.  Make sure your student has their diorama and costume ready.

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

5th Grade Track Meet

Westside Elementary News - Thu, 04/27/2017 - 11:35am
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Yesterday the fifth graders participated in their annual track meet at Springville High School. The weather was chilly but the kids ran hard (and long jumped and threw softballs as well!) and everyone had a great time! 

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Please Notice The Change For 5th and 6th Grade Track Meet Days

Hobble Creek Elementary News - Thu, 04/27/2017 - 10:29am
Attributions: Mrs. Linda Baird

Due to the weather, we had to change 5th and 6th grades track meet days.

6th is rescheduled for May 16th, Tuesday.

5th is rescheduled for May 17th, Wednesday.

4th is hopefully staying with May 2nd, Tuesday.

3rd is hopefully staying with May 3rd, Wednesday.

If the weather is not good on any of these days, we will not have any track meets.

Categories: Elementary, Mapleton

Summer Coding Workshop open to 6th graders

Westside Elementary News - Thu, 04/27/2017 - 9:51am
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This summer we are sponsoring two 2-day coding classes for current 6th-8th graders.  Could you please help spread the word to students and parents at your school?  I have attached a Google Doc that could be used as a poster, copy and pasted as a PR story on your school website, linked through your school social media accounts, etc.  I am also attaching an image if you need to post that separately.  Thank you! 

Springville Jr. High School

June 6-7, 8 am -noon

Registration Link: http://bit.ly/sjhscoding

Salem Jr. High School

June 15-16, 8 am-noon

Registration Link:

http://bit.ly/sajhscoding

 

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Taylor Keyboarding Championship Qualifiers!

Taylor Elementary News - Thu, 04/27/2017 - 9:31am

Taylor School represented itself well at Nebo School District's Keyboarding Championships! Students from 4th and 5th grades at Taylor had to qualify for the championship by having the fastest typing speed from our school.  Qualifiers include: 

Fourth Grade: Jesse Ramirez, Jesse Isaacson, Aubree Nordell, Emma Asay, Damian Cristabal, Levi Guadron, Coy Vincent, Bailee Young, Noah Herring and Aaron Dunn (Not pictured)

5th Grade: Dorian Dixon, Brigham Halford, Daisy Lubben, Victoria Liddle, Aaliyah Pena, Parker Cowley, Benson Atkin, Trey Sydall

Congratulations to these fast typers from Taylor!!!  These students know how to show their ROAR!!! 

Categories: Elementary, Payson

Parents and Pastries

Salem Elementary News - Thu, 04/27/2017 - 9:22am

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There's no better way to start the day than with parents, donuts and books.  Thanks to our PTO for putting on the book fair and Parents and Pastries to help raise money for our school! Also, a big thank you to our parents for supporting our school and especially your kids! 

Categories: Elementary, Salem

Living Planet's Water Van Visits Fourth Grade

Salem Elementary News - Thu, 04/27/2017 - 9:01am

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Last week, Living Planet Aquarium's Water Van visited the fourth grade. Developed specifically for 4th grade, the Water Van explores the importance of water in Utah. Education Presenters discuss the water cycle, as well as the role that wetlands play in our environment, and how water affects animal life.  It was a fun way to review the things stuents have been learning in science.

 

 

Categories: Elementary, Salem

Student Reports

Rees Elementary News - Thu, 04/27/2017 - 8:38am
Attributions: Tim Mendenhall
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The Mission to Mars      

By: Kaitlyn Wyatt

The Mission to Mars is a wonderful adventure that we did in Mr. Mendenhall’s 6th grade class.  We simulated launching an astronaut into space and landing it on Mars safely. BRACE FOR IMPACT!!! PROTECTION IS NEEDED! Everybody is counting on you.

In this activity you need to make a capsule to fly into space and land on Mars. Your astronaut (the egg) needs to survive the launch, and the landing. Our rocked flew up about 100 feet and then landed on the black-top of the playground. 20 kids created their Mars landing capsules and only 5 survived!  Congratulations to Kaitlyn, Lauren, Kaysen, Erick, and Brooklin for their NASA like engineering skills!

 

 Math is a GAME!

By Kaysen Stevens

 

“Oh no! I’ve combined the wrong atoms. The atom “4” combined with “7x” does not equal 48...kaboom!”  

In class we have been learning about solving equations. On our new program called Manga High, we have been having a competition on this game called Algebra Meltdown. On this game you have to combine two atoms to make an altered atom, (which is the answer). The atom (the variable) can go through many different tubes (function rules) that change the atoms value.  There are scientists waiting at the bottom of the tube waiting for their specific value of an atom (the correct solution).  If you didn’t get the right answer or were too slow, the scienctist would get red in the face and stomp away. This was a fun way to practice solving equations!

 

 Puppeteering

By Tayven Cook

 Mr. Mendenhall is the master at theater. He is now teaching his class puppeteering with hand-made puppets. His class made Big Mouth puppets. He taught them how to properly hold them. He also taught how to speak  so that it makes your puppet look like it really walks and talks!  

We first made puppets out of a simple  envelope. Then we all sat in a circle and practiced making the puppets talk. Mr.Mendenhall’s puppet was named Fluffy. I named my puppet Tom Brady. I can’t wait to do more puppeteering. Puppetry is great to work on our creativity and working with our actor’s tool, our voice!

  

Can Crusher 

By Ben Escamilla

In Mr. Mendenhall´s class we were learning linear equations. To help us learn linear equations we crushed cans. We filled up a bottle that has had a liter of water (1000ml). Then we used a sewage drain pipe to drop the bottle which then crushed the cans. Every time we dropped the bottle we put it at different heights. The higher (potential energy) we dropped it, the more the kinetic energy crushed the can.  Then we graphed what we happened.  WOW!  It was linear graph! Once you could see the pattern you could tell what was next in the pattern.

Then after we did that we than filled the bottle up with different amounts and the we dropped from the same height. You could see a pattern in it too. So, then you could tell predict how much weight was in the bottle by how much the can was crushed. That’s how we learned how you can use linear equations.

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

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