Literature Leaders

Park Elementary News - Thu, 05/22/2014 - 2:04pm
Attributions: Photos by Tamra Lybbert Article by Adam Gull
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Leadership is becoming more prominent each day at Park Elementary.  It’s important for students to learn leadership skills now, especially when it applies to academics.  That is exactly what our Literature Leaders experience as they work to promote reading in the school.  Students at Park have the opportunity to find certain books in the library, read them, and report to a Literature Leader about the book they read.  And even more impressive, students discuss the Habits the characters used or did not use in the story.  This has been engaging for all students as they gain a love for reading.  Thanks Literature Leaders!  

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Mrs. Luke's WIG Party

Park Elementary News - Thu, 05/22/2014 - 1:30pm
Attributions: Photos by Tamra Lybbert Article by Adam Gull
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Mrs. Luke’s class had an early morning pancake breakfast for all the students who met their WIG to bring planners back all term.  Congratulations to these students for using the 7 Habits and meeting this goal.  These students will definitely be ready for 6th grade next year!  

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

May Victory Awards

Park Elementary News - Thu, 05/22/2014 - 1:22pm
Attributions: Photo and Article by Adam Gull

WOW!  May has been a busy month at Park Elementary, especially students earning Victories!  Below are the students that earned awards in Leadership, Math and Reading.  Congratulations Panthers!

Math: Kaden Jones, Hudsyn Wininger, Killian Olsen, Madeline Terry, Dane Gibson, Mariah Clark, Justice Corona, Aiden McCabe, Cooper Heaps, Scarlet Wirfs, Annica Cuthill, Auston Castor, Kaitlyn Thomas, Jadee Cole, Elijah Docter, Aaron Bravo, Ashlie Platt, Miguel Ramirez, Jorge Valodvinos, Nathan Oviatt

Reading: Asher Davidson, Kambria Gilmore, Kendra Adams, Levi Christly, Maezie Coombs, Logan Terry, Xander Williams, Brinley Strobel, Hannah Redmond, Griff Leifson, Laney Cranford, Zoeie Bushinski, Haylee Chavez, Roberto Zermeno, Emma Davidson, Kamryn Buchanon, Natalie Combs, Dalton Terry, Lesly Jimenez, Hailey Johansen, Austin Cook

Leadership: Emma Michael, Harley Stevenson, Kristjan Gibson, Corbin Buchanan, Brynn Spotten, Braxton Harrison, Hailey Sorensen, Yoselyn Corona, Zackry Kruse, Kyler Hoover, Chloe Hansen, Kimberly Meza, Jonas Davies, Randy Gunther, James Christley, Karli Butler, Jaden Green, Shailey Young, Brogan Evans, Madyson Lackey, Carson Terry

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Building Your Schedule With Class Choice

Spanish Fork High School News - Thu, 05/22/2014 - 9:55am
Attributions: Matt Christensen
Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

6th Grade -v- Teachers Kickball

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Thu, 05/22/2014 - 8:33am
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Excellent game! The teachers had the edge but the 6th graders gave them a run or 17 for their money. The All-stars made a great showing in the last inning—had Mr. Johnson not taken out Mrs. Moxon with a hard line drive to 3rd the 6th grades may have taken the lead. 

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Knight to Queen's Bishop 3

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Wed, 05/21/2014 - 7:00pm
Attributions: Leslie Loftin
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If you dont understand what that means check with oun of our top placing Chess qurus

4 grade

1st Derek Ford
2nd Asher Kelly
3rd Haley Spencer
5 grade
1st Caden Black
2nd Kaidan Baird
3rd Spencer Meeks

6 grade
1st Evan Seamons
2nd Kamry Adams
3rd Kai Huffman

 

Thanks Leslie Loftin for all of your hard working making the Chess clubs happen!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Nebo Education Association Presents Teacher of the Year

Riverview Elementary News - Wed, 05/21/2014 - 1:03pm
Attributions: Lisa Muirbrook

Shalese Rogers has been selected as Teacher of the Year!  Mrs. Rogers teaches fourth grade and loves it.  Mrs. Rogers said that she wants to instill a lifetime desire and love for learning in the minds of each student that enters her classroom.  We are very lucky to have Mrs. Rogers at Riverview.  Congratulations Mrs. Rogers! 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Fourth Grade County Fair

Riverview Elementary News - Wed, 05/21/2014 - 12:58pm
Attributions: Jackie Jarvis
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The Riverview 4th graders held their annual County Fair.  The students did research projects on different Utah counties and presented their projects to parents and families and other Riverview students.  Thanks to everyone who helped and supported our County Fair!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Crystal Apple Award

Riverview Elementary News - Wed, 05/21/2014 - 12:33pm
Attributions: Holly Engel
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Horace Mann presents the Crystal Apple Award to a teacher each year.  The recipient is chosen by the faculty and peers.  This year’s award goes to Cindy Sumsion!  Mrs. Sumsion teaches resource and loves it! Ginny DiRaimo, a first grade teacher, gave tribute to Mrs. Sumsion.  She said that Mrs. Sumsion goes above and beyond in teaching her students.  We are very lucky to have Mrs. Sumsion here at Riverview.  Congratulations Mrs. Sumsion!  Thank you for all you do at Riverview!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

5th Grade Spelling Bee

Canyon Elementary News - Wed, 05/21/2014 - 8:40am
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Congratulations to Ashlyn Alger for winning the Canyon 2014 Spelling Bee!

Each class had their own spelling bee and chose the top 8 spellers. Yesterday the top 8 from each class competed in front of their classes and their parents to try to win!

Some of the words the students had to spell were: gregarious, knowledge, carousel,  genre, resevoir, inconsistent, artifical, mediocre, and persuasion.

The winning word for the entire competition was turquoise!

 

 

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Spanish Oaks Represents at Track Meet

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Tue, 05/20/2014 - 4:00pm

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On Tuesday, April 29, all of the 6th grade students in the Spanish Fork area attended the annual Hershey Track Meet at Spanish Fork High School.  Students had an amazing time competing in events such as:  100 yard dash, 100 meter race, 400 meter relay, softball throw, standing long jump, etc.  It was a perfect day and everyone had a great time, including the 6th grade teachers, who took very seriously their chance to race.  And the teacher winner is ... our very own Mr. Crockett!  Run, sixth grade ... RUN!

Girls:

100 meter:  Cambria Parkin (3rd)
200 meter:  Courtney Smith (4th)
400 meter:  Courtney Smith (3rd)
4 x 100 Relay:  3rd Place ... Brooklyn Falkner, Courtney Smith, Heather Johnson, Cambria Parkin

Boys:

100 meter:  Kyson Melling (1st), Harrison Jacobson (3rd), Thomas Durham (4th)
400 meter:  Josh Krueger (2nd)
800 meter:  Harrison Jacobson (1st), Josh Krueger (2nd), Andrew Pontious (4th)

4 x 100 Relay:  1st Place ... Andrew Pontious, Kyson Melling, Corbin Harrison, Harrison Jacobson
                        4th ... Thomas Durham, Jarom Hovey, Nate Calder, Josh Krueger

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Safety Assembly

East Meadows Elementary News - Tue, 05/20/2014 - 12:02pm
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The PTA and the student council joined together to put on a safety assembly for our students.  With school coming to an end and summer break fast approaching it is good to review some safety tips.  They reviewed such things as bicycle safety, crossing the street safely, wearing the proper clothing,  and stranger and pet danger.  Officer Warner, from the Spanish Fork Police Department talked with students and encouraged them to follow these safety guidelines and to wear helmets when they ride their bikes or scooters.  Each student was sent home with a safety pledge to be signed by them and their parents.  If they are turned in they will be put in for a drawing for a helmet.  The Utah County Department of Health donated 100 new helmets to our school.  We want all of our East Meadows students to have a FUN and SAFE summer break.  

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

DFJHS Student Council

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 05/20/2014 - 11:24am

The end of the school year brings about many changes, and it is time to welcome our 7 new student council members.  They are Nyah Heber president; 9th grade representatives Katie Funk, Anthony Tai Palepoi, and Hannah Taylor; and 8th grade representatives Ladd Davis, Josh Judkins, and Kacey Melton.

These 7 new members of the Diamond Fork Junior High student council will be attending the Dixie Leadership Conference in St. George this summer to begin planning their awesome new school year.  Best wishes to Diamond Fork's 2014-2015 student council members!

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Mother's Day Project

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Tue, 05/20/2014 - 11:15am
Attributions: Article by: Miss Mathews' Second Graders

On May 11th mothers all across the country were celebrated.  Miss Mathews' class made gifts for this special day.  Each student decorated a purse that contained student-made items to show their love for their moms.  A mother's purse would not be complete without a wallet, keys, coupons, and a card.  All items were made by the students.  Some even chose to add in a cell phone, band-aides, gum, receipts, etc.  We love our moms and hope they had a wonderful Mother's Day!

Students of the Month

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 05/20/2014 - 11:13am

Every month at Diamond Fork Junior High two students from the 7th, 8th, and 9th grades are selected as students of the month.  These students are nominated for their outstanding citizenship and hard work. Nominees are then voted on by the entire faculty.  The students of the month for May are:

7th Grade: Hannah Cary and Micah Eastwood

8th Grade: Hallie Stephenson and Rayce Tanner

9th Grade: Maricruz Alvis and Manuel Perez

Each of these students received a recognition certificate, 2 liter soda, a gift card for Cold Stone ice cream, a free meal certificate from Cafe Rio, and were also featured on Diamond Fork News - the school’s weekly news broadcast.  Congratulations to each of May's students of the month!

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Diamondback Fitness Day

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 05/20/2014 - 10:59am
Attributions: By: Gentry Lambert

Every year Diamond Fork Junior High provides a fitness day for all of its students. Fitness day includes many different activities and lessons including the "Diamondback 5-K Dash" around Spanish Fork City. Everyone is invited to join the race: students, parents, grandparents, siblings - even aunts and uncles - bring them all!  This activity encourages everyone to become active as we kick off summer vaction. This year’s Fitness Day will take place on Friday, May 23, 2014 during school hours.

Students and parents who choose not to run will line up along the sides of the finish lines and cheer on all the runners as they cross.  Good luck to everyone on Diamondback Fitness Day!

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

National Junior Honor Society

Diamond Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 05/20/2014 - 10:47am
Attributions: By: Lilei Leifson

On May 6th Diamond Fork Junior High School's National Junior Honors Society held its induction meeting for the new inductees and their parents at 5 pm in the library. Honors Society is a great experience and all the new inductees are excited to take part in this organization over their 9th grade year.

In order to try out for the National Junior Honors Society, students filled out a sheet stating the accomplishments, service, and leadership positions they participated in during their seventh and eighth grade years. They then explained why they would like to be in the National Junior Honors Society and signed their forms, and turned it all in along with a parent signature as well.

Inductees also signed up to bring supplies for a service project. They made hygiene kits for the people in Peru, which included a hand towel, a mini shampoo and sanitizer, toothbrush, toothpaste, and a comb. They brought all their supplies and assembled these kits during the meeting.

Honors Society is a wonderful program and we are all proud of the newest members of our 2014-2015 DFJHS National Junior Honors Society!

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

3rd Grade Family Program

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Mon, 05/19/2014 - 3:51pm
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The 3rd grade family program reminded us about some of the funny and not so funny parts of being in a family! They did an AMAZING Job!

P.S. Congratulations to our Mrs. Jerrika Terry Bridges who just is starting her own new little family (She was married on Thursday May 8th)

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

End of Year Reading Rewards

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Mon, 05/19/2014 - 3:46pm
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Reading Rewards

If you have over 2 billion minutes, does it always go with cool music?  Loud cheers?  Over 100 books 2 $50 College Scholarships, AND a brand new bikes given away?  It does if they are reading minutes at Spanish Oaks Elementary!!!  Mrs. Brown rocked the school, with the help of Mr. Crockett providing the tunes, at our end of the year  "Race into Reading" Assembly.  Spanish Oaks children read, read and read ... and the minutes prove it!  So does the love of reading that the children here have developed!  Keep up the great work and READ READ READ!

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

PRCA Rodeo Champions Challenge Reading

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Mon, 05/19/2014 - 3:18pm

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The PRCA Rodeo Champions Challenge is coming to the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds Arena Saturday, May 31.  This rodeo will feature the world’s All-star Cowboys who will be in town for one night to compete on some of the world’s best animals for the winning prize. 

Spanish Fork City came to our school to invite all the students of Spanish Oaks Elementary to ‘compete’ alongside the Cowboys in The Reading Champions ChallengeApril 1 thru April 30, 2014.  Students were challenged to keep track of the reading they do during the month of April and return it to their teacher at the end of the month.  Winners were chosen from all of our returned reading calendars from each grade level.  Seven Champion Readers have been awarded two (2) tickets each to the rodeo!  Thank you, Spanish Fork City, for an amazing assembly and awesome reading challenge!  Yee haw!!

Congratulations to Brandon Bodmer, Colton Johnson, Jaeda Sannar, Sam Swain, Irelynd Henry, Madison Tilton, Kelsee Oyler

 

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

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