Spanish Oaks Elementary is proud to Present: Seussical the Musical!
March 8th & 9th @ 7:00 PM
Everyone (3rd-6th graders) who wishes to participate in the cast of Seussical needs to audition.
Parent Meeting: December 5, 2017, 3:30pm in the gym
Spanish Fork FFA gave a gift of love to the Festival of Trees held in Sandy Utah. This year our chapter did a tree in memory of Levi Sampson who lost his life in an auto-pedestrian accident this summer. Students donated over 40 pairs of jeans to help with the decorations of the tree. In addition over 40 FFA members spent time making ornaments. There was an activity and classes that helped to put everything together. We would like to thank all of those who made the tree a success.
The officers delivered the tree Monday, November 29 to the South Towne Expo Center. All the donated trees were auctioned off with all the proceeds going to the Primary Children's Medical Center. This year SFHS FFA's tree was purchased by an Anonymous sponsor for $1050. It has been great to remember Levi and his spunky attitude. He always wanted everyone to do better and help someone each day. We encourage everyone to find something good that they can do each day. Do Good and Live for Levi.
The answer to last week's problem of the week was 40
The winners were Jaden Bartlett, Bailey Bennett, Isaac Bryson, Camilla Bush, Lyss Butler, Nayeli Cerda, Sara Chandler, Anna Colton, Aeris Eastland, Kaleb Feland, Grace Forbush, Cole Gillespie, Carter Hansen, Emily Haroldsen, Peter Heap, Laney Hicks, Callie Johnson, Tracee Jones, Isaiah Jones, Madisyn Lott, Allyson Marks, Brother McKinley, Jonah McNeil, Corinne Orton, John Perez, Melissa Perez, Olivia Perkins, Molly Peterson, Naomi Phillips, Sarah Phipps, Ty Reese, Kaleb Robertson, Justice Smith, Spencer Stokes, David Tonga, Lauren Vehar, Hailey Wilson This week's problem of the week is:
If four hamburgers and two hot dogs cost $16.40 and six hamburgers and four hot dogs cost $26.40, what is the combined cost of a hamburger and a hot dog?
Our FBLA Club competed in Region this past Friday and did very well. We had 11 students competing and brought home 19 total medals/certificates! Please congratulate these students!
Andrew Lott- 1st Place- Client Service
Kendall Flake- 2nd Place- Advertising
Kendall Flake, Kallin Harrison- 2nd Place- Management Decision Making
Kendall Flake, Kallin Harrison- 3rd Place- Hospitality Management
Issack Bahena, Andrew Lott- 3rd Place- Emerging Business Issues
Kendall Flake- 3rd Place- Business Law
Kendall Flake- 3rd Place- Economics
Issack Bahena, Locke Hansen- 4th Place- Business Ethics
Carson Bird, Solomon Kimball, Locke Hansen- 4th Place- Global Business
Braxton Smithson- 4th Place- Sports and Entertainment Marketing
Ben Swan- 5th Place- Help Desk
Kendall Flake, Kallin Harrison- 5th Place- Entrepreneurship
Brockbank is happy to announce the Bronco Best students for November.
Back; Kenlee Lemon, Jade Johnson, Collin Dudley, Tyson Rich, and Brooks Baum. Middle; Kalia McKinnon, Nathan Cruz, Macord Pulham, Olivia Stewart, Miranda Avalos, Kimberly Clark, Allie Sorensen, and Principal Larraine Nelson. Front; Addison Roberts, Oakley Lowe, Emily Clark, Sophia Robertson, Meaghan Peine, Kadence Palmer, and Henry Hogle.
November 16 - December 12, 2017
Wondering what to make for dinner tomorrow night? Wonder no further. Take your family to Chick-Fil-A on December 5th from 5-8 pm and tell them you're from Rees Elementary. They will donate part of the proceeds back to us!! Sounds like a winner-winner-chicken dinner to me!!!
The following students have earned their way to the Keyboarding Competition that will be in April. They did an awesome job! Congratulations to Ehlana Dodson, Daphne Clarke, Allison Christiansen, Mason Ford, Justin Lindholm, Jessie Tiapson and Emily Jex.
These students earned either their bronze or silver math brag tags for passing off their addition or subtraction tests at 100% in 3 minutes or less. Great work students!
The following students were named students of the month for November for showing how they S.O.A.R through their actions and hard work. Congratulations!
Parent Teacher Conference will be held on Thursday, December 7 from 3:30pm to 8:00pm. We have 21 school days remaining in Term 2 and we are going full steam toward Cs, Bs and As for the holidays. Teachers and counselors will be available.
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Our very own Mrs. Banks recently attended the Assembly on Literature for the Adolescents conference put on by the National Council of Teachers of English in St. Louis, Missouri. Mrs. Banks was the recipient of the Gallo Grant award, given to only two teachers in the United States. She was presented with the award at the Saturday morning breakfast and the first session of the conference on Monday. Authors Rick Riordan and Neal Schusterman were the keynote speakers at the breakfast. She also received a box of 50 new YA books for attending, of which some were Advanced Reading Copies (ARCs), meaning they won't be released until sometime in 2018. We are so proud of Mrs. Banks and are lucky to have her here at Diamond Fork. While in St. Louis she was also able to visit the famous St. Louis Arch as well as eat some true mid-western BBQ. Way to go Mrs. Banks!
This term's Parent Teacher Conferences are this Thursday the 7th from 3-7:30. Please come and meet with your child's teachers!!
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Mrs. Kelly’s sixth and seventh period classes both did preschools on December 1st. Students in the class brought preschool aged kids from their family or their neighborhood.
Sixth period's theme was winter, so all their activities were based on that theme. The kids made snow globes, drank hot chocolate, and did many other activities to help them learn different skills.
Seventh period's theme was the beach. They had the cutest sea animal name tags they gave to the preschoolers. Everyone that came to this class had a blast!
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Canyon Elementary students participated in Readathon Week as a culminating activity for Literacy Month. Each morning students turned in their names if they read the night before. At the end of the day, names were drawn for prizes. The following pictures are of our daily winners. Congratualtions!
Our fourth, fifth and sixth graders enjoyed some great science experiments today with some visitors from the Clark Planetarium. They learned about a variety of science concepts while having fun at the same time! What a great assembly!
The 9th-grade boys basketball team showed their dominance on the court as they defeated school rival Diamond Fork Junior High with a whopping score of 33-72!
The Lobos had a great game the whole way through. Their offense was unstoppable and they had amazing defense from start to finish. There was nothing the Diamondbacks could do!
At the end of the game Coach Cook explained, “Our guys played terrific defense and that was the key to our success.”
Great job Lobos! Keep up the great work!
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Recently Brockbank Elementary fifth-graders held their wax museum. The students picked a famous person in American history, they did research on that person, memorizing interesting and important facts, and then they got to dress-up like that person for a day. During the day, students from other grades were able to visit the museum and learn about these famous Americans. That night there was a program so that parents and grandparents could come and see what the students had learned. It was a very fun and educational experience for all that participated.