Recently the fourth grade visited the Utah Natural History Museum in Salt Lake City. Buses loaded at 9:15 for an hour drive to the museum. After arrival the museum worker explained the rules and students put on their wrist bands to help keep them in groups. The first exhibit was about natural disasters. It was really cool. Student were able to see the left overs of a tornado and experience a simulation of what it looked like in the twister. They learned about hurricanes, volcanoes, wild fires, and earthquakes. The next exhibit was about life.
Sierra Bonita recently had a very successful school carnival. On Monday, September 9th from 5:00 to 8:00 o'clock, students and their parents came and enjoyed all the activities. There were bouncy houses everywhere, fantastic games, and even a fortune teller! Baskets filled with fun items were also bid on. Kids were able to buy pizza, popcorn, soda, and cotton candy. The carnival was so much fun, you did not want to miss it!
The Father/Daughter activity sponsored by the PTA which was originally scheduled for Friday, September 27th has been changed. It will now take place on Friday, November 1st. Please add this event to your calendars!