Splash Bash

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Water, water everywhere!! Last Friday, Canyon students participated in the second annual SPLASH BASH. Grade levels rotated through water activities throughout the day. They played on several inflatable water slides, soccer in the sprinklers, kickball with water bases, and tug of war. To top it off, it ended with a rainstorm!

Third Grade Businesses

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Third graders participated in their annual Business Days. Students earned class money to buy goods or services from their fellow classmates. Each class had their own day to run their businesses. Among other things, students could golf, get their nails painted and purchase a myriad of products. Students were excited about the many choices they had!

Jordanelle Dam

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Skyler Pope and Mac Wilkinson

Jordanelle Dam...It was so cool! We learned a lot about the dam and the water in the lake. It was super loud inside the power plant. I leaned that the Power Plant is a really cool and fun place. I also learned that I can light up a light bulb by peddling a bike. 

  

4th Grade Track

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Nicole Cook, Brooke Rasmussen, and Sarah Witt

Fourth grade had a great time at their track meet on May 1, 2018. It was a beautiful day. Students ran hard and did a great job in the running and field events. One of Canyon's boys relay team took 1st place!

3rd Grade Track Meet

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Suzette Harreld, Danika Nuttall, and Sharlee Nuzman

April 24 was a beautiful day for a track meet. Canyon third graders competed at Spanish Fork High with other third graders from Spanish Fork schools. Students participated in running and field events. What a fun day!!

Monster Concert

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Cheryl Wangsgard

Canyon’s 6th Grade Orchestra had the opportunity of participating in the district wide “Monster Concert”! They sounded amazing!!

Fun Run

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Friday, April 20, was Canyon's annual Fun Run. We appreciate our PTA for sponsoring this activity. It was a perfect weather day for the run. There was a staggered start beginning with 5 & 6 graders, then 3 & 4 graders, and finally K-2 graders. All students enjoyed a popsicle at the end of the race! 

 

Canyon's Teacher of the Year

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“Mrs. Money embodies the qualities of dedication, hard work, and unwavering commitment to her students. She is the first to arrive early, stay late and take on added responsibilities if it means helping students learn. She provides selfless service to her students. As a special education teacher, she tailors her students learning to their learning level and strengths. Mrs. Money has piloted programs for the district on several occasions. She creates a positive learning culture and runs an exemplary program.”

We love having Kristin Money at Canyon Elementary. She is amazing!

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