Class Shirts

Attributions: 
Danika Nuttall

Happy Friday from the matching shirt crew in Miss Nuttall's class! We sure love 3rd grade 

Spelling Bee

Canyon Elementary fifth and sixth graders had the opportunity to participate in a school spelling bee. Each class held their own individual contest and sent 8 students to the school spelling bee. Those 48 students did a great job as they competed Friday, February 2, 2018. The final two contestants were Emily Wilkins and Rebecca Morales. They correctly spelled words round after round. The spelling bee lasted over 2 hours! In the end, Rebecca Morales won the contest. Rebecca now moves on to compete at a regional spelling bee. We are so proud of all of the participants.

100th day of School

Attributions: 
Katy Olson, Julie Cranmer, Hillary Stewart, Jill Holt

There appeared to be many centenarians at Canyon Elementary on Monday, January 29, 2018. Second grade teachers and students celebrated the 100th day of school by dressing up as they might look if they were 100 years old! They participated in activities throughout the day to celebrate this landmark day!

Science Fair

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Fifth and Sixth Grade students had the opportunity to voluntarily participate in a Science Fair at Canyon Elementary. Participants could enter as teams or individually. After the projects were judged, nine teams and four individuals were selected to compete at the District level.  

Sixth Grade Feast

Attributions: 
Jasmine Weier

Sixth graders at Canyon Elementary participated in a Medieval Feast at the end of the second term. Students earned points throughout the term. The number of points they had, determined their rank in medieval society. The top point earners reigned as King and Queen. A large feast was enjoyed by all. 

Popcorn Adjectives

Attributions: 
Danika Nuttall

Adjectives...can you describe your popcorn? Miss Nuttall's class loved learning about adjettives. The popcorn was just an added bonus!

Christmas Service Project

Attributions: 
Tammy Hutchings

Students in Tammy Hutchings first grade class participated in a class service project. Miss Hutchings prepared stockings for the students to stitch, decorate, and fill. Students donated some of the items used to fill the stockings. The class then donated the stockings to Spanish Fork Police and Fire Departments to thank them for their service and wish them a Merry Christmas. Miss Hutchings provided this opportunity to help her students understand the spirit of giving.

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