Spotlight! Mrs. Sommerfeldt

Attributions: 
McKenzi Sommerfeldt
Spotlight! Mrs. Sommerfeldt

If your student is in 6th grade, then they get the opportunity to learn from our awesome teacher, Mrs. Sommerfeldt! Mrs. Sommerfeldt is kind, understanding, thorough, and very in tune with our students' needs!

Here are some questions Mrs. Sommerfeldt answered about herself:

1. Where are you from? I am from Mapleton, a graduate from MMHS!

2. What do you like to do for fun? I like to play the piano, read, do embroidery, and spend time with my family.

Stomp Performance

Attributions: 
Scott Bates, Shauna Patrick
Stomp Performance

5th graders got to go to the Stomp performance last month at the Covey Center. The students all dressed up and loved the performance!

D.A.R.E. Graduation

Attributions: 
Scott Bates
D.A.R.E. Graduation

After months of classes, our 5th graders have graduated from the D.A.R.E. program! Thanks to Officer Beddoes for all your hard work and efforts with our students!

Presidents' Program

Attributions: 
Scott Bates
Presidents' Program

Did you know that George Washington had dentures made of gold, ivory, lead, and animal teeth?!

If you talk to a 5th grader, they can tell you more facts about the United States' Presidents!

The 5th graders did a wondering job presenting their program about the presidents of our country.

Each student dressed up as the presidents or their wives and memorized a lot of fun facts about them.

Great job 5th graders!

Goodbye Mrs. Oldham!

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Goodbye Mrs. Oldham!

There has never been a Canyon with no Mrs. Oldham, and sadly she  will be leaving us! For students who have only attended Canyon, Mrs. Oldham has been their only librarian since kindergarten.  

Mrs. Oldham has been a librarian for 24 years, and at Canyon for 18 years, since it's been open.

She shared her love for books and stories, and inspired students to find information on research papers, find a fun picture book, or to simply escape with some non-fiction. She was very knowledgeable about all books, and also helped teachers find whatever they were looking for!

Mountain Man Rendezvous

Attributions: 
Jamie Hamblin
Mountain Man Rendezvous

4th grade had their annual Mountain Man Rendezvous after learning about the ways of Mountain men and women. Some kids (and teachers) dressed up, parents helped with games, they ate fry bread, and bartered with pellets. All had a great time!

 

 

DARE K-9 presentation

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DARE K-9 presentation

Our 5th grade classes have been doing the D.A.R.E program with Spanish Fork City Police officer, Officer Beddoes.

Officer Beddoes invited Officer Grover, and his dog, Lord, to come and do a presentation for the 5th graders.

Lord is a Belgian Malinois from Germany. He is a very smart, hardworking dog, that is mostly used to find drugs. His owner, Officer Grover did some demonstrations to show how good Lord is at finding things by smell.

Musician Brings Anti-Bullying Message

Attributions: 
Shauna Patrick, Jamie Hamblin
Musician Brings Anti-Bullying Message

Eric Dodge, a country vocalist, visited Canyon Elementary this week, and focused his comments on being kind to others, and not bullying. He passed out black wrist bands to some students imprinted with the slogan "Why Not Today" as a motto for each student to begin "today" making their own life more positive, as well as the lives of people around them.

Spotlight-Miss Sharp

Attributions: 
Canyon Student Council
Spotlight-Miss Sharp

Miss Sharp is one of our awesome new teachers in 3rd grade.

Here is some information to get to know her a little better:

1. Where did you grow up? Coeurd'alene, Idaho

2. What sports do you like? Basketball, Football, and all others.

3. When did you start teaching? This year.

4. What is your favorite food? Everything! But mostly ice cream, chocolate and soda.

Miss Sharp brings a great energy to her classroom and her students love her!

6th grade Olympics

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6th grade Olympics

The 6th graders at Canyon have been studying ancient Europe, including ancient Greece. The teachers organized a fun activity and divided the students into six city-states. They then competed in a modern day Olympic competition.

The events included Discus throw, three-legged race, free-throw contest, scooter board races, long jump, and paper plate ice skating.

The winning city-states with the most points were:    Bronze: Magara       Silver: Olympia        Gold: Corinth

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