Canyon Valentine's Day

Attributions: 
Calleen Argyle

Third-grade students from Canyon Elementary, in Mrs. Rachel Savage's class, showed their creativity by making their valentine boxes at home and bringing them to school on Valentine's Day to hold all of their valentines delivered from their classmates.

Pictured L-R: Lisa Lewis, Addie McLean and Jordyn Pearson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Canyon Mountain Man Rondezvous

Attributions: 
Calleen Argyle

Fourth-grade students at Canyon Elementary have been learning about Mountain Men in their Utah history studies. Students have been earning pelts by completing assignments and showing good behavior. They used their pelts to buy and sell goods they brought from home for their "Bartering Bash."

Pictured: Boys L-R: Channing Paxman and Koby Parry. Girls L-R: Libby Reynolds and Sarah Doerr.

 

 

 

 

Canyon Rad KIDS Program

Attributions: 
Calleen Argyle

A group of third-grade students from Canyon Elementary are participating in a Rad KIDS safety program. Rad KIDS is a personal empowerment safety education program for children. It is taught by certified instructors. The Rad KIDS goal is to empower children with an understanding of what their options are and to train them with the skills they need to be safe.

Pictured L-R: Cali Johnson, Nicole Clayson and Tanner Koyle.

Canyon Bean Museum Assembly

Attributions: 
Calleen Argyle and Jamie Hamblin

Fourth-grade students at Canyon Elementary had the opportunity to see and learn more about reptiles in an assembly from the Bean Museum of BYU.  After discussing many different things about reptiles, students got to see a real lizard, snake, and turtle.

Pictured L-R:  Grant Johnson, Cameron Jolly, Meg (Bean Museum Presenter) and Brad Dixon.

Canyon Mountain Man Assembly

Attributions: 
Calleen Argyle and Jamie Hamblin

Mountain Man, Scott Sorenson visited the fourth-grade students of Canyon Elementary Friday, Jan. 27, 2012.  This was a great experience for our students.  They loved hearing about famous mountain men, learning more about what a mountain man does, asking questions, and actually getting to touch real animal pelts.

Canyon Science Fair Winners

Attributions: 
Calleen Argyle

   Fifth-grade students from Canyon Elementary displayed their science projects at their annual Science Fair held at the school Jan. 26, 2012.  Students formed a hypothesis for their science projects and then set up their own experimental trials to prove or disprove their hypothesis.  They kept a journal of their work and finally put together a display showing the results.  Some students worked with a team and others did individual projects.  The winners will now go on to the district science fair.

Gingerbread Houses

Attributions: 
Calleen Argyle

     Third-grade students at Canyon Elementary celebrated their annual gingerbread house making tradition on Dec. 20, 2011.  Parents donated candies and icing for the students to use.  All of the third-grade students met in the cafeteria with teachers and parent helpers to assemble and decorate their gingerbread houses.

Pictured L-R:  Third-grade student, Kate Darrington and Mom, Amy Darrington.

Canyon States Fair

Attributions: 
Calleen Argyle

     Fifth-grade students from Canyon Elementary had their annual "States Fair" Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011.  Each student researched a state in the United States and then they created a display of information and facts to tell about that state.  Students and parents walked through the gym looking at all of the states on display.

 

Pictured:  Caden Parcell with his Michigan state display

Canyon Presents to School Board

Attributions: 
Calleen Argyle and Jeannette Maughan

     Students from Canyon Elementary and East Meadows have been participating in early morning orchestra for the past two months.  Cheryl Wangsgard is the orchestra teacher.  Mr. Harlan, Canyon Principal, was giving a presentation about Canyon Elementary to the School Board November 9, 2011, and he invited the orchestra students to perform a couple of numbers during the presentation.  The orchestra did an amazing job and received compliments from members of the School Board.

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