Canyon third grade students have been earning play money from their teachers for the month of May. They could earn play dollars by turning in their homework on time, walking in the halls, following directions and working quietly in class, etc. They also lost money and had to give some of their play dollars back to their teachers if they were not following the class rules. As a culminating activity, students got to set up their own businesses and they could buy and sell their goods with the play money they had earned.
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A small group of very dedicated students from Canyon Elementary participated in early morning orchestra led by orchestra teacher, Cheryl Wangsgard. As a culminating activity, they performed musical pieces they had learned for the school.
Pictured Top L-R: Teacher, Cheryl Wangsgard, Ana Garcia and Jessica Herrin. Bottom L-R: Nicole Kuhni, Tanner Lewis and Allison Binks.
Kindergarten students at Canyon Elementary had their annual Egg Drop April 22, 2011. Students got to design a package that would protect their unboiled egg from breaking when dropped from the roof of the school. Students, teachers and parents had fun watching Principal Dave Harlan drop each egg package from the roof.
On April 8, 2011, Canyon Elementary fifth-graders headed to Rock Canyon Park in Provo, Utah. On the field trip students saw great examples of landforms and the forces that shaped them.
From Left - Right: Elsie Robarge, Jessica Sanchez and Madeline Riding.
Fifth grade students at Canyon Elementary got to participate in their annual Spelling Bee competition Friday, April 1, 2011. The elimination round started when it got down to the final two students. The word in the elimination round was "ricochet" and the final word the winner had to spell was "migratory". The winner was Natalie Pendleton and Hallie Reynolds took second place.
Pictured L-R: Natalie Pendleton and Hallie Reynolds
Fifth grade students at Canyon Elementary participate in the D.A.R.E. drug and alcohol resistance education program. Sgt. Cory Slaymaker taught many drug and alcohol resistance lessons to the fifth grade students. Canyon's DARE graduation was held March 22, 2011. All students received certificates for completing the program. Several students received recognition for being "Outstanding DARE Students", writing an "Outstanding DARE Essay" and winning "DAREN" the DARE stuffed animal lion.
Students at Canyon Elementary participate in the Ken Garff Road to Success reading program. Students keep track of the minutes they read at home. When students meet their reading goal each month, their teacher gives them entry slips to fill out and put in containers by the office for drawings to win prizes. March 14, 2011, fourth grade student Brinley Crouch, in Mrs. Perkins' class, and first grade student Jade Boshard, in Mrs. Snell's class, both won certificates redeemable for a bike from Walmart.
L-R: Brinley Crouch and Jade Boshard
Canyon Elementary students invited their Dads, or another family member, to join them as they celebrated Dads and Doughnuts and Dr. Seuss Day. Students read some of their favorite books with their Dads in their classrooms or in the halls and then they had doughnuts and milk together in the cafeteria. Later that afternoon, students had a school-wide read-a-thon.
Andrea Pond was recognized as Outstanding Classified Employee from Canyon Elementary February 16, 2011. Andrea was born and spent her early childhood in Wisconsin. She moved to Logan, Utah when she was 14 and spent her Junior High and High School years there. Andrea met her husband Scott, while attending High School. They have three children, Regan, Peyton and Mason. She loves her children and is a very dedicated mother. Andrea is also a hard worker. She likes organization, yard work, making crafts and traveling. Andrea has done a wide variety of things. She has worked as a trav
Second grade students at Canyon Elementary have been working very hard to learn their addition math facts. As an incentive to pass their math facts, the second grade teachers told the students they could earn a banana split party as their reward. Students got to assemble a banana split picture where each part of the picture represented a math fact that they had learned. On Wednesday, January 26, they got to complete their pictures and have their banana split reward party.
Pictured are students from Mrs. Danielle Sanders' Class. L-R: Abby Olsen and Isaac Chappell