April 2015

Howdy Administrators!

Attributions: 
Michelle Flory

Yesterday was Administrator's Day and Secretaries Day! Sheriff Harlan went western and even got a sweet ride right in front of the school! And the secretaries (Mrs. Chowdhary and Mrs. Hawkins) got a western office makeover and some fun gifts of course.

Stop in to say thank you to our hardworking principal and secretaries! They love our students and keep our school running smoothly!

5th Grade does Camp Floyd

Attributions: 
Scott Bates (story and pictures)

Mr. Bates' class enjoyed a day at Camp Floyd making candles, adobe bricks, performing military drills, walking through the Sage Coach Inn, looking through the museum, spending time in a one room school house that was built in 1898, and learning what it was like to live during the Civil War.

Also pictured are some students in traditional clothing that was worn during the Civil War.

Westward Movement!

After practicing for weeks and weeks, the 4th graders did an amazing job with their program about explorers coming west and the history of Utah. They taught the audience the history through song, lively dance and spoken word.  Anyone watching could tell they had a lot of fun doing it! Our own Cougar Cub even made an appearance!

Great job 4th graders!

Rodeo Winners!!

Attributions: 

Spanish Fork City challenged students at all the elementary schools in Spanish Fork to meet their reading goal this month for a chance to win brand new cowboy boots and tickets to the Rodeo in May!

The winners of Justin Cowboy Boots and Rodeo tickets for May 30th are:

Landon Nielsen (6th, Mrs. Maughan's class) and Alliana Walters (1st, Mrs. Harreld's class)

Five other winners received Rodeo tickets also:

Karlie Harris (2nd, Young), Isableele MacArthur (3rd, Sharp), Jackson Rhees (4th Cook), Tade Gappmayer (5th, Bates), and Tanner Koyle (6th, Nuzman).

Canyon's College Week!

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This month, students in grades 1-6 have been learning about college and careers from Mrs. Lewis, the School Counselor. They learned about how important college is, and that it's never too early to start planning for college!