December 2017

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.

Christmas Story

Attributions: 
Danika Nuttall

There's nothing better than Mr. Harlan visiting our class. He read us a Christmas story and sharing a small test. Thanks Mr. Harlan.

Santa vs Elves

Attributions: 

Who works harder:  Santa or the elves?  These are some very opinionated second graders.  They are working on forming opinions, and supporting their opinions with reasons and examples.  We have a future debate team on our hands.

Miss Nuttall's Christmas Program

Attributions: 
Danika Nuttall

This season is filled with such joyous events and activities and we enjoyed sharing some poems, songs, and stories with you that illustrate this wonderful holiday season. 

Thank you for coming to our program, we hope you enjoyed the show. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!!!

District Reflections Award

Attributions: 

Canyon Elementary students won Reflections awards at the district level. Receiving an Award of Excellence were Caroline Riding in Film Production and Joshua Banz for Music Composition. These two students will move on to the region competition.

In addition, an Award of Merit was given to Johnny Covey for Literature, Sophie Jennings for Photography and Alyssa Wessman for Visual Art. We are proud of them and all of the students that participated in the Reflections program.

Second Grade Christmas Books

Attributions: 
Jill Holt

Students in second have been very busy learning about adjectives and sentence writing as they create their “ABC’s of Christmas “ book for this years parent gift . We are certain their work ethic is equal if not better than any Santa’s Elves.

Walk More in Four Award

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Tyler Orten, in Mrs. Cook’s fourth grade, received the UDOT “Walk More in Four” award. Each September UDOT sponsors a program to encourage students to safely walk or bike to school at least three days a week for four weeks. Canyon students voluntarily participated and entered the contest. This year Canyon had more students participate than in previous years. As one of the state winners, Tyler received a new razor scooter and helmet. Way to go Tyler!

Walk More in Four Award

Attributions: 

Tyler Orten, in Mrs. Cook’s fourth grade, received the UDOT “Walk More in Four” award. Each September UDOT sponsors a program to encourage students to safely walk or bike to school at least three days a week for four weeks. Canyon students voluntarily participated and entered the contest. This year Canyon had more students participate than in previous years. As one of the state winners, Tyler received a new razor scooter and helmet. Way to go Tyler!

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