The theme for Reflections this year is "Let Your Imagination Fly". Over 100 students submitted entries. These entries were displayed for the entire studentbody in our annual Reflections Assembly on October 14. The winning entries were announced at the end of the assembly. These entries will continue on to the Council Level. Good luck to all Canyon entries!
Canyon Elementary celebrated Boss' Day on Tuesday, October 20. Mr. Harlan was presented with a "I'm the Boss" hat, and throughout the day students "tipped" their hats whenever they saw him. Students also made individual cards telling Mr. Harlan why they appreciated him. Canyon Elementary is so lucky to have Mr. Harlan as the Boss!
Diamond Fork Canyon was a great field trip. First we went on a hike. We saw lots of cows (and a few cow pies), and got to go in a tepee. We learned about elk and deer. Next we learned about birds and many different things about feathers, like how the boys are colorful to attract female birds and the girls have brown feathers to blend in to protect their babies. We identified birds in a book. After lunch we went on a scavenger hunt for leaves. We found a lot of different leaves. Last we tested the water in the river. Then we put on huge waders, got in the stream, and caught bu
How do you get to school each day? Well, on October 7, Canyon Elementary had an extraordinary amount of students walking. It was the PTA Sponsored "Walk To School Day". Before each student entered the school they were greeted by a Student Council Member and a PTA representative and were given a green ribbon and a granola bar. Those who entered the school at the front doors were also welcomed by the famous Cougar Cub. What a great reminder of how to be safe and healthy. Thank you PTA.
The PEAK Award goes to.......Mrs. Staci Call. PEAK stands for Positive Energy and Kindness. Mrs. Call certainly has Positive Energy and is always Kind to everyone. She was a fabulous PE Teacher and is now serving as our school Librarian. She goes over and above what is expected in everything she does. To learn more about this award, visit the Nebo School District Website.
October 6 was the day of the Farm Field Trip for 2nd Graders. Here are a few of their favorite things: Miles said, "My favorite parts of Farm Field Day were the piglets and the 3D printers." Sophie had this to add, "I liked the seeds and the germ station." Valerie commented, "My favorite part was learning about sheep." Bradley said, "My favorite part was the Talking Tomato." In addition Luke had this to say, "My favorite part of Farm Field Day was learning to wash our hands." As you can tell, they had a great time and learned a lot!