Fifth Grade students had the opportunity to attend Biztown in Salt Lake City. Before going to Biztown, the students were taught lessons on how to run a business. Students were able to write checks, operate banks, manage restaurants, and vote for mayor. Addi Gwilliam was Mayor for the day. This program gives the students a practical application for what they learned in the classroom. Many parent volunteers helped out to make it a successful day. Below are what some students said about the day.
Officer McCoy visited Mrs. Nilson’s first-graders and explained about his job. He showed us some of the tools he uses. He also told us how kids can help make his job a little easier by making SURE we put our scooters and bikes safely out of sight after we use them.
Thank you, Officer McCoy, for keeping us safe!!
Students celebrated 100 days of school. Some dressed up like they were one hundred years old. Granny granola was made by adding 10 items from 10 different things. Some students brought in 100 items to count. It has been an exciting day!
Family Movie Night at Canyon: Toy Story 4
Monday, January 27th @ 6pm
Tickets: $3.00 each or $12.00 per family (Early purchase in office)
Third-grade students created winter art using watercolors. The aspen trees look stunning as you walk down the third-grade hall. In addition, some of the students wrote a Haiku describing their picture.
Reminder- No school on Monday, January 20.