Faculty Spotlight /

Attributions: 

Ms. Anderson is a Kindergarten teacher at Mapleton Elementary.  She enjoys swimming, kickboxing, playing the ukulele, and reading.  Her favorite children’s story is “Ferdinand” by Munro Leaf.  She has three nephews that come to this school.  Her favorite vacation was to Denmark, and she would like to go to Thailand.  She loves to work at the school because she gets to laugh and work with amazing people.

 

Faculty Spotlight / Shelley Wing

Attributions: 
Sydney Davis

Mrs. Wing is the PE teacher at Mapleton Elementary.  She enjoys walking, boating, camping, and being with family.  Her favorite children’s book is Nursery Rhymes.  She married her high school sweetheart and they have four daughters and eight grandchildren.  Her favorite vacation was to Flaming Gorge, and she would like to have two weeks on a beach in the sun.  She enjoys working here because she loves sports, being active, being around kids, and working right where she lives.

 

Faculty Spotlight / Kelsey Foster

Attributions: 
Jackson Heaps

Mrs. Foster is a 6th grade teacher at Mapleton Elementary.  She enjoys playing sports, watching BYU sports, watching movies, and reading.  Her favorite children’s book is “Harry Potter” by J.K. Rowling.  She has one brother, and two sisters.  Her favorite vacation was to Disney World at New Years, and she would love to go to the Maldive Islands.  She enjoys working with the teachers at Mapleton Elementary.

 

Faculty Spotlight/ Karin Caswell

Attributions: 
Taylar Parry

Mrs. Caswell is the Speech Therapist at Mapleton Elementary.  She enjoys to run and read.  Her favorite children’s book is “Dog Breath” by Dan Pilkey.  She and her husband have four kids.  Her favorite vacation was a cruise to Alaska with her kids, and she would love to go to Italy.  She enjoys working at the school because she likes to work with kids, and she thinks we have the greatest students.

 

Student of the Week / Responsibility

We will be spotlighting a Student of the Week from each classroom. These students receive a certificate and prize from Mrs. Peery with the chance to be drawn out at the end of each month for a special activity with the Principal. The focus for the month of February is being "Responsible".  The students are selected by their teachers as they see their students show responsibility.  Here are the Students of the Week for February 5.

Faculty Spotlight / Rachel Hansen

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Mrs. Hansen is a 6th grade teacher at Mapleton Elementary.  She enjoys hunting, hiking, fishing, camping and reading.  Her favorite children’s book is “Lightning Thief” by Rick Riordan.  She and her husband Rob have one daughter, and she attends Mapleton Elementary.  Her favorite vacation was to Mexico, and she would love to see Greece and Rome.  She loves working at the school because of the awesome faculty, students and parents. 

 

Day of Caring

Attributions: 
Sheri Jensen

Our annual day of caring was a huge success once again.  Each class took part in tying blankets to prepare to take to the Primary Children's Hospital.  We would like to thank everyone that donated fleece for this project, and for the willingness of the students to prepare them for children in need of a little extra care and comfort.  We were able to make and donate 200 blankets this year.

Faculty Spotlight / Natalie Rawlings

Attributions: 
Maelee Crowshaw

Mrs. Rawlings takes care of take home library and is a Kindergarten technician at Mapleton Elementary.  She loves animals, and enjoys to cook and hike.  Her favorite children’s book is “Thidwick the Big-Hearted Moose” by Dr. Suess.  She and her husband have two daughters and a few pets.  Her favorite vacation was to Washington D.C., and she would love to go to a tropical beach.  She enjoys working with the kids at the school and she thinks kids are fun. 

 

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