Mapleton Elementary school is pleased to award these students for their excellence in spelling! Teachers were asked to give this award to students who have put forth their "Best Practice" in becoming great spellers. Pictured here are the following students:Seated from left to right:
Row #1 Jax Heaps, Riley Duntson, Caleb Stitt, Daniel Keliiliki and Cody Shurian.
Row #2 Maelee Croshaw, Addie Hakes, Leah Pollock, KIni Fonohema, Mika Krommenhoek,Ali Nash and Avery Boyer,
Our Mapleton Elementary choir has been practicing under the direction of Karen Thueson and accompanied by Jeanette Nielson. They performed for our school on March 5, and then for the parents on the eveing of March 6. They did a wonderful job on their performance. Thank You Karen Thueson and Jeanette Nielson for sharing your tremendous talents and time with our students. Also, thank you to Ms. Jessica Knight our classroom Music and orchestra teacher for performing with the choir.
Mapleton Elementary Chess players took fourth place in the Nebo Chess tournament.
Ballet West came to Mapleton Elementary to perform for the students, and to teach them about the hard work that is needed and the good health habits that they need to be able to perform. They performed dances from the Nutcracker, and also had students come up on stage to try to do the leaps and turns.
Mapleton students have been playing chess after school in Chess Club. They have the opportunity to participate in the Nebo District Chess Tournament on March 1 at Cherry Creek Elementary. Register at www.utahchessK12.com/nebo
The Utah County Association of Dental Wives presented a special assembly on dental health to Mapleton Elementary School First and Second Grade Classes.
Using puppets, they performed a great presentation on the why’s and how’s of caring for your teeth. The students enjoyed the play with cute dinosaur puppets, and the professor teaching them the importance of brushing, flossing and eating good healthy food to keep their teeth clean and breath fresh. We appreciate their time and effort in performing and teaching our students.