This year at Mapleton Elementary 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 "Pizza with the Principal." The focus for the month of October is "respect." The students are selected based upon the respect they show to their teachers, peers and faculty at the school. Here are the Students of the Week.
Dancing Across Utah
60 people of all ages gathered to dance at Mapleton Elementary. Polynesian dances were taught by the Keliiliki Family. Native American shawl and hoop dances were taught by Brenda Beyal and Eva and Jasin Keams. Janet Lewis taught creative dances and a Brazilian folk dance . Nebo school district collaborated with Utah Education Network to broadcast the Mapleton event to the University of Utah Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Education building. This evening of dance was also sponsored by the Utah Division Of Arts and theNational Endowment for the Arts.
During the month of September we spotlighed a Student of the Week from each classroom. These students received a certificate and prize from Mrs. Peery and their name was put in a drawing for a chance to have "Pizza with the Principal." Twelve names were drawn out to have "Pizza with the Principal" on Tuesday, October 14. The focus for the month of September was friendship.
Pictured here are the lucky winners of "Pizza with the Principal":
Tia Jenkins, Ali Smith, Lisiate Valeti, Morgan Pratt, Trent Willson, and Daniel Keliliki.
The students at Mapleton Elementary had a practice fire drill on Monday, October 13 after the firemen came and taught each class about fire safety. The students quickly followed the procedure of the school when the fire alarm went off. They followed their assigned route to the back of the school and lined up. All teachers made sure that each student was accounted for, and then they were able to come back in the school to keep learning. We have several drills each year to help the students to be prepared in case of an emergency.