September 2015

Student of the Week/Cooperation

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Student of the Week/Cooperation

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 September is "Cooperation".  The students are selected by their teachers as they see their ability to cooperate here at school.  Here are the Students of the Week for September 18.

Utah Opera Assembly

Attributions: 
Carol Day
Utah Opera Assembly

We were happy to welcome the Utah Opera to our school for a fabulous assembly.  Utah Opera comes to every school in Utah over a three year period thanks to funding from the legislature called "POPS". Professional Organizations in Public Schools.

Student of the Week

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Student of the Week

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 September is "Cooperation".  The students are selected by their teachers as they see their ability to cooperate here at school.  Here are the Students of the Week for September 11.

Student of the Week

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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 September is "Cooperation".  The students are selected by their teachers as they see their ability to cooperate here at school.  Here are the Students of the Week for September 4.

PTA Movie Night

Attributions: 
Julie Peery
PTA Movie Night

"Our PTA Family Movie Night was a great success last week. The MC entertained the audience with music and dancing while waiting for "Wreck It Ralph" to begin. We appreciate the support from the families that were able to attend. We will have another outdoor movie night in the spring."

How Much is a Million

Attributions: 
Lisa Christensen
How Much is a Million

 4th grade kicked off their Place Value unit this week by posing the question,  "How Much Is A Million?"  There were chairs representing each place with each one showing 10 times larger.  Ending with Mrs. Peery's chair which represented a million.  She then read the book, "How Much Is a Million?" to the students.
Then the students were given a challenge to color one million tiny squares on graph paper.  Wednesday afternoon the students gathered together to see if they had one million and to get a great visual for how much a million really is!!

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