School News

Storytelling Festival

Attributions: 
Carol Day

Third grade field trip to Timpanogos Storytelling Festival August 29.  Third grade students heard stories from Reggie and Kim Harris about freedom and from Donald Davis about his family going to the carnival. They ate lunch at Canyon Glen Park before returning to school.

"One Hundred Miler Club"

Attributions: 
Ginnie Snyder

Students at Mapleton Elementary have been striving  to meet the requirements for the "One Hundred Miler Club" They had to run or walk 100 miles here at school.  We congratulate those who made it ! Pictured here from left to right are those students who were able to be in the picture. We also Congratulate those who are not pictured here.

Row# 1: Seated: Jeanette Griffin, Crew Hamilton,Hunter Eddy, Rachel Groberg

Row #2; Axeton Anderson, Isaac Jacobson, Shyanne Christensen, Madi Orton, Andisyn Ball, Lauren,Hannah Johnson.

1st Grade Field Trip

Attributions: 
Ginnie Snyder

Mapleton School First Graders took their final field trip of this year, to learn about our area Grocery store and Post Office.  Fresh Market in Spanish Fork welcomed First Grade Students, teachers and parents to a wonderful rotation teaching them all about healthy eating. Students were taught about some time foods and anytime foods.  Eating healthy is important. As they were shown the different areas of the Market they were given samples of foods good for them, such as grains, protein, fruits and veggies.

Crystal Apple Award

Attributions: 
Ginnie Snyder

 Congratulations to Mrs. Katie Barth, Mapleton Elementary School's Crystal Apple Award Recipient for 2012-2013. The award was presented to Katie by Craig Harvey of Horace Mann Company. Katie was chosen to received the award from a survey and vote of her peers at Mapleton Elementary. We honor her for all her excellent teaching practices and contributions to our school.. The following pictures were taken of Mrs. Barth with Craig and the other picture of Katie by herself.

Ken Garff Super Readers

Attributions: 
Ginnie Snyder

Reading is important and these students at Mapleton Elementary School, know just how important it is!  Each class teacher selects a student that shows evidence of great progress and good reading habits.

These children are making progress here at school as well as at home.  It is parents and teachers, the home and the school that are making a difference.  We appreciate the opportunity we have to recognize  students through the Ken Garff, " It Pays to Read Program"  Congratulations to the following students and their parents for this honor!

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