School News

State Wrestling Champion

Attributions: 
Stacey Holmes

We would like to recognize and congratulate one of our 2nd grade students in Mrs. Jensen's class.  Hixon Canto won the state championship for his division in wrestling this year.  Way to go Hixon!!!  

Dental Health Presentation

Attributions: 
Ginnie Snyder

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.

 

4th Grade Hogwarts Sorting Ceremony

Attributions: 
Emily Blaisdell

The fourth grade had their official Hogwarts Sorting Ceremony on Wednesday, January 22nd.  Former Hogwarts students in fifth grade cheered the newly sorted fourth graders into their houses.  Future Hogwarts students, the third graders, were invited to the ceremony as well.

4th Grade Rendezvous

Attributions: 
Emily Blaisdell

On January 17th, the fourth grade students had a blast at the annual fourth grade Rendezvous.  The Rendezvous celebrates excellent student behavior during term two, where students worked hard to earn 'beaver skins'.  Students enjoyed learning all about Utah's Mountain Men.  Students were able to spend their beaver skins at various stations, including games, a Mountain Man photo booth, and a trading post.  The fourth grade teachers are especially grateful to the Rymer family for loaning us the beautiful furs students were able to use for the photo booth.

1st & 2nd Grade Celebrate 100 Days of School

Attributions: 
Ginnie Snyder

Friday marked the 100th day of School for Students at Mapleton Elementary. It was a very busy week.  Students entered the school as they traditionally have for the last 15 years, through a big 100 set up each year by our First Grade Teachers. Thanks to Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Abbott, Miss Thompson and Mrs. Snyder.  We also appreciate the help of Mr. Snyder.     The following pictures are of our students in front of the 100,  with various activities during the day!   Classes, hunted for 100 candy kisses around the room, placing them on a 100's board to insure all were found.  Mrs.

White Ribbon Week Prize Winners

Attributions: 
Ginnie Snyder

Thanks to our Wonderful Mapleton PTA   for hosting a great "White Ribbon:" , internet awareness week.  Students were kept busy all week earning tickets for prizes.  On Monday they dressed up with hoodies, to remember to cover their heads when using the internet.  Tuesday they dressed as another person to remind them people aren't always who they appear to be on the internet,  Wednesday they wore their shirts inside out, Thursday was wear a tie day and Friday was wear as much white as possible.     Students earned tickets for doing many important things, such as talking to their parents abou

Job Shadowing

Attributions: 
Stacey Holmes

We were excited to see many 7th grade students at Mapleton Elementary on Friday, January 31.  They were here Job Shadowing with many of the teachers at the school.  The 7th grade students have the opportunity to take one day a year to learn more about a career that they are interested in.  We were happy to see many familiar faces here at the school once again.  We have great teachers here at Mapleton Elementary, and this was shown by how many students were back here to shadow their teachers from previous years.

White Ribbon Week

Attributions: 
Stacey Holmes

We are excited about our first ever White Ribbon Week at Mapleton Elementary!  Also known as Internet Safety Week, this week is designed to help children make smart choices in media and online.  Our theme this year is "I've Got the Power!"  While we and our children may not have the power over everything that is on the Internet and other media, we DO have the power to decide what we will view, post and pass on to others.

Bright Ideas

Attributions: 
Carol Day

Bright Ideas Saturdays 

Saturdays February 8, March 8, March 29 2014 Check in 8:15-8:30 pick up12:00

Larsen Elementary in Spanish Fork 1175 East Flonette Ave (300 S.)

Cost: $15 per class $35 for all three

  • For bright and motivated children grades K-6

  • classroom instruction & challenging activities designed to

    develop creativity and critical thinking skills

  • due to high demand late registration usually cannot be

    accepted

  • Please do not drop your child off before 8:15, doors do not

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