School News

Thankful Little Turkeys

Ginnie Snyder

Mrs. Snyder's First Grade Class enjoyed making paper bag turkey center pieces for  their parents as a Thanksgiving surprise.  Students shown here are excited to get their turkeys home!  Great job Students.  Mrs. Snyder was sad that this is the last time she will get to make these and she is surely going to miss all her "little turkeys" next year!

First Grade Holiday Fun

Ginnie Snyder

It's been a very busy holiday season for the First Grade students.  They started our with a trip to the Nutcracker at the Covey Center. They all looked so great dressed up for the event.  Everyone did a great job showing their best manners also.  We appreciated Intermountain Health Care who contributed to the Provo Civic Ballet Directed by Jenny Creer-King.  Pictured here are students, with their parents and teachers.  After the event students returned to their classes and constructed life size nutcrackers to take home.  They all did their best and we are proud of them.

Successful Clothing Drive

Ginnie Snyder

Thanks to everyone who so generously donated clothing to our annual clothing drive which was organized by our great Student Council ! We appreciate being part of a caring community. Pictured here are student council members from left to right:  Rebecca Whyte, Zoey Livingston, Aubree Robinson, Blythe Sumsion, Grant Gutke, Collin Jensen, Easton Liddiard, Hope Anderson, Chloe Watson, Emma Swenson, Indy Woodward, Ash Lowe and Dilan Christensen .  These students are also doing an awesome  job on morning announcements!

First Grade Town Walk

Ginnie Snyder

Each year students in the First grade here at Mapleton Elementary take what is called a "Town Walk. They  are having a first hand experience to learn about their community. Mapleton City staff are always so  accommodating   in setting up the visits with each department as are those who donate their time to come and help students learn about the great city where they live!  Camille Brown schedules the Library, police, ambulance, fire station and Mayor Wall, to spend time explaining what the City of Mapleton provides.  We want to thank everyone for all they do.

Mapleton Elementary Radical Readers

Ginnie Snder

Congratulations to our Ken Garff Radical readers for the Month of November.  Each student chose a special reward from the Treasure box. Thanks students for making reading a priority!
We also appreciate those students who return their reading charts and log minutes on line.
Keep reading everyone and enjoy your Thanksgiving break!l

Row #1 left to right  Seated
    Ella Handcock, Ryan West, Mitch Robertson,Meg Eaton and Isaac Nielsen

Row #2    Jeanette Griffin, Elizabeth Wheeler, Colton Oman, Joe Nedesky, Raylei Back ,Megan  Jewett

Parent/Teacher Resouce for ADHD

Shannon Bennett

Nebo School District will be presenting Randy F. Hyde, Ph.D.  

Founder of Preferred Family Clinic

"ADHD:  Just What Do Those Four Letters Mean?"

Who is invited:  All teachers and parents of students who struggle with ADHD and its accompanying challenges.

Date:  November 19, 2013

Time:    7:00 p.m.

Cost:     Free

Place:     Spanish Fork High School Auditorium

MMHS Football Players Read With Students at Mapleton Elementary

Ginnie Snyder

The football players from Maple Mountain High School came to Mapleton Elementary to read with our students.  The football players are active in being positive role models to the elementary students in the area.  The students enjoyed having the football players come in and talk to and read to them.  Thanks MMHS Football Players!!!

Halloween At Mapleton Elementary

Celeste Gledhill

Lots of fun was had by all at Mapleton Elementary this Halloween!  I am sure that the students enjoyed seeing all of the faculty dressed up in costumes.  You also have the chance to see our faculty all dressed up for Halloween.  Scroll through the pictures and enjoy seeing the fun faculty we have here at Mapleton Elementary.

Thank You Mapleton Elementary Faculty for making it a great day!!!!