School News

Parent/Teacher Resouce for ADHD

Attributions: 
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

Attributions: 
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

Attributions: 
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!!!!

Third Grade Students Bringing History to Life

Attributions: 
Carol Day

 

Mapleton Third Grade Students Brought History to Life  As a culminating event for the art project students performed four plays about the characters and events of life in Mapleton.  Harriet Hatfield, John Holley, Elmer, and the Ute Legend of the visit of the Great Spirit were portrayed.  Parents and students laughed and learned about our heritage.    The art project was made possible through a grant from the Utah Division of Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

 

Book Fair

Attributions: 

Mapleton Elementary will be holding our fall book fair on October21st through the 24th.   We invite you to come to the school and take a look at the books that are available.  The book fair will be in room 12 by the front office.

Book Fair Schedule:

Monday: 9:00am - 3:30 pm

Tuesday: 8:30am - 3:30 pm

Wednesday: 8:30am - 6:00 pm  Come during SEP's

Thursday: 8:30am - 8:00 pm  Come during SEP's

 

 

PTA Service Award Given to Norma McConnell

Attributions: 
Ginnie Snyder

 Teachers appreciate the dedication and kindness Norma gives each day to her work. Norma takes the time to talk to the students about taking care of the restrooms and the class rooms. She started a program of rewarding students for helping in the classroom, by personally making wonderful Calendar charts with decorative stickers which she posts on the front white board. Each day she puts a sticker on the chart if students have picked up pencils and paper and cleaned up. Then at the end of each month she leaves the students a small treat to show her appreciation to them for their help.

Mapleton Third Grade Students Bring Mapleton History to Life

Attributions: 
Carol Day

 

Mapleton Third Grade Students bring Mapleton History to Life.    Storyteller, Lora Schmidt, is working with the third grade students to create plays from a book compiled by Eric Brinkerhoff: "Mapleton Folks Tales".  This art project is made possible by a grant from the Utah Division of Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.  They will perform the plays Friday Oct. 18 at 2:30 in the school auditorium.

 

Hiking Field Trip to Whiting Campground

Attributions: 
Sheri Jensen & Karlee Hansen

On October 1the second and sixth grade classes at Mapleton Elementary went on a hiking field trip to the Whiting Campground.  The hike was a seven mile round trip where they looked for signs of fall.  When they reached the campground they had the opportunity to do art and science activities.  Everyone had a wonderful time!

Coat and Blanket Give Away

Attributions: 
Shannon Bennett

Tabitha’s Way will be hosting a coat and blanket give away on October 26th from 9 am to Noon at the Spanish Fork Veterans Memorial Hall. Anyone in need of a coat or blanket is welcome to come and pick one up. Please spread the word to any one you know that may be in need of one.

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