Mapleton honors local Veteran's

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Friday was an extra special day at Mapleton Elementary! Five local Veterans visited each grade level where students showed their gratitude through hundreds of cards written, posters made, poems and songs performed, and even salutes and many rounds of applause. It was a humbling experience as these men briefly shared their stories of service and received the warm "welcomes" and "thank yous" from Mapleton students. Even as the Veteran's were leaving and waved goodbye to those in the lunchroom, students stood, cheered and clapped showing their respect and appreciation.

Choosing to be Kind - October Students of the Week

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Kristin Northcutt

Our theme this year is "Choose to make a Difference," and this term we are focusing on "choosing to be kind." Each week during this month our teachers have picked out a student in their class that they see showing kindness here at school.  Make sure to look at all three pictures for the month of October, showing all of our students of the week showing kindness. 

Road To Success Winners

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Kristin Northcutt

Congratulations to our October Road to Success winners.  These students were the top readers in their class and received a book of their choice.  Mapleton School students have read over 450,000 minutes so far this year.  Way to go students!

Student Council 2016-2017

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Kristin Northcutt

 

Introducing our Mapleton Elementary Student Council for 2016-2017 school year.Back row L to R:  Jessi Macias, Lincoln Chase, Morgan Pratt, Mandy Snyder, Jess Esquivel, Shelby NobuharaMiddle row L to R:  Laura Hammer, Isaac Wright, Gwen Dyer, Jake Holmes Bryten Belka Britta BrobergFront row L to R:  Ali Johnson, Samantha Northcutt, Tate Robertson, Charley McCoy, Lydia BradfordMissing from photo:  Ali Flake

These students are excited to "Make a Difference" at Mapleton Elementary this year!

 

Halloween

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We had a fun filled day at Mapleton Elementary celebrating Halloween.  We started the day with a Halloween Parade of the faculty and students, with many parents here to watch, and the students were able to see each other and all of the costumes.  

Scholastic Book Fair

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We are excited to have the Scholastic Book Fair going on this week. It will be open Tuesday - Friday and during both evenings of parent conferences. The money that comes to the school from the book fair fundraiser helps buy books and other supplies that teachers need to enhance instruction in their classrooms. 

Learning with Pumpkins

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Rachel Hansen

Mrs. Hansen's 6th grade class were wondering if the size of pumpkin determined the amount of seeds. They calculated the volume and then counted the seeds. Turns out, the two aren't related at all.

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