BYU Invention Convention

Mapleton Elementary was well represented at the BYU Invention Convention. We had there Mapleton Mountaineers compete: Lucy Wright and Scout Chase (not pictured) who won 2nd place overall with their project, and Caleb Woolford, who won 3rd place overall. Congratulations!!!

March Students of the Month

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These students were selected by their teacher as Students of the Month for March. They have been great examples of Mapleton Mountaineers by being safe, respectful and responsible. We appreciate all of our students who are climbing higher every day!

Cowboy Poetry Assembly

Yee haw! These city-slickers were treated to a good old fashion cowboy poetry assembly. They were taken back to the wild west as they watched roping tricks and listened to good ole' cowboy poetry. What fun!

Ballet West

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Ballet West visited us today and put on a great assembly! They showed what a typical warm up looks like, had students come up and try some turns and leaps, and then did a shortened version of the Nutcracker.

Energy Star Award

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Did you know that at Mapleton Elementary we care about conserving energy and due to superior energy performance, we were just awarded the Energy STAR award? That means we used 35%  less energy and generated 35% fewer greenhouse gas emissions than similar buildings throughout the state. Way to go employees!

Lagoon Education Foundation Fundraiser

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For the 2018 season, Lagoon will be introducing the “Summer Fever Fundraiser." We are hoping to seize the excitement for summer by giving students and families a jump start on summer fun at Lagoon. The Summer Fever Fundraiser will offer an exclusive discount to Utah school families, and the Education Foundations will reap the benefits. Details in image.

Kindy 500

Drivers start your engines! The Kindy 500 was full of adventures. They visited famous landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty, the Liberty Bell, and the Lincoln Memorial. All the kindergarten students arrived in style! The Mapleton City Police were here to issue tickets just in case! What a great learning opportunity for the students.

Big Budah Visit

Mapleton Elementary students won the Road to Success Dr. Seuss Read-on-thon and were rewarded with a visit from Big Budah with Fox13News.  Our students read a total of 308,500 minutes during that one week, more than any other elementary school in Utah! Mrs. Jensen's second grade class had the most minutes for grades K-3 and Mr. Groneman's fifth grade class read the most for grades 4-6, earning them a spot on the stage with Big Buddah. We are so proud of all the reading that the students did. Thank you for all the encouragement and support at home!

Mrs. Barth presents at National Conference

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Our very own Mrs. Barth was selected and invited to present at the National Science Teacher's Asssociation Conference in Atlanta, Georgia this past weekend. She was able to share with thousands of other educators from across the country the work she did for her Master's thesis while teaching 4th grade a few years ago on creating water chambers to generate clean and usable water. Way to go Mrs. Barth!!

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