Faculty Fun Facts

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Student Council

A few fun facts about our Priincipal Mrs. Peery.

1.  Mrs. Peery grew up on a farm and would take her cows to livestock shows and fairs through 4-H.

2.  Mrs. Peery can speak American Sign Language and worked for a while as an interpreter as well as a teacher.

3.  Mrs. Peery danced in high school and college and performed in a parade in Japan, at a college in Korea, and in Jamaica and on a Carnival cruise ship.

Faculty Fun Facts

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Student Council

A few fun facts about our 1st grade teacher Miss Carr.

1.  She went to 7 different schools during her childhood.

2.  She has been to the very 1st Chick-Fil-A restaurant.

3.  She loves wearing fun pants.

Faculty Fun Facts

Attributions: 
Student Council

A few fun facts about our Psychologist Mrs. Forbush.

1.  She went on a vacation to Tahiti this summer.

2.  She met her husband on a blind date.

3.  She likes to do magic tricks.

 

Faculty Fun Facts

Attributions: 
Student Council

A few fun facts about our speech teacher Mrs. Caswell.

1.  She has ran a marathon

2.  She loves the beach

3.  She loves to travel.

 

Faculty Fun Facts

Attributions: 
Student Council

A few fun facts about our 1st grade teacher Miss Thompson.

1.  She has been swimming with dolphins

2.  She has been to Israel

3.  She is obsessed with waterfalls and has repelled down them despite being terrified of heights.

Student of the Week for February- Helpful

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

Mrs. Jones PTA Service Award

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On February 15th, our school hosted the Area PTA meeting where Mrs. Christine Jones was awarded the PTA Service Award for 2017. Mrs. Jones has dedicated 37 years to teaching and her many teaching talents, love of music, passion for patriotism, caring patience and more have helped her touch hundreds of childrens' lives. Congratulations Mrs. Jones! She is pictured here with her husband Paul who wrote a touching tribute that is attached as well. 

Reading Assembly

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Kristin Northcutt

Mapleton Elementary was one of the first schools in the state to reach 1 millions minutes of reading recorded with Road to Success.  The students received an assembly with a magician as a reward for all of the reading they have done and recorded.  Keep up the good work students!!

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