Valentine Art

Attributions: 

During planning time last week,  students were able to create their own hearts inspired by Piet Mondriaan, a Dutch artist who worked in the US during the late 1930's and early 1940's. Thanks Mrs. Cluff for expanding students' knowledge about famous artists throughout the world. 

Helpful - Student's of the Week

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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 December and January, showing all of our students of the week being helpful. 

Watercolor

Attributions: 
Mr. Groneman

 

Mr. Groneman's class doing a Watercolor lesson from Mrs. Marsden.  They are integrating science on the topic of solid, liquid, and gas. 

 

Faculty Fun Facts

Attributions: 
Student Council

A few fun facts about our Special Ed technician Melinda Stickney.

1.  She loves to make quilts.

2.  She loves Christmas and decorating.

3.  She loves to read.

Faculty Fun Facts

Attributions: 
Student Council

A few fun facts about our 1st grade teacher Shannon Abbott.

1.  She has swam with dolphins in Mexico.

2.  She went on a zipline through a forest in Mexico.

3.  She has traveled to Europe.

Faculty Fun Facts

Attributions: 
Student Council

A few fun facts about our 4th grade teacher Lisa Christensen.

1.  She hiked to the top of Timpanogas Mountain

2.  She has 7 fairy gardens.

3.  She has lived in 8 different states.

Faculty Fun Facts

Attributions: 
Student Council

A few fun facts about our technician Kris Cox.

1.  She used to be a phlebotomist.

2. She loves Schnauzer dogs.

3.  She loves to go fishing.

Red and White Ribbon Week

Attributions: 
PTA

We had a great Red and White Ribbon week and hopefully the message of being Drug Free and Media Smart had an impact that will outlast the activities and spirit days from last week. We had a presentation from NetSmartz and I encourage you to visit www.netsmartz.org to learn more about how to keep children safe while using online resources or technology. 

6th-12th Online Coding Classes

Students ages 12–18 learn how to build web pages and write software. Students START at level 1 – JavaScript Game Design and increase in knowledge and experience with each course. Students learn at their own pace and have the option for one-on-one help. When a student completes the pathway program they will be prepared for AP and Concurrent Enrollment Computer Science courses and a great career.

Students 9th grade and above can advance by testing out of classes

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