Election Day for Miss Fosters class

For Election Day this year our class got into groups and wrote a proposition for a ballot. Some of the laws were the same so we made some of them the same law. We had a voting booth that Miss Foster made. We went in one at a time to vote on a Chromebook. Every person voted on each proposition and we got an I voted sticker. Later, Miss Foster showed us the results and all 4 turned into a law for our class for the month of November. It was really fun and we can’t wait to vote in a real election. 

Written and edited by: Olivia, Sophia, and Ryan

~ Mrs. Coates ~


Mrs. Coates is a new to our school and is a literacy coach.   Mrs. Coates' favorite childrens book is The Secret Garden. Her favorite vacation was Seattle, and Alaska. Mrs. Coates dream vacation is Tahiti. Her hobbies are gardening, pickleball, reading, quilting and exercising. Mrs. Coates has 4 children and six grandchildren. Mrs. Coates loves working at Mapleton Elementary because she loves working with kids and teachers, especially with literacy!!   We are so happy we get talented people like her.

~Mrs. Argyle~


Mrs. Argyle is our new P.E teacher. Her favorite childrens book is "Go Dog Go. " Her favorite vacation is Disneyland, and her favorite dream vacation is Tahiti.  Her favorite things to do are watch movies, play games,  and sports. She has 2 boys and her husband that she loves to spend time with. The reason she loves working at Mapleton Elementary is because of all the amazing kids we have here at the school. 

We LOVE having her here with us!! 

Parent Education Night


All invited to the #savethekids free Parent Education Night sponsored by Nebo School District on November 5, 2018, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Springville High audirorium at 1205 East 900 South in Springville, Utah.

Collin Kartchner and Dr. Katey McPherson will lead a discussion on:

  • Balancing screen time and device use,
  • Protecting and cultivating our children's self worth,
  • Devising a sensible family use of device plan.

Science Rocks!


As part of the Clarke Planetarium Outreach Program, we were able to have an assembly for the upper grades featuring cool experiments and connections with science. It was an engaging and fun assembly!

Book Fair


Fall Book Fair!!

Join us for an “Enchanting” time at our Fall Book Fair!

We will also be holding our first annual

Family Night

Wednesday, October 24th

6:00-7:00 p.m.

*Story Time     *Photo Booth    *Puppet Contest Winners    *Refreshements

Hope to see you all There!! 

Tulip Time!!


3rd Grade worked hard and planted tulips for our school. We are so excited to see what colors pop up in the spring. Thanks to our 3rd grade teachers who make school so fun!!!



4th Grade Olympic Games 2018


4th grade held an Olympic Games.  Students were assigned to teams.  They chose a country to represent, made flags, and competed in events such as running, hula hoop, crab walk, wheel barrow races, jump rope, and limbo.  They then held a closing ceremony complete with gold, silver, and bronze medals and the national anthem of each country.