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Egyptian Museum ~ Mrs. Emery's Class

Submitted by julie.knight on Wed, 11/20/2019 - 11:25
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Egyptian Museum ~ Mrs. Emery's Class

Mrs. Emery's class had the opportunity to celebrate their research, hard work, dedication, and group efforts to present an Ancient Egyptian Museum to the other 6th grade classes, as well as Mrs. Northcutt! The students immersed themselves in their given topics about ancient egypt, with the options being technology and science, culture and daily life, economics and government, architecture, and religion. It was so inspiring to watch the students learn and grow these past 6 weeks, researching and discussing ancient Egyptian culture and how it has impacted our lives today.

Brandon Mull Came To Visit!!

Submitted by julie.knight on Wed, 11/20/2019 - 11:20
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Cheryl Thurgood
Brandon Mull Came To Visit!!

Brandon Mull, the author of Fablehaven, The Beyonders, Dragon Watch, and lots of other Fantastic fantasy books came to our School! The kids were beyond excited. Some of the kids were even able to have their books signed by him that they had ordered. So happy we get such incredible people at Mapleton. 

Reflections Region Awards of Merit & Excellence

Submitted by julie.knight on Fri, 11/15/2019 - 13:28
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Reflections Region Awards of Merit & Excellence

CONGRATULATIONS TO THESE INCREDIBLE KIDS!!!

These kids took the theme, " Look Within" to another level this year. Not only did our school get to enjoy their amazing work, but the entire Region did as well.  Keep up the good work! You can do anything, you put your mind to. 

Region Award of Excellence Winners: Landon Frampton, Emma Thorpe, Claire Trimble, Mackenzie Woolford 

Region Award of Merit Winners: Ada Dyer, Claire Reschke, Maddie Reschke, Riley Thorpe, Claire Trimble, Paul Ward 

 

 

 

 

Visit from a NASA Advisor!

Submitted by julie.knight on Fri, 11/15/2019 - 12:19
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Visit from a NASA Advisor!

Mr. Austin came to visit Mrs. Emery's 6th Grade class. He helped them learn more about the phases of the moon, the solar system, and what he does in order to advise NASA on their space explorations!!! It was amazing!!! 

Veterans Day Visits - 4th Grade

Submitted by julie.knight on Wed, 11/13/2019 - 15:27
Veterans Day Visits - 4th Grade

4th grade had a special visitor to celebrate Veterans Day.  Mr.Dennis Tuckett (Mrs Christensen’s Dad) served as a Naval officer during the Vietnam war.  He told stories and answered questions about his military service. The students gave him their respectful attention and thank you cards.     Thank you so much for your honorary service !!! 

 

Gratitude Week - Nov. 18-22

Submitted by julie.knight on Tue, 11/12/2019 - 15:06
Gratitude Week - Nov. 18-22

Gratitude Week is coming up!! We will have bins at both school entrances for you to place the items that you have chose to donate.  Listed below are a few suggestions of a few items :

Food Items: Easy Mac & Cheese, Mac & Cheese Bowls, Cup O'Noodles, Granola Bars, & Fruit Snacks. 

Hygiene Items: Tooth brushes, Toothpaste, Deodorant, Shampoo & Conditioner (travel size)

Clothing Items: New socks, New Underwear, New Gloves, New Winter Hats, Coats. 

Shark Tank!! - Miss Belknaps Math Enrichment

Submitted by julie.knight on Tue, 11/12/2019 - 15:06
Shark Tank!! - Miss Belknaps Math Enrichment

Mrs. Belknaps Math Enrichment class recently finished their 'shark tank' project. Each group of students had to come up with a product that helped solve a common problem and present it to the 'sharks', Miss Belknap and Mrs. Northcutt. They did an awesome job of critically thinking and putting detail into their product designs and pitches. We definitely have some future entrepreneurs in 6th grade! 

(Photo credit: Miss Belknap)

Veterans Day ~ Gone but Never Forgotten

Submitted by julie.knight on Mon, 11/11/2019 - 09:16
Veterans Day ~ Gone but Never Forgotten

"On this day let us solemnly remember the sacrifices of all those who fought so valiantly, on the seas, in the air, and on foreign shores, to preserve our heritage of freedom, and let us reconsecrate ourselves to the task of promoting and enduring peace so that their efforts shall not have been in vain"   -Dwight Eisenhower

May we NEVER forget what a privilege it is to honor our flag!!! 

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