RED AND WHITE RIBBON WEEK!! January 23-27, 2017.
We want to teach our students how to make healthy choices for their mind and for their body. We will teach them to protect themselves from things that are addictive.....drugs and online behaviors.
Monday- Team Up to Keep Our Minds and Bodies Healthy...Team Day-wear your favorite team gear or your school shirt!
Tuesday- Give Drugs and Bad Media the Boot....Western day- wear jeans, cowboy boots, bandanas....!
A few fun facts about our secretary Mrs. Gordon
1. She lives in Spanish Fork with her 3 sons and her husband. She has lived in Utah her entire life.
2. She loves chocolate with carmel and loves cinnamon bears covered in chocolate.
3. She loves to travel. She has been France, austria, Slovakia and Czechoslovakia. She wants to go to Hawaii.
Students from Mapleton and Hobble Creek Elementary showed their musical skills on their string instruments last night for their winter concert. These students have been practicing several mornings a week before school and have already learned so much. There were many fun pieces played, including some fiddle work and several solos.
Our theme this year is "Choose to make a Difference," and this term we are focusing on "Gratitude." Each week during this month our teachers have picked out a student in their class that they see showing gratitude here at school. Make sure to look at all of the pictures for the month of November, showing all of our students of the week showing gratitude.
5th and 6th graders in the after school TEC club were able to show their robotic programming skills during today's competition. Students had to design and program their robot to trace a curved line, turn around at the end and return to home spot. The first place winners this time were Andrew Green and Lincoln Chase. What a great partnership with BYU Engineering Education dept.