Students and faculty at Mapleton Elementary were treated to a very special Magic Show sponsored by Ken Garff, "It Pays to Read" program.
Mapleton Elementary students have been brushing up on their reading strategies. We are pleased to award our "Radical Readers" for their good example to others and a reminder to all of us to keep reading! The more you read the more you love it and the better you will be at reading! We would like all students to become a "Radical Reader". Congratulations to the following students pictured here from left to right:
Row # 1 seated Abbie Alleman, Jonah Rees, Shelby Nobuhara and Riley Dunston
On a beautiful fall day , Jake Harward of Harward Farms arrived at Mapleton Elementary with a gift for every student in the School. Each student was presented with their very own pumpkin. Students lined up with smiles on their faces and a big thanks to Mr. Harward for being so generous. It didn't matter what size they received, they were cheerful and willing to carry their pumpkin all the way to class. Teachers and studentscame up with great ideas for using pumpkins in class and sending them home. They were carved, sorted, cut open and seeds counted, decorated and carried home. Mr.
The faculty at Mapleton Elementary School is a united group. Everyone got together to show off their true colors on game day.
Their appears to be one group of faculty members who are greatly out numbered! What do you think?
Brad Brinkerhoff was recently awarded the "Golden Apple Award" . Brad is a great example of service to his family and community. He has influenced hundreds of students over the past 32 years here at Mapleton Elementary. His students remember him for his patience and calm attitude and of course his famous Charlie Brown sketches on the chalkboard.