Mapleton Elementary students in the First and Second grades celebrated the 100th day of school in style. Students brought a wonderful variety of 100's collections. First grade students go on a grade level walk to see what everyone brought. It is always amazing to see the different choices for items to collect. There are marbles, candies of all shapes and sizes, money, paper clips, bugs and stickers. Thanks to parents for helping their students.
Teachers at Mapleton Elementary School chose students from their class to be
honored as this weeks "Sensational Scientists". These students are working in
science to " Do their Best" ! They are excited to learn more about this subject and
continue to participate in improving their learning skills! Congratulation students
continue to prepare yourselves for an wonderful future!
Pictured here from left to right: Row #1 Seated: Austin Willson, Audrey Taylor,
Jackson Heaps, Kennedy Tipetts.
Mapleton Elementary School completed their "Day of Service" Project this week. We
thank all those who donated time and money for the blankets which have been tied and
will be delivered to Primary Children's Medical Center. Every class participated on
finishing the quilts which were prepared and cut by many volunteers. There were over
60 quilts finished. Students saw clips from the hospital and stories of children who
were grateful to receive many of the quilts donated last year. Thanks goes out to
Mapleton Elementary School students have many talents. This week we are recognizing our "Awesome Artists". These individuals were selected by their teachers for their talent as artists in the classroom. We congratulate and hope to see these students continue to develop their talent. The artists pictured here from left to right are:
Row 1: Seated Rachel Whyte, Gavin Jensen and Raylene Keliliki.
Row 2: Sienna Peterson, Isaac Wright, Jonny Aldrad, Jaycie Peterson, Connor Larsen,
Hadley Denison and Reagan Aanerud.
This week we are honoring our "Radical Readers" here at Mapleton Elementary School.
Students are working to read each day and continue to make progress in reading. We
appreciate the example they are setting for other friends and classmates. They have
chosen reading as a priority in their studies. Congratulations to these students!
Pictured from left to right:
Row 1: Seated: Hannah Nackos, Mike Bennett and Ben Allgaier
Row 2: Noah Snyder, Gabby Bjarnson, Brenna Newell, Brady Muzquiz, Dorian Pead
and Paris NeVille.