Artist in Residence

Submitted by stacey.holmes on Mon, 11/14/2011 - 11:13

Mapleton Elementary third grade students learned to use water color paints with Terrece Beesley, a water color artist who is on the Arts in Education panel for the Utah Division of Arts and Museums.  She was in residence from Oct 3 to 17 Monday Wednesdays and Fridays. Parents  came learn a water color technique from their child on Tuesday October 17.  
     Students  learned about the element of color and the properties of 

Carol Day

A very Busy Week

Submitted by ginnie.snyder on Sun, 11/06/2011 - 20:53

 It was a very busy week at Mapleton Elementary School! Parents, teachers and students were delighted to be able to Celebrate Halloween in full costume.  Students enjoyed learning activities centered around the holiday along with a school wide parade! Students paraded through the school to the "Monster Mash" and a medely of other Halloween songs. Parents lined the Hallways and enjoyed the fun. The biggest surprise of all was our Principal, Celeste Gledhill, Facilitator,Darlene Christensen and office staff, Anita Stewart and Teresa Simkins,all dressed as Hippies.

Ginnie Snyder and Grade Level Teams

Magic Show

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 10/18/2011 - 00:00

Students and faculty at Mapleton Elementary  were treated to a very special Magic Show sponsored by Ken Garff, "It Pays to Read" program.

"Radical Readers"

Submitted by stacey.holmes on Fri, 10/14/2011 - 00:00

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

A Gift of Pumpkins

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 10/13/2011 - 05:00

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.