Mapleton Students at the "Utah State Elementary Debate"

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Jacob Ward and Mason Jones participated in the Utah State Elementary Debate Division I on April 26, 2012 at Hill Crest High School The resolution debated was "RESOLVED: THAT THE STATE OF UTAH SHOULD PROVIDE INCENTIVES TO INCREASE THE CONSUMPTION OF LOCALLY PRODUCED FOODS AS A MEANS TO REDUCE ENERGY USE AND IMPROVE AIR QUALITY."

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Ginnie Snyder

"Wonderful Writers"

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Teachers have chosen the following students to receive and award for being  " Wonderful writers" . We are pleased that these students have been "Doing Their Best" as writers. They work consistently each day to become better writers as well as enjoy the writing process. Keep up the good work everyone!  It has been a great year. Best wishes to the following students and their parents:

Row 1 seated: from left to right: Camdyn Marker, Bronson Frye, Olivia Aanerud and Lauren Spilker.
Row 2 : Jake Holmes, Mauri Ashman, Megan Jewett and Skylar Denison.

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Ginnie Snyder

"Outstanding Service Award"

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 Laurie has been the librarian here at Mapleton Elementary School for the past 7 years.  She joined our staff and has given her time and effort faithfully. Laurie is the librarian of not one but two libraries. She has added her special touch to every wall and bookcase in our school.

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Ginnie Snyder

5th Grade Wax Museum

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It is always great to see our 5th Grade students in the Wax Museum. Mapleton Staff and students were treated to many different people from history.  Students choose someone they are interested in and then study about their life, write a short sketch which they memorize to tell others about their character. Thanks to all the teachers and students for their effort and fine performance.
Pictured here are many of our 5th grade students, including a picture #1 of Jacie Peterson and her twins sisters Sienna and Oaklie who are students in 1st grade.

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Ginnie Snyder

Kindy 500

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Kindergarten students paraded the halls of Mapleton Elementary while all other students lined up to see students in their very clever forms of transportation which included cars, trucks, planes and other vehicles.  Students were told about their country by great volunteers and enjoyed activities throughout the day. Pictured here are the parading students and volunteers telling them about America.

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Ginnie Snyder