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November 2020

Meadow Brook Crystal Apple Winner

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Thu, 11/12/2020 - 13:32
Attributions: 
Sarah Ledingham
Meadow Brook Crystal Apple Winner

Kelsey Mortenson, a 6th grade teacher, was awarded the Crystal Apple this week. She is a great teacher, and we are blessed to have her at Meadow Brook Elementary. This is what her teammates said about her:

Top 10 Things We Love About Kelsey

  1. Kelsey makes us laugh - she is funny and fun to be around!

  2. Kelsey looks out for our team - she makes sure we are all on the same page and that we all have what we need to be successful.

Reflection Participants

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Wed, 11/11/2020 - 14:24
Attributions: 
Sarah Ledingham
Reflection Participants

We love all of The Arts at Meadow Brook Elementary. We had many who participated in Reflections, and shared their talents with all of us. Keep up the good work, Mustangs!

2nd Graders Share Their Cultures

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Tue, 11/10/2020 - 11:45
Attributions: 
Sienna Glenn
2nd Graders Share Their Cultures

This week 2nd graders learned about Utah culture and had a chance to share about their own cultures!  Our second grade had many different cultures to share and teach about and we loved seeing and hearing about each child’s culture! 

4th Graders are BRIGHT!

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Tue, 11/10/2020 - 11:41
Attributions: 
Jessika Anderson
4th Graders are BRIGHT!

Mrs. Anderson's 4th-grade class has been enjoying science this year. We have been learning all about what energy is, how it is transferred, and how we use it in our everyday lives. The Springville Power Department sent each 4th grader a booklet and a pencil about electrical circuits and safety. It was great to connect what we are learning to our everyday lives and our community!

Monster Mix-Up

Submitted by sarah.ledingham on Fri, 11/06/2020 - 09:23
Attributions: 
Kelsey Mortensen
Monster Mix-Up

6th graders had the chance to draw a monster, and then describe it. All of the descriptions were shuffled to different classes and other students had to draw what they read in the description. Students got together to see how well they described their monsters and tried to match them. It was a fun writing and art project to see the importance of good details.   

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