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Smart Art

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The students who participate in the Smart Arts after school program were working hard yesterday on their scenery sketches!

Second Grade Field Trip to Jaker's Pumpkin Patch

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2nd Grade Teachers

The second grade students at Meadow Brook were so lucky to spend the day at Jaker's pumpkin patch on October 13.  We had fun in the corn pit, in the hay mazes, climbing, and seeing the animals.  Some of us even went on a tractor ride.  Before coming back to the school, each student got to pick out the perfect pumpkin.  It was a fun day!

Fourth Grade Goes to Camp Floyd

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Gabriel Delgado, 4th Grade Student

At Camp Floyd, we learned a lot about how the people in the military survived in 1857. We learned how fast the army men could load their muskets and cock them (20 sec). But our director loaded his musket slowly so we could see how they did it. He also fired it!  This camp is a military camp, so instead of raising our hands, the director had us stand up and salute until he saluted back. I guess that was just as normal as raising our hands in a military camp, but it was pretty weird to us!

Mustangs Making Good Habits

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AnJalee Burningham

For October, the school will be working on Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind.  On Friday, the students learned the importance of having a plan and setting goals.  A person that 'begins with the end in mind' is always prepared and thinks about the choices they make and how those choices influence their life.  If you would like to encourage the 7 Habits in your home, this month you can talk to your kids about what career they would like when they grow up.

Second Grade Super Stars

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Lena Bird

We have such amazing second graders!  It was hard to choose who would represent our grade as students of the month for September.  The students that were chosen are doing such a good job at following school and classroom rules and being great friends.  Congratulations to: Isai Lopez, Bella Uresk, Bryce Hopkins, Brynlee West, Kami Price, Samantha Harris, Peyton Werry, Eli Oswald, Samara Aguayo, Easton Conrad, Georgia Hodges, and Corbin Robinson.  Also, congratulations to all of the students in 2nd grade who earned their bronze belt buckles for fast facts!  Great job!!

Health and Safety Week Day 5

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Ali Marshall

Race To School Day was today.  Our last event for Health and Safety Week, as well as our kick off for the Mustang Stampede Fun Run.  What a fun week these kids have had!  There were so many fun and fabulous costumes!  Thank you everyone for participating, we hope you had a fun, safe, and healthy week!!  Today's winners are Dawson McGee and Skylar Skuza.

Also, Springville High School was so amazing today and sent several Red Devil athletes to our school to help with our "race to school" day.  They helped kids through the obstacle course and passed out prizes.  Thanks SHS!

Health and Safety Week Day 4

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Ali Marshall

What fun costumes and creative ideas today!  Choosing winners has been so hard!  We are so glad that so many kids have participated.  Today's winners are: Nathan Gomez, Derik Shively, Benjamin Gomez, Paisley Bell, and Estin Oswald.  Don't forget to come ready to run tomorrow!!

Health and Safety Week Day 3

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Ali Marshall

Way to give junk food and soda the "boot" today Meadow Brook!  Holy cow, we had so many awesome cowgirls and cowboys today!  Todays winners are: Braden Bascom, Hayden Marshall, Hayden Ellis, and Clara Banks.  Our first place winner was Miss Ledingham.  Thanks everyone for participing!  Don't forget to dress like an Olympic Athlete tomorrow!

Health and Safety Week Day 2

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Ali Marshall

So many awesome costumes today!  It was hard to choose.  Thank you to all of the students who dressed up.  Our winners today were: Josh Palmer (personal trainer/boxer), Kylee Pope (a service dog), Dallin Johnson (a Questar Safety guy), and Annalise Callister (healthy food making chef).  Mustangs- Don't forget to dress up in your western wear tomorrow as we focus on giving junk food and soda "the boot".  

Fabulous Sixth Graders

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Jessica Gregory

We have some great sixth grade students!  They have been working hard to pass off their math fluency assessments and be good examples to their fellow classmates.  Good work 6th graders!!

 

 

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