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"Truly Magnificent Brooms"

Attributions: 
Erin Jolley
"Truly Magnificent Brooms"

1st graders are getting excited for Halloween! During library time we read Room on the Broom, by Julia Donaldson, and talked about ways the witch and her friends showed kindness to each other. Students then worked hard to design their own “truly magnificent brooms” and drew the friends they would make room for.

 

A Walk in the Canyon

Attributions: 
Diana Gonzalez
A Walk in the Canyon

We had a beautiful day walking in Provo Canyon. There were so many wonder out things to see. Waterfalls, little pools of water, leaves, fishermen, and even the Heber Creeper train stopped when we were getting ready to go home. It is one of the best days ever.

Sign Up NOW for SEPs (Parent-Teacher Conferences)

Sign Up NOW for SEPs (Parent-Teacher Conferences)

As a school we look forward to having the opportunity to sit down with you and your student to review your student's progress and to set goals.

SignUp Genius no longer allows us to create a sign-up for 750 students, so we have had to split the sign-up into two:

K-2nd Grade Sign-Up:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c054aafac2aabf58-k2nd
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Making It Rain

Attributions: 
Jessika Anderson
Making It Rain

Students in Mrs. Anderson's class discovered more about the process of precipitation within the water cycle. Students used shaving cream, colored water, and eye droppers to fill a "cloud" full of water to see what the result was. They found that when a cloud gets heavy and full of water, the water falls back to earth as rain, snow, hail or sleet. We are learning so many new things in 4th grade this year!

Something to Smile About!

Attributions: 
Paris Stewart
Something to Smile About!

2nd grade is getting excited. 2nd graders just finished learning how to write a narrative story. Students capped off this accomplishment by writing about a time they were excited. They then colored a cover page, each with a huge smiley face on front!

 

   

The Night Sky

Attributions: 
Morgan Peterson
The Night Sky

2nd graders have started learning about the night sky. Today we started learning about the rotation of the moon. Next we will be talking about the phases!  The weather forecast shows clear skies for the next week, so head outside tonight and check the moon out!

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