B and D reversals

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and d are commonly confused by learners due to their similar shapes. Developing automaticity helps children quickly recognize the correct orientation of each letter. When students struggle to distinguish between 'b' and 'd', it slows down their reading process as they pause to decipher each letter. Automatic recognition allows them to read more fluently, leading to better reading.


A strategy to help with this skill is shown in the picture above!

Alyssa Powers

Join the Madness: Mustang March Madness Bracket Challenge!

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Dear Mustang Community,

As March unfolds, so does the excitement of one of the most thrilling sporting events of the year – March Madness! It's that time of the year again where basketball fever sweeps the nation, and we want YOU to be a part of the action.

We're thrilled to announce our March Madness Bracket Competition, and we're inviting every member of our community to participate. Whether you're a die-hard basketball fan or just enjoy the thrill of friendly competition, this is your chance to showcase your skills and have some fun with fellow community members.


Oh The Places You Go In Utah

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To honor Dr. Seuss day in 4th grade, we read the book, “Oh the Places You Go”. We strengthened our writing skills by writing about “Oh The Places We’ll Go In Utah.” We loved showing all of our finished work at SEP conferences!

Samantha Lattin

Congratulations, Shannon Gessel, Our Classified Employee of the Year!

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A special member of our Mustang school community, Shannon Gessel is more than a classified employee—she represents the ‘greatness’ we believe everyone should possess at Meadow Brook. To both teachers and students, she is and provides asignificant support.

Allison Hallam

Kinder Celebrating Reading

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Dr Seuss week was celebrated in kindergarten with many fun and silly things! From Wockets in our pockets, green eggs, Cat in the Hat, painting hot air balloons, to our read-a-thon with a “Seussy Snack!” 

“The more that you read, the more things you will know! The more that you learn, the more places you will go!” -Dr Seuss 

Morgan Peterson