September 2023

4th Grade Science

Submitted by megan.oropeza on Wed, 09/27/2023 - 19:11

4th graders love science! We have spent time this quarter learning about structures and functions found in Utah's environment to keep plants and animals alive.  Each group in Mrs. Anderson's class got to deepen their understanding about one of the five animal groups and learn more about their adaptations

Jessika Anderson

Keyboard Champions

Submitted by megan.oropeza on Wed, 09/27/2023 - 18:57

Celebrating our remarkable third-grade keyboarding champions of the week! All third grade students have started to work on typing. Students have to show correct typing position, and correct finger placement as they learn the keys. These young learners have shown such an excitement for keyboarding! 

Maggie Ashman

Representing Numbers

Submitted by megan.oropeza on Tue, 09/26/2023 - 06:07

In 2nd grade students have been working on different ways to represent numbers! One of those ways is with number blocks and showing the value of digits! 

Janey Jacklin

Working Together

Submitted by megan.oropeza on Fri, 09/22/2023 - 21:43

We have been learning about how to work as partners in first grade. Here, one partner is working on reading a letter-naming page, and the other partner is listening carefully and helping make correction. It has made such a big difference in our classroom community when we know it is a safe place to try hard things and make corrections!  

Kailyn Issertell

Rhythm in Music

Submitted by megan.oropeza on Fri, 09/22/2023 - 20:42

This week in music we reviewed how to play our boomwhackers. The kids had fun creating new rhythms and creating the harmonies they heard. This is also in prep for our Start Wars light saber duels next week!

Amanda Michaelis

Shaping Minds in Kinder

Submitted by megan.oropeza on Fri, 09/22/2023 - 06:14

Kindergarten has hit the ground running! These kiddos brains are soaking up all the things, including shapes. Lots and lots of 2D shapes! 
They have learned how to determine which shape is which by it’s number of sides and corners. From a circle to a hexagon, they have got it nailed.
To apply it to the real world, our friends brought in pictures and items of shapes they see in our every day. They helped each other sort their shapes, and then worked as a class to check each shape category for accuracy.
Hooray for 2D shapes! Next up, 3D!

Jen Dyal

Staff Development Day

Submitted by megan.oropeza on Tue, 09/19/2023 - 21:53

Teachers and staff at Meadow Brook Elementary met together all day on Monday to dive deep into Literacy and Math data. When collected and analyzed thoughtfully, this data can provide invaluable insights into student performance, identifying areas where improvement is needed, and helping to tailor instructional strategies accordingly. Our goal is to have proficient readers and mathematicians in all grade levels.

Susan Jurkatis

Meadow Brook Elementary Secretaries

Submitted by megan.oropeza on Tue, 09/19/2023 - 21:44

Meadow Brook Elementary is fortunate to have the dedicated and efficient duo of Mrs. Porter and Mrs. Graves serving as our school secretaries. These two remarkable individuals are the heartbeat of our institution, always greeting students, parents, and staff with warm smiles and a willingness to assist. Mrs. Graves organizational prowess ensures that everything runs seamlessly, while Mrs. Porters friendly demeanor makes her the go-to person for anyone seeking information or assistance.

Katrina Graves