East Meadows School
East Meadows School
East Meadows

Welcome to East Meadows Elementary

This week (February 8th-13th) is the last week of the current session of 4-H Afterschool.  The next session will start on Tuesday, February 16th.

We are excited to begin working on our school musical, "Peter Pan".  See more information on the 4-H Registration Information to sign up to participate in the drama or other clubs being offered this session.

Sign-ups for the next session of 4-H will open Thursday, February 11th at 10:00 am. 

4-H Schedule for 2015-16 

Science Fair is Coming

Science Fair Information Packet 

Science Fair Information Packet (Spanish)

February 2016 Reading Calendar

January 2016 Reading Calendar

The free application and reduced lunch is now on line. 

December PTA Newsletter

Map of Safe Walking Routes to East Meadows

Nebo Calendar for 2015-2016 School Year







East Meadows Science Fair Winners 2016

Fifth Grade

Jocelyn Hansbrow and Joshua Fraser - Do Video Games Relieve Pain?

Kayla Huish - Which Gum Blows?

Zachary Kessinger - Memory

Everett Fussell - Minecraft the Experiment 

Cameron Dafoe and Trevin Rudd - Dude, Where's My Signal?

Kylee Olsen and Ana Saiz - Which Soda Stains Your Teeth The Most?

Mia Francis - Fastest Way to Cool Soda


Sixth Grade

Kaleb Feland and Zach Huish - Reaction Distraction

Katelin Dempsey - Hampster Power

Kaydenz Critchlow - Does Exercise Increase Brain Memory?

Good As Gold

Ann Hook has a lot of college education—an A.S. in Office Administration, a Bachelor’s in Studio Art. A Masters in Education, and a Masters in English. She has taught for over 20 years. She is writing 3 novels for YA-adults in the Fantasy Genre. She has written and illustrated 5 children’s book but is too shy to submit them for publication! Ann greets every day with open arms, and try to squeeze each and every drop of joy out of each and every moment possible.


Good As Gold - January

East Meadows students were honored in our Good As Gold award assembly for January. The Heave Ho Award that honored students that pushed through a tough obstacle.  The Jolly Roger Award recognized students with a good attitude.  Students that were given the Ahoy Matey Award were caught being a good friend.  We also had the Shipshape Award for those that were caught helping around the school or were picking up in their classroom.  The Shiver Me Timbers Award was for students that had done something truly amazing.