East Meadows School
East Meadows
East Meadows School

Welcome to East Meadows Elementary

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4-H Session F Information

If you missed Kindergarten Registration, it is not too late!  Please stop by the office.  You will need a birth certificate, immunizations, and proof of residency. 

Changes in the Air!  As many have already heard, our Principal, Mr. Dwight Liddiard, has been re-assigned to be the new Principal at Spanish Fork Jr. High School starting next school year.  We want to thank him for his dedication to the students, staff and PTA at East Meadows and for helping it from its beginnings in 2006 to become the special place it is today.

PrincipalWe want to give a warm welcome to Celeste Gledhill who will be the new Principal of East Meadows starting in August 2014.

With that, here is a little introduction from Celeste Gledhill herself....
Hello!  I would like to introduce myself and let you know how excited i am to be assigned as the principal of East Meadows Elementary. 

My family moved to Spanish Fork when I was 5 and I have lived in Spanish Fork ever since.  My childhood playgound was the fields and orchards where East Meadows is currently built.  I have a large extended family that is a large part of my life.  To me the people I get to surround myself with make life worthwhile and I can't wait to add all of you to that circle.

I taught in Jordan School District before coming to Nebo, but didn't enjoy the long commute so I looked for employment nearer to home and was hired by Dwight at Larsen Elementary, and then followed him to East Meadows the first year it opened.  As the new school year begins, I will be starting my 20th year in education.  I have taught 2nd through 6th grade and kindergarten and 1st grade during the summer as part of a migrant summer school.  I also worked as a facilitator before my last 6 years as principal of Mapleton Elementary. 

I enjoy traveling, running (albeit slowly), reading, playing games, anything crafty, and being with friends and family.  To make life a little more interesting I also try to seek out a little adventure.

I believe that school should be a warm and welcoming place where we are partners in your child's education.  With all of us working together your children can achieve more.  My door will alwyas be open.  I am excited to work with you and the wonderful staff at East Meadows.

Congratuations to Cheri Emerick!
Cheri Emerick
Cheri Emerick was chosen to represent the Educational Technicans Department for Nebo School District and was also chosen to be overall Nebo School District Employee for the year 2014.  We appreciate all you do for the students.   




JulieCongratulations to Julie Hammari who was the winnner of the Presidential Award of Excellence in Science Teaching.  This is a very pretigious national award.  She will receive a trip to Washington DC where she will be recognized and will receive a $10,000 prize.  We are proud of her.

PTA March Newsletter

As you do your shopping year-round, please consider supporting East Meadows by shopping for your favorite brands and stores through the Box Top Marketplace.

Internet Safety Presentation
Internet Safety Pledge

Family Guide for 2013-14 

 If you have any questions please call the office at 801.798.4015

Map of Safe Walking Routes to East Meadows

Nebo Calendar for 2013-2014 School Year

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Easter Egg Service Project


The afterschool 4-H clubs and the National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS) students helped to fill Easter Eggs for Spanish Fork City's annual Easter Egg Hunt.  They were able to fill 7,000 Easter Eggs. 

Rees Elementary African Drummers Perform at East Meadows


The Rees African Drummers, or as they like to call themselves, RAD performed for the students at East Meadows Elementary today, April 17, 2014.  This group is made up entirely of students from third to sixth grade at Rees Elementary in Spanish Fork.  Mr. Ballard, a teacher at Rees, is their advisor. The group is selected after an audition and then they meet two days a week to practice.  It was fun to hear them and see their bright African attire.  Thank you for performing at our school!

Champions Challenge Reading Assembly

On Tuesday April 1, East Meadows was visited by a rodeo clown, some city officials and the 2013 Fiest Days Rodeo Royalty.  They talked to the kids about the sport of rodeo. The rodeo clown entertained them with some of his clown acts.  He also talked to the kids about the importance of getting an education.  Spanish Fork is proud to welcome the 2014 Wrangler Champions Challenge Rodeo to our Fairgrounds Arena on May 31. This is the first full season for the Champions Challenge and this should be an exciting event.