East Meadows School
East Meadows School
East Meadows

Welcome to East Meadows Elementary

East Meadows school t-shirts have been delivered.  If you need to exchange your t-shirt for a different size or would still like to buy a t-shirt, there are t-shirts available in the office.

September Reading Calendar

Love and Logic Flyer

Reflection Theme this year is "The World Would Be a Better Place If . . . .   Information and Forms for Reflections

 4-H Information

The free application and reduced lunch is now on line. 

Family Guide for 2014-15

Love and Logic Schedule

Map of Safe Walking Routes to East Meadows

Nebo Calendar for 2014-2015 School Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


5th Grade Colonial Days

Attributions: 

Fifth graders at East Meadows celebrated Colonial Day today. Students learned about what it would have been like to live in colonial days through active participation in a variety of activities. They wrote with feathers, made a horn book, a quilt block and a colonial sign. They dipped candle wicks, cleaned cotton and played a game called “ball and stick.”

2014-2015 Student Council

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The 2014-2015 Student Council:

Hailey Creer, Brennen Carter, Lauren Vehar, Miles Matthews, Elizabeth Kindrick, Taggert Harrison, Isabel Francis, Benji Horsley, Maisy Reid, Isaiah Jones, Annabell Mecham, Parker Simpson, Kierra Moss, Ethan Graham, Sydnee Seeley and Emmett Davis

 

 

East Meadows Welcomes New Kindergarten Students!

Kindergarten

I'm so excited kindergarten is here,
I know it will be a great year.
I'm a big kid now and I'm on my way,
To board the bus for my very first day.

My teachers are there waiting for me,
Right at the door is where they will be.
I'll make lots of friends and have some fun,
And before you know it, the day will be done.

 Author: Unknown

The first day of Kindergarten was Tuesday, August 26, 2014.  We are excited to Welcome these new students to East Meadows!

 

Mustang Week

Welcome back to school East Meadows, students and faculty.  The first week of school started off with our Mustang Week.  This is a fun week to kick off the new  theme for the year as well as get to know one another.   Our theme this is year is:  “Be The Magic!”  Each month students will focus on different character building qualities with the help of characters from Disney movies and our very own school counselor, Mrs.