East Meadows School
East Meadows
East Meadows School

Welcome to East Meadows Elementary

Parent-Teacher Conferences Information--Thursday, October 27th

Information for 4-H Registration Session B

Reflections Entry Forms and Information

Formulario de Inscipcion e Informacion para Reflexiones

Picture Retake Day will be November 15th

Fall Break--No School on Thursday October 20th and Friday October 21st

Parent-Teacher Conferences will be Thursday, October 27th.

October Reading Calendar

September PTA Newsletter

 4-H Registration Links 

**Our Holiday Box Tops Drive is coming up soon!  Keep saving Box tops from all of your purchaes and be ready to turn them in Jan 3-13, 2017.  We will e collecting Box Tops in each of the classes and the top three classes receive a treat?  Every Box Top helps our school so please join us.  Ask neighbors, family, anyone to save their Box Tops and send them with your student during the drive.

 A friendly reminder.

 Please do not submit expired Box Tops, make sure that you trim the Box Tops along the dotted lines and please do NOT cut off the expiration date or they won’t accept them. 

Also consider shopping through the Box Tops Marketplace at Box Tops for Education and link your purchases directly to our school!

Registration Information  

Bus Drivers Needed

The free application and reduced lunch is now on line. 

Nebo School Calendar for 2016-17







Egypt Walk

Our 6th grade students had their Egypt Walk last Friday. 

The students have been studying about Egypt and the made some kind of display or item that represented some of the things that they learned in this unit.

They had their items on display for parents and the other students to walk through the classrooms and see. The students did such a great job!

They really enjoy this unit.

2nd Grade Field Trip


Second grade went on a field trip to the Provo River Trail and Jaker's Pumpkin Patch in Springville last Thursday. They had a great time learning about nature as they walked two miles along the river trail and looked for items on a scavenger hunt. Many of the students commented on how "Beautiful" it was up the canyon. They then traveled to Jaker's where they played in the corn, went through the haunted house, played on the hay, took a hayride, got to see and pet some fun animals (we think the baby Alpaca was the favorite). Students even got to pick their very own pumpkin.