The annual spring book fair began today March 12 and will run through Thursday March 15. Monday and Tuesday will be open from 8:00-3:15. Wednesday will be open 8:00-8:00 to accommodate SEP's. And Thursday will be open 8:00-12:00. Come look at the wide selection of books and check out our teacher board. There will guessing jars for the kids to guess how many items are in the jar and the closest guess wins the jar and its contents. Remember all purchases benefit our school. The book fair can be found on the stage. Hope to see you there!
On March 8, East Meadows family members proudly watched their children participate in the third-grade Spelling Bee. Three students from each class were chosen to represent their class and they all did a great job. The final three students remaining were Sam Colledge, Max Colledge, and Sydnee Seeley. Sam is this year’s champion and his name will be added to the Spelling Bee Plaque. East Meadows is proud of all participants. The staff wishes to thank the Rotary Club for helping with this event.
Participants; Kennady Charlton, Maisy Reid, McKenzie Whitney, Sam Colledge, Max Colledge, Ashlyn Pulley, Mariah Acuna, Annabell Mecham, Isabel Francis, Ethan Graham, Sydnee Seeley, Nicole Oviedo
East Meadows sixth graders joined the Lobos at Spanish Fork Junior High (SFJH) on Friday, March 02. The students were welcomed by the SFJH Student Council, Assistant Principal Mark Bake and Assistant David Huff. The students also met Counselors Cheryl Brown, Todd Jackson and Dylan Dewey. They enjoyed listening to the band, orchestra, choir and touring the school. Among other things, the new seventh-grade students can look forward to getting lockers, having lots of teachers, choosing elective classes and especially pack time. Pack time offers opportunities for students earning good grades to do something fun four times a week. Other students can get extra help from teachers and catch up on assignments. East Meadows wishes to thank Spanish Fork Junior High for rolling out the welcome mat to our wonderful sixth-grade students.
A cold winter evening is a perfect time for dads to gather their kids, reads a book and enjoy a doughnut. East Meadows Elementary hosted their annual Dads and Doughnuts event on March 1. As always, it was a huge success and well attended. The staff at East Meadows is grateful for teachers and PTA members that take time out of their evenings to help out with this wonderful tradition.