This year East Meadows is participating in the Youth Leadership Development program.
Twelve 6th grade students were selected this year. They are Annabelle Colton, Staci Lomenick, Brooklyn Camp, Kaydenz Critchlow, Liberty Simons, Maggie Eliason, Parker Nelson, Spencer Fillmore, Andrew Seidel, Gavin Ericksen, Kate Searcy and Melody McCune.
Ahoy Mateys! Arrgh school is filled with treasure! We honored several teachers in our Good As Gold Assembly on Wednesday and found out some fun things about each teacher in the process.
Did you know Mrs. McEntire solves all the world's problems in the middle of the night? She also loves to each chocolate and read a good book. When she is tired she bakes...a lot! She is surrounded by her incredible husband and wonderful kids; they make her feel complete!
Mr. Melton loves a lot of things! He loves to read, loves the Lakers, loves the Angels, and loves chess. He has 5 daughters and soon 1 son.
If you have a loose tooth, look for Mrs. Jolley...she loves to pull loose teeth! She has had 5 broken bones and several concussions, all from horse related accidents. If money were no problem, she would travel the world nonstop to see new places and eat new food. She is also an adrenaline junkie. She also loves to read food blogs and on Sunday afternoon you will find her baking.
Mrs. Bennett lived in 4 different states growing up and went to 11 different schools. Her greatest treasure in the world is her family. She would LOVE to live in Disneyland. She could sit in a boat all day at Fish Lake and fish or read a book. And she loves "Sip-N-Ricky's"
Mrs. Nelson loves spending time with her family. She also loves to read and will often lock herself in the bathroom with a good book. Technology is her passion and she helps us out at school solving our technology problems and giving us good ideas on how to use it. Mrs. Nelson loves helping others and will help anyone in need. And she loves working at East Meadows and working with this great faculty.
Mrs. Warenski is very loyal to her family and friends. She is also a total night owl. She loves being outside in a rainstorm. When she sleeps at night she needs at least 6 pillows, and sometimes even more. When she is doing something crazy you will find her singing church hymns.
Mrs. Moyes is a HUGE BYU sports fan. Her favorite color is turquoise. She would not be able to live without chocolate. She loves being outdoors, especially if she can be riding horses. And she is one proud aunt.
Mrs. Peterson loves to read, and is reading all the time, even if her family doesn't like it. She LOVES to dress up for Halloween. She enjoys working with her mother-in-law at East Meadows. (Miss Jean is in the preschool and Mrs. Peterson is her favorite daughter in law.) She will cheer on BYU if the are NOT playing U of U. If you want to treat her, she would love a Diet Coke with a Hershey's bar (with and without almonds).
WE LOVE OUR TEACHERS!!!
East Meadows students were honored in our Good As Gold award assembly Wednesday morning. All awards follow our pirate theme for the year. There was 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. Those receiving the Crow's Nest Award saw something that needed to be done and did it. Finally, those that were given the All Hands On Deck Award were caught working well as a team. Way to go East Meadows students!! Awards will be given on a monthly basis.
Third grade went to Salem Pond to learn about and study the weltands. They looked for living and non living things, they analyzed three different water sources, they evaluated a duck feather, and they built their own wetland habitat. They were also lucky enough to have Mr.Hogle come and teach about water pollution and the effects it has on the ecosystem. A huge thank you to Mr. Hogle and all our parent volunteers for a fabulous field trip!
I am excited to join the faculty at East Meadows Elementary as your new School Counselor. By way of introduction, I grew up in Murry, but have lived in Utah County for the past 12 years; 9 of which have been spent working as a Counselor in Nebo School DIstrict. I enjoy Diet Coke and chips n' salsa, reading, traveling, the outdoors and spending time with my children.
As the School Counselor, I teach school wide character education based on our yearly theme; which this year is EXPOLRE DREAM DISCOVER. Additionally, I teach classroom social skills curriculum to each grade level. I also do individual and group counseling. If you feel your child would benefit from these services, there are Counseling Permission Forms outside my office or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am excited to be a part of the East Meadows community and I look forward to working with you and your student(s).
-Aubree Bushman (Ms. "B")
MS. Haskell's 2nd grade class learned about the Constitution Day on September 17th.
The students learned why the Constitution was written. They learned about the Preamble and how it applies to each of them. Each student made a feather pen and ink, and were able to write with their pen.
Love and Logic Parenting Workshop
There’s a lot of advice out there on how to raise your kids—some is better than others. “Love and Logic” is a favorite of therapists, family life educators, teachers, principals and most importantly parents. It’s practical, easy to learn and very effective. Come and enjoy this fun, upbeat, upbeat, useful and free workshop!
Where: Larsen Elementary Faculty Room
1175 E. Flonette Ave, Spanish Fork
Dates: Tuesdays- September 22, September 29 and October 6
Time: 6:00-8:00 pm
Cost: Provided Free by Nebo School District- Manual $12
(Manual is required if class is court ordered)
Call Mrs. Head or the Secretary @ 801-798-4035 to sign up