November 2015

Mrs. Lyman's Class

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Mrs. Lyman's class had fun last week. They had an indoor snowball fight and celebrated Thanksgiving in teepees. Looks like 6ths graders are never too old to have fun!

Peer Tutors

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 If you walk down the first grade hall at the beginning of the school day watch your step and walk carefully or you may step on pairs of students reading.  Every morning Monday through Thursday, sixth grade students peer tutor first graders. The first grade students love having the chance to read with these amazing tutors! Thank you sixth graders for the great work you are doing!

STAR Reading Volunteers

Thank you to all of our amazing STAR Reading Volunteers!

For the past two years we have had some wonderful members of our community come to the school and volunteer to read with students who are struggling to read for 30 minutes, twice a week. Over the past two school years we have been able to help 25 struggling readers in the 2nd and 3rd grade reach grade level. We have tutors like Bill and Shelly who have been tutoring students for the past two years. We have tutors like Kathy, Jake, and VerLyn who come in twice a week for an hour to read with two different students. We have volunteers like Jeanette who comes in once a week for two hours and works with four different students. We have volunteers like Emily and Heather who come in once a week for an hour to tutor. We have wonderful substitute tutors who are willing to come in at the last minute as we need them.

We would love to continue to expand the program to be able to reach more students, especially in the second and fourth grade, who are struggling with reading. This is a great opportunity to help out the children in our community. If you or anyone you know is interested in reading with these students, please contact the school. We love the support we receive from parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, and community members. we are also so proud of our students who have been working hard to get on grade level.

Kelsi Moore

Read Graduate Succeed: AmeriCorps Initative

Reflections 2015 Winners

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Reflections Winners

Photography:

  • Award of Excellence
    • Katy Smith, Soaring High, 6th
    • Connor Hamilton, To Touch a Hummingbird, 2nd
  • Award of Merit
    • Kate Searcy Soaring, 6th

Literature:

  • Award of Excellence
    • Camryn Marshall, untitled, 6th
    • Parker Fillmore, What Your Imagination Can Do, 3rd
    • Rachel Manwill, Gus’s Life, 1st
  • Award of Merit
    • Zachary Kessinger, Imagine Flying, 5th
    • Zoe Lapray, The Friend, 1st

Dance:

  • Award of Excellence
    • Hailey Campbell, Let Your Imagination Fly in Wonderland, 6th
    • Dakodah Hew-Len, Rainbow Connections, 3rd
    • James Fillmore, Flying Right, K

Music:

  • Award of Excellence
    • Jackson Alton, What Will I Dream About, 2nd

Film:

  • Award of Excellence
    • Sydney Anderson, Resort, 4th
    • Cohen Nelson, Cohen’s Yellowstone Adventure, 1st

2D Art:

  • Award of Excellence
    • Itzel Valdez, Millions, 6th
    • Carson Kesler, Flying Through Space, 3rd
    • River Andersen, Airplane Magic, 1st
  • Award of Merit
    • Lauren Jones, Dreams, Angels, Skyscrapers, 6th
    • Elle Hancock, Fairy in Fall, 4th
    • Jessica Campbell, Soaring to a Land of Unicorns, Rainbows, & Mermaids, K

3-d Art:

  • Award of Excellence
    • Anna Salisbury, Read and Believe, 6th
    • Dylan Garcia, The Dragon of Imagination, 5th
    • James Sayre, The Flag Tile Pattern,1st
  • Award of Merit
    • Brian Gunyan, Dreaming Cookie Boy, 6th
    • Brayden Reese, The Destroyer, 5th
    • Bailey Johnson, Spanish Fork, 2nd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Veteran's Day Assembly

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East Meadows had a Veteran's Day assembly on Monday. We had many of the men and women that served our Country participate in the assembly.  The Larsen's that attend our school were lucky enough to have their Grandpa Larsen here!

Thanks to the men and women who have served our country and to those that are now serving our county to preserve our rights and freedom.

3rd Grade receives Nebo Foundation Grant

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Our 3rd grade teachers applied for a grant through the Nebo Foundation to help pay for their field trip to Salem Pond where they explored and learned about the habitats that are there at the pond. On November 6th they were awarded a grant for $250.00, this helps cover the cost of transportation and will help towards a future field trip this Spring.