We had a very interesting Science Fair Assembly on Thursday--it was a kick off to our Science Fair that is happening Friday!
We had a special visitor, Mark Killpack from the Engineering Department at BYU come and present our assembly. It was so interesting and the students loved it. They learned so much. We apprciate the time and talent that was shared with our students!
East Meadows held their Honors Society meeting on Tuesday. There were 70 students that attended the meeting. The students worked really hard on using their critical thinking skills to complete each challenge.
They did 2 winter stem challenges- catapult and tallest snowman. The students did a great job at the challenges and they had a lot of fun!
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We are so proud of our East Meadows Chess Club! First of all, we got 4th place overall, out of over 20 schools! (They only had trophies for 1st-3rd for this one, which kind of bummed the kids.) We are so proud because of what great sportsmanship these guys showed. You didn't even know if they had lost because they were smiling so much. It was cool to see them encourage each other and cheer each other on. What great kids we have! Thanks again for all the support we recieve!
The Military Interstate Children's Compact Commission is sponsoring a poster contest for military-connect students in the first through seventh grades. We are providing you with details of the contest in the attached Word document if you chose to have your students participate. I understand it can be challenging know which of your students are military connected given that it’s possible that a child of a Hill Air Force Base sergeant might be attending school in Ogden or a Tooele Army Depot lieutenant’s child might be attending school in Salt Lake. If you would like to participate more information is available in the attachment.