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Science Fair Winners

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5th grade Science Fair winners that will be going on to District on Thursday February 9th are:

Macie Smith,  Adilyn Robinson, Alex Critchlow, Will Dart, Samuel Frederick, Ethan Beckstead, Joshua Cook, T.J. Evans.

Absent from picture: Joshua Cook and T.J. Evans

6th grade Science Fair winners that will be going on to District on Thursday February 9th are:

Lex Smith, Tanner Fraser, Joshua Graham, Kayla Huish, Trevin Rudd, Grady Carter, Kaleb Patten, Zach Kessinger, Brighten Bills, Camden Gladding, Everett Fussell.

 

 

 

Reading Tutors Wanted!!!

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East Meadows Elementary school is looking for reading tutoring volunteers! Come spend part of your day helping a child read, have more confidence and excel academically. Training is provided. You must be 18 or older to volunteer and you must pass a criminal background check. We would like volunteers to commit to volunteering until the end of the school year. Most volunteers come in for one hour twice a week, but if you are not available for that much time we can work with however much time you are able to give! Volunteers are welcome to help anytime during the school day, either in the mornings or afternoons. Emailkristin.knowlton@nebo.edu if you are interested or for more information!

Mrs. Tricia Peterson's Class

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Mrs. Peterson's 1st grade class watched the 2017 Inauguration and swearing in of the 45th President of the United States of America. 

We love that our students are patriotic!

2nd Grade Snowflake Day

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Last week second grade celebrated Snowflake Day(very fitting for the weather). The students in second grade learned about Snowflake Bentley and went outside to examine snowflakes, they were excited to learn that they could actually see the branches on a single snowflake. They wrote a poem about snowflakes and made snowflakes from paper. They made fake snow, learned about International Snow Sculpting competitions and had a sculpting competition of their own. 

 

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