5th Grade With DARE Officer

Our 5th grade students are so lucky to have Office DeWitt at our school each week teaching the DARE program.

Today he showed the students things that each officer needs in any situation. 

He showed them his protective vest, helmet, guns and all the other things the officer use.

Thanks Officer DeWitt. We appreciate the service you render to our school and our communtiy.

5th Grade Fall Fun


Our 5th grade students in Mrs. Anderson's, Mrs. Andersen's and Mrs. Hogle's class just finished reading the book "Look What I Can Do With A Leaf."

The students gathered leaves, pressed them and prepared them to use in a fall art project. The students were very creative and created different animals using the leaves.

We had some awsome moms come in and help in each class room. We have great teachers, students and parents at East Meadows!

Mrs. Lyman's 6th Grade Class


Mrs. Lyman's 6th Grade Class have been studying about Egypt. They just finished this Unit and then acted out hieroglypics. They enjoyed learning about Egypt! 


Santa Visits East Meadows

Santa made a special visit to East Meadows. He shared a book about the North Pole with the children. He told them about the work his elves do and all the stores at the North Pole. He also had his helper read a book he had been given by an author. What The Snowmen Do At Christmas. The children then had an opportunity to have Santa answer their questions. He was very jolly and happy to be with them. The children wrote a thank you letter to him. Mrs. Sayers ran into him when she was on vacation and renewed an old friendship. He visited her house with his sleigh and reindeer, in 1976. This was her first Christmas in America.



SF Band at East Meadows


Today the 5th and 6th graders at East Meadows had a special visit by the Spanish Fork High School Marching Band.

The students were able to ask questions about the band and how to prepare to be in the band when they get older. They enjoyed listening to the band preform.

GAINS Program


East Meadows Elementary has been participating in the GAINS Program

Growin Arts In Nebo Schools

Each year a Fine Arts Specialist works with the teachers of East Meadows Elementary to help integrate the arts into the classroom curriculum. This year we have a DANCE specialist working at our school. 

Human movement develops neural networks and memory. When dancing to learn, both halves of the brain are engaged and higher-order thinking skills are supported.

"Dancing is the loftiest, the most moving, the most beautiful of the arts, because it is not mere translation or abstraction from life; it is life itself."  ---Havelock Ellis

4th Grade Mountain Man Unit


The 4th grade students have been studying about the Mountain Men that use to live in our area. 

We were so lucky to have a "Mountain Man-Woman" come and visit the students today. She talked about how they traded furs for goods. The students loved learning about their ways.

The students earned "Beaver Pelts" for good behavior, participation, and being kind. They were then able to trade the "pelts" for goods. Each students brought some items they wanted to trade with others.  They had a great time learning about the Mountain Men and how they lived and survived back in the day.

4th Graders attend the Symphony

Last Friday the 4th graders at East Meadows were able to attend the Utah Symphony at Maple Mountain High School.

The students were in their best dress and on their best behavior!

We have some great students at East Meadows!

Fifth Graders Learn About The Revolutionary War


Fifth Graders went on a field trip today. They walked to Centennial Park (soldiers had to walk a lot) and did Revolutionary War activities. These activities included making a hat (Yankee Doodle hat) with a feather, playing games (pick up sticks, cats cradle, and a solitaire game with beans), learning about Paul Revere's Ride, and learning some Von Steuben militia drills. The students had a great time.


Ms. Haskell's Class


Last week second grade learned about our community. We learned about the culture of Spanish Fork as well as the physical features that are unique to our city. The students had a lot of fun looking at a map of Spanish Fork and creating their own salt dough map adding physical features and important landmarks.