Nebo District STEM Fair Participants & Winners

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The following students represented East Meadows Elementary at the Nebo School District STEM Fair held on Thursday, February 9th at the Summit Center. These school level winners went on to compete against students across the district. 

Region Qualifiers:  Anders Fillespie, Taitym Adams, Hunter Leavitt, Beckham Norris, Easton Ainge, Zoey Blake, Makayla Stephenson, Ashton Morgan, Jayde Seal, Angelina Scott

Honorable Mention:  Cameron Gessel

High Honors:  Adelyn Patten, Averie Wall

Best in Show:  Britta Bills, Sadie Rust

Announcing 4th & 5th Grade East Meadows School Choir Sign-Up

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We are excited to announce the creation of the East Meadows School Choir.  The choir is open to all students in 4th and 5th grade.  Practices will be held on Thursday afternoons from 3:15-4:15 pm.  They will start next week and run through April 20th (no practice over Spring Break).  There is a $10 participation fee to cover the cost of a t-shirt and sheet music.  See the sign-up for details on how to pay.     

Keyboarding Winners for 5th Grade

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The following 5th grade students have been chosen to compete in the district keyboarding competition coming up in April.  These 13 students had the fastest typing speeds in 5th grade.  Congratulations! 

  • Eliza Hickman
  • Emma Kunzler
  • Kaden Lamoreaux
  • Beckham Norris
  • Micah Barber
  • Ashton Morgan
  • Chesirae Wardell
  • Tate Fausett
  • Laim Leethem
  • Liana Oviedo
  • Landon Potts
  • Dwayne Rubio
  • Austin Winters 

100th Day of School

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Our younger grade students just celebrated the 100th day of school.  Throughout the day, students celebrated 100 days of learning by participating in a variety of activities.  Many students even dressed up to commemorate the event.  

Maverick LOVES to Read!

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Love to Read Month is underway.  Students have their punch cards and should be reading each night and marking off those punches.  The goal is to read at least 20 times during the month of February.  Completed punch cards are due by February 28th!  

4th Grade Pioneer Day

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On Friday, February 3rd, our 4th grade students enjoyed PIONEER DAY complete with making their own butter and performing the Virginia Reel for parents.  They have been learning about the pioneers and their contribution to Utah history.  

LOVE TO READ MONTH - February 1st -28th

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It's LOVE TO READ MONTH at East Meadows!  Students have been challenged to do their nightly reading at least 20 times during the month of February.  Each time your child completes their daily reading, they can punch or cross off a square on their punch card.  At the end of the month, return the punch card to the teacher.  Punch cards can be used to "shop" at the ice cream truck that will travel around the school at our Seuss-A-Palooza event on March 3rd.