April 2018

4th Grade Field Trip

Submitted by linda.beck on

Our 4th graders had a great time on thier field trip. They went to the Spanish Fork Sports Park. 

While they were there Patrick Hogle came and talked to the students about fossils and brought rocks for them to split and were able to look for fossils. Every student got a fossil! They also painted shirts that they are going to wear for their school program. They hiked and went on a scavenger hunt along the river trail!

The students had a great time and we appreciate all those who helped to make this field trip a success!

#emmustangpride #runningahead 

3rd Grade Receives a Grant

Submitted by linda.beck on

Our 3rd Grade teachers applied for a grant for t-shirts for their 3rd grade progran. They received the grant from the Nebo Edcuation Foundation. They are so happy and would like to thank the Foundation for awarding this to East Meadows Third Grade!

#runningahead #emmustangs 

Get Away Today

Submitted by linda.beck on

Watch for your new Get Away Today magazine to come home with your student this week.

It is filled with travel specials for your family including Adults at Kids’ Prices at the Disneyland Resort for travel in January, February and May 2018! Plus, you can still get 2018 tickets at 2017 prices before they go up! Get the details at https://www.getawaytoday.com?referrerid=757.

Remember, with every vacation purchased Get Away Today will donate back to Nebo Education.

2nd Grade Field Trip

Submitted by linda.beck on

Second Grade had an opportunity to visit the Paleontology Museum, The Bean Museum and Farm Field Days this week. They learned about animals from long ago as well as animals that live now. At Farm Field Days they were able to learn about animals and agriculture.  This was a very informative field trip and we want to thank BYU Bean Museum for letting us visit. We would also like to thank USU, Utah County 4-H, FFA and Harward Farms for putting on Farm Field Days. 

Natalie Mecham - East Meadows Teacher of the Year

Submitted by linda.beck on

Natalie Mecham
East Meadows Elementary
“Natalie cares deeply about her students and is committed to the children. She often puts in many long hours she is not compensated for. Natalie is confident and wants to learn and try new things. She is encouraging to students and helps them successfully reach the learning goals set for them. Natalie contributes to her team by planning lessons, revising curriculum maps, and implementing innovative ideas.”

Congrats to Mrs. Mecham!