Mrs.Gardiner, our school psychologist, received the Crystal Apple award today during faculty meeting. Mrs.Gardiner was nominated for this award by the faculty because of her expertise and willingness to help students learn and grow. She works tirelessly with teachers to find the best solution for students at East Meadows. We are so lucky to have her!
Pumpkins large and pumpkins small,
Climb a straw tower, but please don’t fall.
Pumpkins orange and pumpkins white,
The corn pit and hayride were an absolute delight.
Happy kids with smiling faces,
Jaker’s was one of our favorite places.
The East Meadow fifth grade students visited the Utah State Capitol building. The building houses the offices of the Utah Governor, as well as the Utah State Legislature. While there, the students learned interesting facts about the state of Utah and came to better understand the judicial, legislative, and executive branches of government.
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4th grade has been learning about energy transfers for science! Today, students were able to create their own Rube Goldberg machines. These machines use a set of reactions one after another in order trigger a final event. These students each received a bag of supplies and started building! We love seeing how creative they are!
The 3rd Graders were able to go to Thanksgiving Point today and visit the Butterfly Biosphere. They learned about life cycles, examined bugs in different stages of their life cycles, and were able to see around one hundred butterfly's. Some students were lucky enough to have them land on them. #wintheday #activelearning #3rdgrade