On March 30, the fifth grade traveled to Fairfield for a field trip to Camp Floyd. The students had the opportunity to learn about the Civil War and learn about the history of Johnson's Army. They made adobe bricks and dipped candles. They rode in the Pony express, attended school in 1861 and visited the commissary and the Stagecoach Inn. We found out that our presenter, Mr. Mark Trotter, was retiring that day. It was his last field trip and we had the honor. KSL was there to honor this man and had a feature on him on the news. Here is the link: http://ksltv.com/393342/change-coming-to-camp-floyd-state-park/
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Mary Finlayson always puts in her best efforts as a student, friend and helper, Andres Solorio helped other students by setting up the computer lab for SAGE testing, Trygve Stewart works hard and is thoughful, Lydia Steiner always is looking for ways to help our class and our school, Samantha Steiner took time before school to help set up the computer lab, Katara Penrod really is on top of her work and has a great attitude, Brock Mickelson is a great friend in class and on the playground, Sidney Brooks set up the computer lab for other classes before school, Paytan Paxton is always ready to learn, Juliet LeSueur chose to pick up trash on the playground during recess, Addi Child used her own time to clean up the playground, Kera Patterson took the initiative to practice more on her math facts, Sami DeLlamas decided to use recess time to clean and pick up the playground, Mia Ollerton chose to pick up trash during recess, Alexandria Oman always keeps cheering on her fellow classmates, Bella Esplin is the best helper any teacher could ask for this year!
These students showed true TIGER PRIDE! Way to go!!!! Thank you Daylight Donuts for the free Doughnuts
It is BOGO book fair week! Thank you to our PTA volunteers for helping out with our book fair! The hours are as follows:
Monday, April 23 – 8:30-9:30 am, 3:00-4:00 pm and 6:00-7:00 pm for the Arts Showcase with raffles for free items.
Tuesday, April 24 – 8:30-9:30 am and 3:00-4:00pm
Wednesday, April 25 – 8:30-9:30 am and 3:00-4:00pm
Thursday, April 26 – 8:30-9:30 am and 3:00-4:00pm
Friday, April 27 – 8:30-9:30 am
Also, Nebo district is offering a summer theatre camp for all 4th, 5th, and 6th graders. Session I is from June 5-16 and will be held at Spring Lake Elementary in Payson. Session II is from July 9-20 and will be held at Sierra Bonita Elementary in Spanish Fork. Both sessions will begin each day at 9:00 am and end at 12:00 noon. The cost is $70. I have attached a flyer with more information and additional flyers can be found in the school’s office.
Have a great week,
A big thank you goes out to all the students who participated in the Art Showcase last night. It was just fabulous. Lots of great art and music were performed and enjoyed. Thank you to all the hard work and extra time the Brookside teachers put in to makeing, collecting and displaying all the art.
Way to go students, great job sharing so many wonderful talents!
The Brookside PTA had a jump-a-thon fundraiser this week and everyone seemed to really have fun and enjoyed it. Thanks to all the family, friends and others who sponsored our jumpers. We sure appreciate it. A final fundraising total will be announced at a later date.
Congratulations to these awesome Brookside Elementary Students, they have been caught doing priaseworthy deeds throught the school.
Kera Patterson picked up around her desk without being asked, James Hansen always says thank you!, Ace York helped his neighbor, Garvyn Vanpatten looks up how to spell words, Jack Irvine and Kate Neth were very helpful to the substitute, Casey Cottle always is nice to everyone, Baylee Sampson picked up without being asked, Zoey Fluckiger is trustworthy and helpful, and Avaree Moore is also trustworthy and helpful in class.
Mrs. Lamb has worked at Brookside elementary for 15 years. She has been a much loved and appreciated skills lab technician. She was raised here in Springville and married her high school sweetheart. She has 3 children, and 11 grandchildren and loves spending as much time as she can with them. She enjoys traveling and shopping. She overcame a great trial this year and came out a survivor. Brookside elementary would not be the same without her. Congratuations Mrs. Lamb! You're the best!