The fifth graders held their wax museum on Monday. They were asked to choose a famous American that they wanted to learn about. The students were required to read a biography about their person and take notes on them. Then, they wrote a speech about them. Finally, students dressed up as their person and became their wax statue. The school and parents were invited to their wax museum to learn about these famous people. These fifth graders worked so hard and did an amazing job. We are so proud of them!
Porter Morrison helped pick up trash, Braxton Martinez got up and went to a student who needed additional help with an assignment completely on his own, Zoe Mortensen, Amy Prody and Elizabeth Robinson help keep our school clean and picked up, Mauricio Patino really steps up and has already completed his monthy projects that are not due until Nov 30th, and Jaxtin Aagard help a student with their backpack.
Students in Miss White's class are working on some readers theater plays to learn how to interpret remainders in math.
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The PBS KIDS Reading Marathon is taking place during the month of November. Children (ages preschool - 6th grade) are encouraged to read 20 minutes per day or 600 minutes total throughout the month. From December 1-15 parents will then go on to our PBS website and log their minutes for AMAZING prizes around town during 2022!
Each Reading Marathon participant will receive a personalized Adventure Pass which will give them the following:
FREE entrance to Hogle Zoo
FREE entrance to Red Butte Garden
FREE entrance to Tracy Aviary
As the pandemic’s unseen costs begin to unfold on the mental health front, some wonder how school children will be impacted. Despite the massive challenge we face, there are growing resources to help families who are struggling.
Virtual Family Mental Health Night–Talk to a Therapist Nebo School District is partnering with The Cook Center for Human Connection to host a free virtual Family Mental Health night on November3, 2021 at 6:00 PM. Participants will hear from a leading clinical psychologist, be able to ask questions, and learn about free resources available.