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As a school community, we strive  to provide each student with a safe and educational environment, quality instuction and learning oppertunities; thereby promoting personal success, growth, responsible citizenship and love for lifelong-learning. 

Please check back often for announcements and information.

Red Ribbon Week

Monday ~ Mustache Day

Tuesday ~ Crazy Day

Wednesday ~ Team Day

Thursday ~ Pajama Day

Friday ~ Halloween

Parade will start at 1:15pm.

AM Kindergarten will start 9:30am

Our October contest is all about going "Batty for Boxtops" and an ENTIRE grade is going to win a very batty surprise!

Keep sending in those Boxtops!!!

Extra Papers

Harward Farms Donates Pumpkins

Attributions: 

Spring Lake students got a spooky fun surprise on Wednesday October 15th. Harward Farms came by and donated a pumpkin to each student. We want to say a big thank you! Don’t forget to visit Jakers in Springville to see their petting zoo, straw maze, corn pile, and slides. They also have family movie night on the 17th and 25th. http://harwardfarms.com/jakers/

Tarantula Up Close

Attributions: 
Mr. Ben Atkin

In fourth grade one of our science objectives is to learn about Utah's animals and the biomes they live in. One student brought in a wild tarantula. We were able to discuss it's food, and habitat. The brave students even got a chance to experience tarantulas up close. Even though the experience led to a few scared children, no one was bitten or hurt in any way, including Hairy (our tarantula). All the kids will have a memory they will remember for a very long time.

Fossil Hike

Attributions: 
Mr. Ben Atkin

Our fourth-graders went hiking this month to Red Point. It is about a mile away from our school where the students can find fossils. They are small crustaceans and things like that. They also got to play on the large sandy hill on the way back. Students are usually able to find one or two fossils each. Miss Stephens who is one of our fourth grade teachers has been skunked for five years in a row. It may be because she spends the entire time telling students "Yes this is a fossil, or no this isn't.” We had a lot of fun finding fossils.

September Students of the Month

Kindergarten:  Kingston O’Bannon, Presley Oliver, Micah Yarrington, McKelle Nielson, Copelan Anderson, Liliana Munoz, Hallee Christensen, and Lincoln Kennard.

First-grade:  Emily Oldham, Brigzen Houser, Jace Mangum, Mesha Sharpe, Oakely Jewitt, Chase Christensen, Ryker Newton, Marli Losser, Evor McCandless, Ruby Flores, and Molly Clayson.