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

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The Reflections program was started to encourage students to explore their talents and express themselves. This is their chance to share their original art work and be creative.Reflections entries are due by Tuesday, October 25th. The theme is "What Is Your Story?".  Using the theme, students can enter in seven different categories: Literature, Visual Arts, 3-D Art, Dance, Music, Film and Photography. Entry forms are available on the schools website or www.utahpta.org/reflections.  If you are unable to print entry forms online, you can get a copy from the office. Each participant receives a prize! Have fun and be creative!

PTA Reflections - What Is Your Story?

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Artist Statement to accompany each piece

Questions  contact Laralee Deschamps springlakereflections@gmail.com or 801-616-6701

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Fourth-grade Fossil Hike

Spring Lake's 4th grades went fossil hunting Friday. They found lots of great fossils and even saw a few wildlife friends. The kids had tons of fun playing in the sand and looking for fossils, but the highlight was definitely the tarantula. Mrs. Caldwell even let it crawl on her face. It is learning experiences like these that kids will remember for the rest of their lives. Other then of few stickers, the field trip was a huge success. 

Third-grade Field Trip

On October 7th third-grade students got to go to Thankgiving Point's Museum of Natural Curiosity thanks to an iSEE Scholarship from Thanksgiving Point and other business. Students got to learn about our five senses, and how they help us make sense of the world around us. Students had a great time learning, and exploring the museum. Thanks to all the parents who helped chaperone.

Red Ribbon

Student's tied ribbons to the fence to pledge to stay drug free. It is never too young to talk to children about staying healthy and drug free.