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Animal Bite Prevention

Mrs. Cheryl Cofie

Third-grade classes at Spring Lake have been writing informational reports on animals they have researched. Each student picked an animal to write about and then researched to find information telling about the animal’s description, what it eats, its habitat, and other unique qualities. As an extension of this research they were fortunate to have Kierstan Munford, with the North Utah Valley Animal Shelter, come and give them a presentation about animal bite prevention. Ms. Munford’s son, Riley Van Nosdol is in third-grade at Spring Lake.

February Students of the Month


Kindergarten:  Ella Deschamps, Tyler Carrick, Addison Curtis, Isaac Sutton, Henessy Flores, Jake DeWitt, Zachary Anderson, Ella Jewell, Cheyenne Fulton, and Koston Passey.

First Grade:  Satynn Rhoden, Brogen Broderick, Carter Lindsey, Haley Howard, Tyler Kitchen, Rilynn Davis, Jack Alvey, Taryn Wimmer, Cody McFarland, Kaydrie Slider, Alex Peralta, and Mia LeFevre.

Zebra Stripes


Zebras are beautiful creatures no matter if they are white with black stripes, or black with white stripes. Fifth and sixth-grade students had a great time making Zebras in Art. Remember no two zebras have the same pattern.


Arlo Needs Glasses

Mrs. Sunny Howard

After reading the book Arlo Needs Glasses in art, Mrs. Sunny Howard taught her students how to draw Arlo the dog.  Students then chose the type of glasses they wanted on Arlo and began designing them. Arlo is one lucky dog.