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State Capitol

Submitted by doug.lai on Fri, 02/24/2017 - 17:58
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The fifth-grade classes at Spring Lake Elementary recently enjoyed a fantastic field trip to the State Capitol in Salt Lake City on February 16, 2017. The students were able to view the beautifully renovated capitol building and were awed by its architecture and grandeur. They enjoyed learning about the vital work that goes on at the Capitol for our state’s citizens. While there, students had an opportunity to see the state legislature in action by observing in both the senate and house galleries. Students were recognized on the floor for being in attendance by Senator Deidre Henderson.

Kindness Week

Submitted by doug.lai on Wed, 02/22/2017 - 15:44
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Students have been taking a pledge to do kind things this week and always. As they do, teachers reward them with tickets which go in for a drawing. Classes with the most tickets will be rewarded. 

Teacher Appreciation

Submitted by doug.lai on Tue, 02/21/2017 - 22:10
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Olivia Lyman Jewell
The school looked amazing today and I got tons of great feedback from both teachers and staff. I know putting it together was a lot of work from a lot of parents, we pulled together and did an awesome job. Thank you so much to all who contributed and who will continue to contribute this week. And thanks to our great teachers!! #slhawksrock

Will it Fly

Submitted by doug.lai on Thu, 02/16/2017 - 08:01
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Mrs. Crook

The sixth-grades have been studying heat in science. They designed and engineered hot air balloons to study convection. Valentine's Day they had the opportunity to fly these balloons with the help of Adam Mitchell from BYU.

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