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State Capitol Visit

Submitted by doug.lai on Wed, 02/14/2018 - 21:38
Perry Ewell

The fifth-grade classes at Spring Lake Elementary recently enjoyed a fantastic field trip to the State Capitol in Salt Lake City on February 13, 2018. 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. Both Senator Henderson and Representative Marc Roberts took time to meet with students, share their experiences and answer questions about serving in the Legislature.

Student Of The Month For January

Submitted by doug.lai on Mon, 02/12/2018 - 21:10

Tolmon Mikesell, Rianna Geiger, Adilene Espinoza, Malia Dargel, Allison Tingen, Landon Luek, Stella Evans, Kache Oliver, Kambree Willes, Jason Carothers, Waylon Dewsnup, Elsie Wolfe, Claire Gunderson, Kael Ross, Victoria Harper, Adrianne Garcia, Delaia Sandoval Martinez, Zack Benson, Marlee Bohn, Dawson Zobell, Emily Valle, Kloie Cuddeback, Addie Madsen, Lila Andreason, Aidaleena Steiner, Calon Mittelman, Emely Espinoza, Caden Richins, Savannah Thornton, Alfredo Lopez, McKinley Toone, Lucas Brancolino, Jack Dewitt, Kenzleigh Walker, Landen Hartley, Sophia Smith, Laurelin S


Submitted by teresa.jordan on Thu, 02/08/2018 - 21:13

The Student Council and Hawk Squad will be selling VAL-O-GRAMS next week in the front lobby before school on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.  Students can send a card and small treat to a friend, sibling, teacher or anyone at the school.  Cost is .25 cents each or 5 for $1.00. Proceeds will be donated to charity!  

Reaction Time

Submitted by doug.lai on Wed, 02/07/2018 - 21:21

Discovery Gateway came to the school and taught us about chemical reactions. The presenter did several experiments that showed us examples of chemical and physical changes. Each class had a session of their own where they were able to conduct experiments and determine if their reaction was physical or chemical. Check out live videos on our Facebook page. 

#science #stem #unexpected #springlakehawks #springlakeelem


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