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Colossal Cabbage Reaps Scholarship

Submitted by doug.lai on Thu, 01/10/2013 - 10:14
Attributions: 
Mrs. Kathy Ware

On January 4th Spring Lake student, Lillian Spieth, received a very special award during the school assembly. Special guests Mr. and Mrs. Terrell from Bonnie Plants along with two guests from the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food Larry Lewis and Leonard Blackham, the Utah State Commissioner of Agriculture and Food, came to present Lillian with a check for one thousand dollars for being Utah’s State winner of the Bonnie Plants Cabbage Growing Contest.

First-grade Learns About Winter Holidays Around The World

Submitted by doug.lai on Fri, 01/04/2013 - 16:43
Attributions: 
Ms. Lindsey Smith

During the month of December, our first-grade students at Spring Lake have been learning all
about Christmas and other winter holidays around the world! They are learning
about how kids in France, Mexico, and Italy celebrate Christmas and the fun
traditions that they have, which may be different from those in America. First-grade is also learning about Hanukkah and Kwanzaa and how kids in America
celebrate those holidays. All of the kids are working hard on art projects such as

Spring Lake Elementary Orchestra

Submitted by doug.lai on Fri, 01/04/2013 - 16:39

On Thursday December 20th, Spring Lake students had the opportunity to listen to the sixth-grade orchestra. The sixth grade have been practicing hard three days a week all year before school. We are lucky to have Mrs. Emily Fringer as our orchestra teacher. The students performed several songs, which included Christmas songs.  Each student that announced the song was able to tell why it was their favorite.

Class Donation To A school In Kenya

Submitted by doug.lai on Fri, 01/04/2013 - 16:28
Attributions: 
Sam Neal

    Ms. Stephens' class has been donating money to a Kenyan school. If kids read all five days that equals one dollar.  As a class, we read enough to donate $80.00 to the school in Kenya!  That's enough to buy three desks for three kids!
    The Kenyan school kid sit on floors to learn. There pencils can get to half an inch long! They make their own toys made of things like sandals, tires, sticks, plastic bags, and more.

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