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Third-grade Students Receive Dictionaries

Submitted by doug.lai on Tue, 11/08/2011 - 14:11

The Spanish Fork Rotary Club and Zions Bank of Payson have worked together to bring dictionaries to third grade students. These are a huge asset for our students. As part of receiving the dictionaries we will be hosting a Spelling Bee next term. Thank you to Zions Bank of Payson and the Spanish Fork Rotary Club. Pictured is Hayden Kilpatrick in Mr. Douglas Lai's class.

Red Ribbon Week at Spring Lake Elementary

Submitted by doug.lai on Mon, 11/07/2011 - 15:36

October 24th -27th Student at Spring Lake Elementary  participated in Red Ribbon week. The students had fun making posters pledging to be drug free. Monday students wore red and purple. Tuesday was crazy hat and sock day. Wednesday was crazy hair day and Thursday students wore pajamas to school. The PTA was a huge support with prizes for every student each day. Students received rulers, stickers, pencil, and candy.

Space The Final Frontier

Submitted by doug.lai on Mon, 11/07/2011 - 15:32
Attributions: 
Mrs. Howard

Students created their own planet and universe.

Beginning with black construction paper students learned to splatter paint, which created their background for their solar system.  Finger paint was used for the base for planets and land masses.

Next, students added their planets and land masses. The ORB city was added last.  Students then had a lesson in shading, which helped their planets go from a flat appearance to a 3-D effect.  

Great job to all!

UVU presents Princess and the Goblin

Submitted by doug.lai on Mon, 10/31/2011 - 16:31

On Thursday October 27th, 2011. Utah Valley University theater students came to Spring Lake Elementary School to present The Princess and the Goblin. There were four students that played over 10 different characters in this play. It was a funny and exciting tale, where the characters learned that sometime you have to believe in things that cannot be seen. It was great to see the interaction between the humans and goblins and how they dealt with their differences.

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