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Payson Fire Department Visits Spring Lake Elementary Preschool.

Submitted by doug.lai on Fri, 11/12/2010 - 16:42

Preschool students had some special visitors that came in to show them tools that they use when they come to rescue people. They put on their fire suit to show them that they are not scary guys. If students ever have a fire at their home the firemen will come and help. Students had fun exploring the fire truck. Thank You Payson Fire Department.

Third Grade Thanksgiving Feast

Submitted by doug.lai on Fri, 11/12/2010 - 16:32

Third grade students at Spring Lake enjoyed a Thanksgiving Feast. Students wore pilgrim hats along with Indian headbands and enjoyed school Thanksgiving lunch. Students made placemats as part of a math glyph to have their meals on. Afterwards parents provided pies and whipped cream.  Thanks for all those who helped this day be a great success and something students will remember.


Bentley Douglass Wins Bike

Submitted by doug.lai on Fri, 11/12/2010 - 16:27

Spring Lake Elementary students have been reading towards their goal of 2.6 million minutes. For five nights of reading students get to put a ticket in the drawing. For a complete week of reading they get to put in two. On Friday November 5th they pulled the first winner of six for the year for a bicycle. We will draw another winner in seven weeks. Keep reading.

Fire Prevention Coloring Contest Winners

Submitted by doug.lai on Wed, 10/20/2010 - 12:39
Pictures by Mrs. Ullery

There was a busy week of coloring at Spring Lake Elementary in all the grades in hopes of being the lucky winners of the ‘Fire Prevention Week’ coloring contest. The Payson fire department collected all of the pages and selected the following winners: Kindergarten – Jared Ullery, First grade – Kate Golding, second grade – Brinnley Layton, third grade – Daniel Fordianni, fourth grade – Darby Miller, fifth grade – Brandon Earl, and sixth grade – Stephanie Scott.

So on Friday October 8th the Fire Department came in with lights and sirens and picked up the lucky winners. They treated them to lunch along with students from other elementary schools in Payson.

Thank you Chief Scott J. Spencer and all the brave men and women that keep us safe!


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