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Wednesday, December 14th, the sixth-grade orchestra performed for the student body during the day and that night performed for the Nebo School Board.  They did a great job! The next night they held a Christmas concert for their parents.  

Mrs. Emily Fringer has been working with students two and three times a week since the beginning of school.  In our first year, we had twelve students participate in orchestra.  This year we have doubled to twenty-four students.  We are excited for the Spring Lake Orchestra program. 

Students Featured in District Christmas Card

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Spring Lake Elementary students participated in the School Districts’ Christmas Card competition. The winner would have their card be the Districts official Christmas card that would be sent to over four thousand employees.  Two of our students were chosen as winners. Elliot Evan in Mrs. Janae Wilson’s fifth-grade was on the cover and received a $25 prize, and Natalie Rapier was featured on the inside, winning $10. Congratulations to both.

A Christmas Carol

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A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens was put on using Bon Ra Ku Puppets, on Friday, December 9th, 2011.

Bon Ra Ku originated in Japan. Puppets and Puppeteers are right on stage and in sight of the audience. The puppets are operated by two or more people, and sticks are used to move the head, arms, and feet. Puppeteers are usually dressed in black and hooded, which aids in blending into the background.

November Student of the Month

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AM Kindergarten - Not pictured: Isreal Santillian, Natalia Quijas, Aiden Houck, Julie Baxter, Juan Pastor, and Kambrie Carter.

PM Kindergarten: Byton Ross, Rylee Carter, Allyson Beardall, and Parker Schollenberger.

First-grade: Nika Leuk, Libby Miller, Makayla Sandoval, Corbin Llewellyn, Ryuer Hancock, Mallie Johnson, Patricia Montgomery, Jared Ullery, Tessa Hutchings, Kaden Liddiard, Kylie Christensen, and Branson Baker.