Students at Spring Lake Elementary participated in Utah's Great Shakeout. All around the state students practiced what to do in the event of an earthquake.
Mrs. Cofie's class had fun drawing bunnies and Easter baskets.
Happy Easter From Mrs. McFarland's Kindergarten classes.
Students who brought back fast facts every day for the last two weeks in Mrs. Caldwell's class got to throw pies at their teachers. Also pictured is an Easter Egg hunt.
Fifth-grade has been enjoying music out at recess on Fridays. Usually, a dance party starts. Today Mr. Ewell joined in.
Teachers had fun tricking students. There were unsolvable wordsearches, brown 'E's, and a couple of quarters glued to the ground.
Fifth-grade students had the wonderful opportunity to visit with their local representatives in the Utah Legislature. They shared with students about how bills become law. There are many steps. They reminded students that it is "We the People" who can make a difference and that they are never too young to start getting involved in politics. It was a student that helped get a K9 dog in Payson. They answered many student questions. Thank you for taking the time to visit.
Third-grade students made cereal boxes to go along with a book they have been reading this term. They included important events in the story, information about the book, and even had a game on the back. There are so many good choices when it comes to these cereal boxes. Well done third-grade.
Every year at Spring Lake, we like to participate in a fundraiser for charity. In the past, we have done Val-o-grams and donated the money to the Kids Cause organization.
This year, we are going to raise money for a deserving family from our very own school community! We are calling our charitable fundraiser, "Silver for Sophie". We want to thank Mrs.Davis, one of our awesome Kindergarten teachers, for coming up with the idea and helping to organize this fundraiser to benefit a deserving family.