Registration is well underway for the 2017-18 school year and must be completed by August 1st. Please take a moment to register your student(s) by going to http://artcity.nebo.edu/registration. All registration is to be done online this year. If you prefer to do this at the school, Chrome Books will be available from 8 am - 4 pm on August 1st for your convenience. The donation can be paid online, over the phone or in the office by card, cash or check. Please call our office if you have any questions.
The Chrystal Apple Award was awarded to Cristy Bird, sixth-grade teacher at Art City Elementary school. This is what her team said about her: "I am not surprised at all that Cristy won the Crystal Apple Award. In fact, it should be called the “Cristy” Apple Award because Cristy exemplifies all the attributes necessary to deserve the reward.
Moms had the opportunity to come to their student's third-grade classes for some muffins and math time at Art City Elementary school on Friday, May 12, 2017. Moms' and muffins is an opportunity for moms to come to the school and do some math with their students or for the students to show how well they know their math. Thank you Moms for taking time out of your busy schedule.
Art City students of the month for April are as follows: Megan Gwilliam, Gracie Groneman, Emme Trunnell, Sydney Hardy, Aidyn Canfield, David Jones, Lily Hyde, Kaylee Elzinga, Anna Smith, Tehani Cromer, Sefo Godkin, Willie Carter, Rozlyn Robertson, Violet Brown, Analisa Elzinga, Kaisen Fausett, Megan Rawle, Ella Park, Gwen Jonston, and Katelyn Rawley.
Mrs. Morgan's Kindergarten class learned the Poem "Crowded Tub" then had the opportunity to draw a self portrait to represent themselves in the "Crowded Tub". "There are too many kids in the tub, There are too many Elbows to scrub, I just washed a knee, Whose could it be? There are too many kids in this tub! By Shel Silverstein.
The students in Mrs. Makin's class really tore things apart! They dissected owl pellets and discovered the not so happy endings to some birds and rodents. They had gross fun picking through the pellets to find bones, teeth and other things. One group found an ankle band from a not so lucky bird! Through research they found that it belonged to a racing pigeon that was on its way to Cedar City. Obviously, that bird did not win the race!