Thank You and Happy Retirement!!

A SPECIAL THANK YOU to Teresa Balser, Debbie Hadlock, Barbara Miner, and Sandy Sutton,  for the many years of service you have given us at Art City Elementary.  You have touched many lives through your examples and your willingness to give of your time, wisdom and love.  The faculty, staff and students of Art City will miss each of you and want to wish you happiness and success in all you do.  We love you! 

Parents and Friends please join us in honoring these amazing women at an open house on Wednesday, May 18th from 3-5 p.m. at Art City Elementary.

 

Stormy Day Crab Soccer

On Friday, May 6, 2016, PE classes at Art City were suddenly forced inside due to lightning.  The giant Soccer ball was pulled out and students sat down into crab walk position and had the opportunity to chase and defend their lines to keep the soccerball in the middle, many laughs and giggles were heard. 

Art City Student Council

Art City Elementary school's student council have many opportunities to serve the school.  On every Thursday they pick-up the recyling.  At every assembly you will see them at all of the doors holding signs up to remind students to remain quiet as they enter the Gym.  Student Council memebers watch for two of the quietest classes to earn a reward.  Other duties include helping during book fairs and helping teachers when needed. Pictured:  Aspen, Sydnie, Ashlie, Gizelle, Allie, Tanner, Cooper, Richmond, Jason, Bridger and Jeff.

Awesome Eagle Pizza Party

If you are an Awesome Eagle you get to put your name on board and when there is one whole row everyone on that row gets to have a pizza party.  On December 2, 2015 and May 6, 2016 the board was filled and between 10-12 students were drawn out to enjoy pizza for lunch.  Congratulations Awesome Eagles, keep up the kindness and doing nice things for others. 

Art City Sixth-grade Creates Castles with Play Dough

Art City Elementary school sixth-grade students study ancient civilizations some favorites include Egyptian sarcophagus' and Medieval times.  To help students have hands on experiences with Medieval  times Mrs. Makin's class had the opportunity to use Play dough.  "Play dough in 6th grade?!  You bet, if it's for making a Medieval kingdom."  Mrs. Makin said, "The students really get their hands into their work."

Make a Difference

There are over 60 million refugees in the world today with many needs, Mrs Makin's 6th-grade class would like to invite you to help "make a difference". Art City Elementary is collecting supplies for hygiene kits now through April 29th. The items needed are as follows: soap, shampoo and conditioner, toothbrushes and toothpaste, hair brushes and combs, razors, shaving cream, hand towels, wash clothes, and chapstick.

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