September 24-28 will be Art City's Green Ribbon Week. Green Ribbon Week focuses on preventing pedestrian and automobile injuries. Children are at greater risk for pedestrian related injuries due to their small size and inability to judge distances and vehicle speeds.
Please have your child use the green ribbon that was sent home to tie on their bag or backpack as a reminder that green means "go" safely while traveling on the streets.
The upcoming events for the week are as follows:
Art City Elementary School and Brigham Young University (BYU) are partners in teaching and developing amazing teachers, in doing so Dr. Brad Wilcox, Professor of Literacy for the Education Department at BYU, came to Art City with his students. He modeled how to teach a literacy lesson, his students observed him, his lesson involved the students (Mrs. Westover's Second grade students) asking them to describe their teacher, as they did he, as well as the Second Grade students, wrote on a giant note pad. Dr.
Have you filled a bucket today? Art City Elementary School, in Springville, has a goal to be bucket fillers not dippers. This week's Bucket Fillers are: (not pictured in order not all pictured): Michelle, Afton, Tyler, Lizzie, Kyler, Michael, Jonathan, Allison, Gabe, Connor, Josh, Kevin, Samantha, Coy, Jordyn, Savannah, Jane, and Wyatt. Good job everyone keep up the good work.
Have you filled a bucket today? Art City Elementary School, in Springville, has a goal to be bucket fillers not dippers. This week's Bucket Fillers are: (not pictured in order not all pictured): Darcia, Dillion, Trayden, Ryan, Tyler, Brandon, Gibb, Caleb, Riley, Alexa, Cam, Anthony, Caitlin, Jack, Emma, Hannah, Alejandro, Kate, Garrison, Rebecca, Carson, Carson, Alice. Good job everyone keep up the good work.
Have you filled a bucket today? This is the question that is being asked at Art City Elementary School, in Springville. At the beginning of the last year Mrs. Nielsen shared a book called “Have You Filled a Bucket Today?” with the faculty and staff. She told about a day when things had not started off well. When she got to school one of the students came up to her and told her how nice she looked. Instantly her day changed and her bucket was full.