October 2016

The Monster Mash Posters

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The Monster Mash is coming on Thursday, October 6, 2016.  Please support Art City Elementary School with your generous donations. Each class made a Monster Mash poster.  Ask your children which one their class helped make. 

 

Art City Student Council Presidency and Council Members

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The Art City Student Body elections were held on Friday September 30, 2016.  The Council is made up of a President, a vice President, a Secretary, and an Historian.  The following students are Art City Elementary Schools Student Council for the 2016-2017 School year:  Will Hammond President, Jocelyn Hunt Vice President, Katie Durfey Secretary, and Arelia Olsen Historian.  The Council members are as follows Gage Jeppson, Ashlyn Busath, Oliver Wilson, Emme Trunnell, Kolby Jepperson, Brendon Jessip, Ryan Conrad, and Sophie Hunt. 

The Life Cycle of a Butterfly

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Students in the second-grade classes have the opportunity to learn about the life cycle of a butterfly.   Students make diagrams of the life cycle and they watch real live caterpillers change from a caterpiller to cacoon to a butterfly; then watch as the butterflies are released. Many insects go through either complete or incomplete metamorphosis. The butterfly is an example of an insect that undergoes complete metamorphosis. This type of life cycle is marked by significant changes in the shape and structure of the insect.

Zentangle Artistry

Students in Judy Luther's 3rd-grade class had the opportunity to make Zentangle pictures.  Zentangle is a focused and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. It aids in the development of fine motor skills and it is also calming. The best part is that it turns out looking great! The students are fantastic Zentangle Artists!

 

Students Run For Student Council

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Art City Elementary school has a student council.  Each year students in the sixth-grade have the opportunity to plead their case in front of their peers as to why they would be the best fit for the student council.  Before they get to the week of posters, students decide in their classrooms who they want to represent them.  The students nominate and vote for nine students in their class, after the class picks, the teachers make reccomendations and the students get permission from their parents.

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