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Kindergarten goes to Pumkin Land

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Pictures and Story by Alisa Morgan

Art City Elementary’s kindergarten classes enjoyed a day at Pumpkin Land at Vineyard Garden Center in Orem. Students navigated their way out of a corn maze, saw farm animals, and learned about the fall season and harvest.

Wanted Readers!

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Written By DeAnna Lindsey

Wanted Readers! For Reading at Art City Elementary. The librian, DeAnna Lindsey, is always on the lookout to catch students reading. When students are spotted with a book their picture is taken and hung up in the wanted readers corner. Readers caught recently are: Principal Mrs. Lori Nielsen, 5th Grade Chris Ohman, 2nd Grade Andrew Wilding, 3rd Grade Kelby Jeppson, and 4th Grade Jaiden Fisher.

Art City Fifth Grades went to Shadow Mountain

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pictures by Lori Nielsen and Cooper Murray

Art City Elementary's 5th grade had the opportunity to visit Shadow Mountain on Thursday September 23rd. The Fifth grade students throughout the Nebo School District are invited to go to Shadow Mountain Camp in the Summer. The field trip is for the fifth grade is to see where it is and some of the activities they may get to do. Some of the activities they did were team building and problem solving, as well as coopertive games. One student said, "I learned what strengths others had and what parts people play".

Art City's Annual Fun Run

Art City Elementary had their Fun Run on September 15th as part of Health and Safety Week. Third through Sixth Grade students, parents, and even a few faculty ran a two and a half mile course through neighborhoods surrounding Art City Elementary School. The First and Second grade students ran a half a mile course around the Art City Elementary School field.

The First Day of School

Welcome back to school Art City Elementary. The Art City PTA welcomed students back to school Tuesday, August 23, 2010. Can you see those smiles? Moms are just as excited to see their students going to school as the students are to be going. It is a new year and a new teacher. Welcome back students.

Final Farewell to Dave Rowe

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Pictures by DeAnna Lindsey

The PTA parents, past and present students gathered in front of Art City Elementary on Thursday May 27th, to say a final, "Make yourself a great Day!" farewell to Mr. Dave Rowe. Thank you Mr. Rowe for all you have done for our community, you will be missed.
 

Good Bye Mr. Rowe

At the end of the awards assembly on Monday, May 24th, at Art City Elementary school Mr. Dave Rowe (Principal at Art City for 7 years) was surprised as the students and Faculty sung a farewell song to him. The Nebo School District has reassigned Mr. Rowe to Hobble Creek Elementary school in Mapleton. Mr. Rowe will be missed as we have all grown to love and appreciate all that he has done for Art City and the community.
 

Good Bye Mrs. Sabey

After 21 years of teaching Kindergarten (4 years at Taylor Elementary in Payson and 17 years at Art City Elementary in Springville) Mrs. Susan Sabey is retiring. "My husband wants me to spend time with him traveling, scrap booking, and playing with grand kids". When ask what her favorite thing about teaching has been, "I love seeing them come in not knowing much about reading and writing and by the end of the school year watching them write and listening to them read so well." What will she miss the most? "The faculty, staff, but most of all the students." Good luck Mrs.

Art City Field Day

As the end of the school year is drawing near, the students celebrate a fun field day at Art City Elementary school on Tuesday, May 25th. It is tradition that the 6th grade students are in the dunk tank for everyone to take turns throwing softballs to dunk them. Students also run relays, play tug of war and participate in other fun activities. Thank you Art City PTA for making this day possible.
 

5th grade travels through the United States

It is a tradition at Art City Elementary for the 5th grade to have a "State float parade" at the end of the year to culminate their knowledge of all the states and the capitols. Two students are assigned a state and they create a poster and a float that depicts characteristics from that state it is then carried and pulled through the halls for the students of all grades to see. Thank you 5th grade for sharing with everyone.

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