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6th Grade 1st Annual Shakespeare Festival

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Written by Shana Huffaker

On May 24th, Art City Sixth grade participated in the 1st annual Art City Sixth Grade Shakespeare Festival. The Sixth grade learned about Shakespeare in their social studies classes, each class selected a Shakespeare play. They practiced their plays, then preformed for each other. The students were able to enjoy two of Shakespear's tragedies and two of his comedies. Everyone had a great time.
 

It Pays to Read May 2010

It Pays to Read! Art City Elementary celebrated reading on Tuesday May 18th, 2010 with an assembly that pays the students for reading. Each month students read and turn in a slip for every 100 minutes they read. If their name is drawn they are invited to choose four teachers to help shoot baskets. For each basket there is a dollar value: $1, $2, $3, $4, and $5, the most anyone student can make is $15.

First Grade Builds a Garden

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Article and pictures by McKell Murdock

Miss McKell Murdock's 1st grade class planted seeds and plants in the brand new Art City Garden Friday May 21st. This garden will be a resource to students at Art City to study many different content areas. This year students measured the area, designed the layout, learned about different plants, designed and created signs, and actually planted seeds and plants. The students look forward to the Fall when they can reap the rewards of their harvest. Thank you to Woodstuff, Diamond's Greenhouse and Eagle scout, Bradely Borget, for donating soil, plants and labor.

History is a Mystery for the 6th Grade Program

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Pictures by Randy Wilkinson

History is a Mystery was the theme for Art City's 6th grade, on Wednesday May 19th, as they sang and danced about music and themes from the past, ending with a very exciting and moving "Foot Loose" where the students really kicked up their heels and had a lot of fun. Good Luck 6th grade as you make your own history going on to 7th grade.
 

Sixth Grade Hershey Track Meet

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Pictures by Randy Wilkenson

Sixth grade was the last class to get to go to the Hershey Track meet all the students have had a wonderful time running throwing and jumping through all of the track and field events. Thank you Springville City and Springville High school for all you have done to help the Elementary Schools with these events.
 

Art City has Talent

Art City students shared their talents with the student body of Art City Elementary by playing the piano, leaping, twirling flags and tada. Thank you everyone for sharing your talents with us. Thank you Mrs. Rhonda Crane, Mr. Dave Rowe, and Mr. Mark Warner for all you do to help the talent show happen.
 

BYU Folk Dancers

The BYU Folk Dancers came to Art City Elementary Friday May 7th and shared their show "Folk dance: From Village to Stage." This show was a snippet of all the wonderful places, people and cultures that are out there in this big wide world. Music and dance is one of their favorite ways to explore and share culture traditions. One message they hope to share: "The world has its share of problems,lets try to strive to be part of the solution and hope for tomorrow. Together we can make a difference." (Quoted from a letter of appreciation by Delynne Peay, Artistic Director)

Art City Presents Aladdin

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Pictures by Genna Murray

Art City is proud to present the musical, Aladdin. Come and enjoy an Arabian night! May 6 & 7th at 7p.m. at Art City Elementary Gym, cost Free. Doors will open at 6 p.m. an adult may save up to five seats but must remain with those seats.
 

Fourth Grade Science Fair

Art City Elementary Fourth grade had a science fair on Friday April 16th. The young scientists discovered "germs" on keyboards, play ground equipment and doors. One student discovered that when you microwave soap it creates quite a foam that hardens when cooled. Some students tested theories of how to germinate seeds and some checked to see what plants liked to drink, if they prefered soda or water. "Is Celery dead or alive after it is cut?" "What produced electricity?" and "Will potatoes grow toward the light"? Thank you Fourth grade for sharing your knowledge with us.
 

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