Fifth and second-grade students from Art City Elementary school, Springville, on Friday February 1 and 8, 2013, are confronted with a ‘Bad Person’ “Stay Back you’re not my dad” students said, just as Lietenant Omar Wright, of the Nephi police, wrapped them up to see if they could get away. Using the techniques and the knowledge they have learned from their radKIDS class each student was able to get away. Thank you Mr. Wright of Nephi; and the Utah County Sherriff’s Department for your help and support with simulation; thank you PTA and Mrs.
Art City Elementary School, on Wednesday January 30, 2013, celebrated Martin Luther King and Civil Rights with a Second-grade program. Emma Busath, third-grade ACE reporter said, "It was a spectacular performance!" The songs that were sung included: "Ain't no Mountain High Enough," "Make them Hear You," Lean on Me," "We Got the power," "There can be Miracles." "This Little Light of mine" and "True Colors." Students who performed solos included Ashlyn, Gracee, and Katie. The program focuses on those people who have made a difference in our world.
Art City Elementary Fourth-Grade students had the opportunity to go to the University Mall on December 14th to sing for shoppers and proud parents. The Fourth-grade classes have been singing Christmas songs since September to get ready for their big day at the Mall. A couple of favorites are "Christmas Bills" and "Batteries". They also sang for the school on the 13th of December helping everyone get into the Christmas mood.
On December 18, 2012, the Springville Jr. High school Choir came to Art City Elementary School. The Choir sang Christmas songs and their traditional song “Bum-bitti-bum.” Mrs. Walker, the choir director, said they were not going to sing it but that the students begged; they learned the song in a week and sounded terrific! The choir did a dance called “Crazy Santa” and the all time favorite “Christmas Round” “Chop-Chop, shovel-shovel”. It was very exciting to watch the Jr. High School choir sing. The students look forward to the Choir coming every year, thank you Mrs. Walker.