Safety always: Richard Beach, from the Springville Fire Department, came to Art City Elementary school, Friday, October 9, 2009, to remind everyone how to stay safe. Some of the points he taught: Never leave a candle burning if leaving the room, blow it out before you go; be careful around the stove, don’t wear loose clothes while cooking, turn the pot handles in so no one pulls it over or bumps into it, use pot holders or hot pads, and if a fire starts in the pan use a hot pad, get a lid, and place it on top of the pan to smother the flames; there always needs to be a three foot cleara
Can you spot which one is not a kindergartener? Art City kindergarten classes had a spook-tacular time, Thursday, October 8, 2009, at Pumpkin land in Orem. The children explored the corn maze, visited the ghosts and goblins in the friendly spook alley, and finished their excursion by bringing home a pumpkin of their own to decorate
Old McDonald had a farm e I e I e I o and on this farm we all said “Hee Haw”. The first grade from Art City Elementary School went to Hee Haw farms in Pleasant Grove on Tuesday, September 29th to see how plants grow. They looked at the parts of plants as they navigated a corn maze, walked past the giant sunflowers and picked a pumpkin. They also saw animals, jumped on the hay jump, went on a hay ride, played in the corn box and enjoyed a picnic.
WOW! What a week, September 21-24, at Art City Elementary school. The Students had the opportunity to vote for student council officers, the results were really close.
Student council at Art City for the 2009-10 year:
back row from left to right, Sarah Rawle; Leah Daybell, secretary; Carmen Payne activities; Gentry Hendricks; Cassidy Buhler, president;
bottom row left to right, Jason Davis; Shay Church; Tyler Wright, Vice President; Christopher Luther; and Avery Graves.
Aaaah, fresh air! The fifth grade classes from Art City Elementary went to Shadow Mtn. on Thursday, September 18th. They were involved in several challenging leadership and team building exercises and enjoyed being in the mountain air.
Shadow Mountain is a camp 5th grade students in the Nebo School District have the opportunity to attend during the summer. Today they were able see what it is like. Being with friends and learning to get along all while being in the mountains was an adventure these 5th grade students will never forget.