Pilgrims and Indians were seen in the Kindergarten classes at Art City Elementary. On November 18th and 19th the Kindergarten classes learned what it was like to be Pilgrims and Indians. They dressed up like a Pilgrim or an Indian, scrubbed a shirt on a wash board, made pockets by sewing on a button, ground corn, made beaded jewelry, popped corn, made shakers and butter. Mrs. Miner and Mrs. Morgan would like to thank all of the moms for you their help.
Dads and Donuts was a wonderful experience for the Third Grade classes, at Art City Elementary on November 12, to read and eat donuts with their dads. An opportunity for the dads of the Third Grade to come and see their students in the classroom environment, thank you Dads for supporting us.
At the end of October Miss Murdocks class had a harvest celebration. They harvested pumpkins and lots of carrots from their school garden. Students estimated the length of the pumpkins circumference, estimated the weight, and estimated how many seeds it had. They sorted the seeds and counted them by using groups of 10. They counted 672 seeds in one pumpkin!
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Donuts, muffins, juice and pajamas, how much fun can you have at school? Miss Lindsey Bush’s sixth grade class at Art City Elementary school, Springville, November 10, 2010 celebrated the end of studying World War II with a newspaper celebration! The students in Miss Bush’s class wrote articles about World War II such as Hitler, the Holocaust, and Pearl Harbor. A few parents came and listened as sixth grade students read the articles they wrote about World War II.
Article by Erin Caswell
Trysta Moala, Natalie Sumsion, Savannah Simmons, and Sammy Gutierrez (sixth grade), Art City Elementary School’s Student Council Presidency, Wednesday, November 10, 2010 went to Brigham Young University for a Student council Leadership Conference. They had the opportunity to listen to speakers such as John Bytheway, Jason Hewlett, and many others to learn about leadership, including others and how to succeed. It was a wonderful experience for all.
Article and Picture by Natalie Sumsion, 6th grade
Art City Elementary School is challenging students to live a more healthy lifestyle. Octobers challenge was to be active for at least 30 minutes for most days of the week and to have at least 20 days of physical activity for the month. All of the students that accomplished this challenge their names were put in for a drawing; the following students were drawn out: Front Row: Rylie Andreasen, Keegan Branam, Kelby Jeppson; Second Row: Steven Merrell, Cody Morris, Lauren Negus, Natalie Mertz; Third Row: Shelby Smith, Cooper Murray, Kali Lamoreaux, Emily Linder.
Here’s to our Heroes at Art City Elementary School. Ted Murray, resident and employee of Springville City, has been mowing the Art City Elementary fields for over 20 years. Ted is a hero to Art City because he comes every Wednesday to mow the field. He takes time to move the equipment up to the building. He takes pride in every lawn that he mows, when he mows the football field he is careful to have every line just right so it looks good for game night. His grandchildren also think he is a hero. Thank you, Ted for all of your years of hard work and service.
Boo! Beware of the Ghosts and Goblins at Art City Elementary School. The Kindergarten classes performed their Halloween program for the school on Monday October 25 and for parents on Tuesday October 26. They sang scary songs and recited scary poems as they entertained moms, dads, grandpas, grandmas and siblings.
The 2010 Reflections recognition at Art City Elementary, was held on Friday, October 29. Reflections is a contest that inspires students to participate in art. Awards were given in several categories including 3-dimensional art, photography, choreography, and music composition. Eighty-nine students participated in Reflections. A few of the students advanced to the next level (District). Everyone who participated received a gift bag the students who moved onto the District level received a medal. Thank you Art City PTA for sponsoring the Reflections competition.