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.
Hello, this is Art City Elementary reporter Emmelia Cieslewicz with my little brother Ephraim, here to report for the fourth grade dinosaur museum held on Friday,October 1, 2010. The Fourth grade classes made dinosaur projects and presented them to show what had been learned for the past month. All of the classes came to see the "Dinosaur Museum" as well as parents. A lot of people learned about dinosaurs and had tons of fun. Bye!
Wanted Readers! DeAnna Lindsey, the librarian at Art City Elementary in Springville, caught a few students reading this week. Our wanted readers are: Natalie Sumsion 6th grade, Savannah Pope 2nd grade, Joshua Ball 3rd grade, Carson Bird 4th grade, and Mark Warner the custodian
The first graders at Art City had a great time at Hee Haw Farms this week. Students learned about plants as they traveled through the corn maze and picked their own pumpkins. They learned about animals, corn and sunflowers. A good time was had by all. Pictured are: Jacob Martinez, Christine Bloodgood Audrey Hawkins, Austin Mertz and Noah Moeaki
Calling heroes everywhere! Art City Elementary School in Springville, is celebrating the heroes in our lives at the scholastic Book Fair October 25-28. We can find heroes in our community, school and our favorite books. Help us give a shout out to super heroes and super books during our week long celebration! The book fair will be open during school hours, a family night Tuesday 5-6:30p.m. with a bonus late night (8p.m.) Thursday October 28th.
- The Student Council at Art City Elementary, Springville, has been chosen. The adult leaders are Teresa Winkler, School Counselor and Natalie Perkins 6th grade teacher, the council members are starting at the top left; Natalie Sumsion, Historian; Savannah Simmons, Vice President; Camille Ostler, Sammy Gutierrez, President; Trysta Moala Secretary; Elizabeth Brimhall, Lizibith Summerhalder, Emily Mason, Rebecca Hammond, Garrett Huffaker, Brady Dolan, and Max Riche.
Art City Elementary, in Springville, welcomed Superintendent Rick Nielsen, on October 8, 2010. Mr. Nielsen sat down with a second grade student, McKayla Richins, and worked on a pattern McKayla had started. The teachers at Art City are excited that Mr. Nielsen is the Superintendent, as he was their principal eight years ago.