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Art City Food Drive and Coat Exchange

Submitted by julia.murray on Mon, 12/12/2011 - 16:00
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Written by Teresa Winkler
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Art City Elementary School student council made posters for a food drive and coat exchange which was sponsored by the Art City PTA.  The posters they made were fabulous and very artistic.  The food went to the Kiwanis club to help needy families in Springville.  The coats donated were available for families at Art City Thursday and Friday December 8th and 9th; the left over coats were taken to another Springville school to be made available to families who needed coats.   Thank you everyone who donated coats and food.

Have You Filled a Bucket Today?

Submitted by julia.murray on Fri, 12/09/2011 - 10:25
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Have you filled a bucket today?  Art City Elementary School, in
Springville, has a goal to be bucket fillers not dippers.  This week's
Bucket Fillers are: (not pictured in order)  First-grade:  Jack
Jarvie, Boston Vest, Caleb Smith, Luke Barksdale, Brendan Jessop,
Kaede Camero, Olivia Webster; Second-grade:  Caitlin Johnson,
MacKenzie Williams, Gage Gilmore, Claire Langton, Jacob Crookston,
Taylor Benson, Jag Barton; Third-grade:  Sabreena Garcia, McKay
Dalley, Drake Caldwell, Daniel Kawai, John Tores, Tiare Cromar, Jack

Have you filled a Bucket today?

Submitted by julia.murray on Fri, 12/02/2011 - 23:04
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Have you filled a bucket today?  Art City Elementary School, in
Springville, has a goal to be bucket fillers not dippers.  This week's
Bucket Fillers are: (not pictured in order not all pictured):
First-Grade:  Nathan Buckman, Gabe Morris, Paige Hughes, Sophie Welch,
 Kai Martinez, Megan Irvine, Dallin Robinson; Second-Grade:  Allie
Harris, Aspen Larsen, Beckett Eames, Steven Merrell, Dianna Sosa,
Jadyn Avery, Spencer Neel, Jayden Luke, Jacob Tijerina; Third-grade;
Samantha Waite, Isaiah Cieslewicz, Micah Schmitz, Caleb Hansen, Dawson

Utah Native American Culture at Art City Elementary School

Submitted by julia.murray on Fri, 12/02/2011 - 22:58
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Article By Emmelia Cieslewicz; Pictures by Amelia Trunnel and Kaitlyn Gee
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On November 29, 2011, Native Americans Eileen Quintana and Natalie
Billie representing the Navajo and Ute tribes, came to Art City
Elementary School, Springville, to teach the fourth and fifth grade
students about Utah Native American culture.  They showed the students
artifacts such as cradle boards, drums, pottery, and rugs.  Eileen and
Natalie had volunteers come up and try on traditional Native American
dance costumes.  The boy's costume had many yellow and red feathers
and was bird-like.  There were two different girls' costumes.  One was

How I Became a Pirate

Submitted by julia.murray on Wed, 11/30/2011 - 12:02
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Article by Miss Shoni Winkel 2nd grade Teacher Pictures by Mrs. Mara Kunzler
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The 2nd grade had an opportunity to go to the Scera Shell theatre to see a children's play of "How I Became a Pirate."  The teachers wanted to provide the students an opportunity to see a live musical production.  After the show the entire second grade had the chance to go on stage, meet the cast and take pictures with them.  Several members of the cast have performed with Miss Shoni Winkel and were more than happy to stay and give their time to the students.  The Second grade had read the book “How I Became a Pirate” by Melinda Long and illustrated by David Shannon,  before they went to se

Art City Bucket Fillers

Submitted by julia.murray on Wed, 11/30/2011 - 11:42
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Have you filled a bucket today?  Art City Elementary School, in Springville, has a goal to be bucket fillers not dippers.  This week's Bucket Fillers are: (not pictured in order) Elise Barson, Spencer Park, Joshua Torres, Ryan Conrad, Kowan Vanorman, Brooke Constantine, 1st-grade; Megan Clisbee, Becca Newman, Lily Holladay, 2nd-grade; Cayden Webster, 3rd-grade; Kate Chatfield, Hunter Clarke, Mikayla Robinson, Hannah Mason, Dakota Pace,  Rebecca Walton, Royce Torres 4th-grade; Jax Harris, Austin Watts, 5th-grade; Lauren Sumsion, Jenna Sokolowski, Abby Kawai, 6th grade.

Art City Wax Museum

Submitted by julia.murray on Wed, 11/30/2011 - 11:08
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Article by Emmelia Cieslewcz and Kaitlyn Gee
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Art City Elementary Fifth-grade students held their annual wax museum on Friday November 19, 2011.  Fifth-grade students dressed up as famous and important people (characters) in America’s history.  Some of the characters from history that were seen included,  Amelia Earhart, Dave Thomas, Sacagawea, Betsy Ross, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Florence Joyner, Katharine Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Eleanor Roosevelt, just to name a few.  The rest of the students in the school, as well as family, walked through the museum, asking questions and learning about these famous people.

Dads Come to Art City Elementary for Donuts—and Reading

Submitted by julia.murray on Mon, 11/21/2011 - 11:26
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Art City Elementary, in Springville, on Friday, November 18, 2011, third-grade students invited their dads, uncles, grandpas, and friends to come eat a donut and read a book.  Miss McKell Murdock, third-grade teacher, invited her dad and grandpa and they too read with students.  Isaiah Cieslewicz invited his uncle, Collin Stewart, to come Isaiah read “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”.  Isaiah thought it was fun to spend time with his uncle.   Jake Follette invited his dad, Mark Follette, Jake read to his dad “A Diary of a Wimpy, Cabin Fever”.  There was a good turn out of “Dad’s” for th

Art City Second-grade Celebrates “Landing” in Plymouth

Submitted by julia.murray on Mon, 11/21/2011 - 11:16
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Second-grade students at Art City Elementary, in Springville, on Friday, November 18, 2011, celebrated Thanksgiving by girls wearing dresses and boys wearing white shirts, long socks and they tucked their pant legs into their socks.  In the class room the desks were pushed together like long banquet tables.  The students had the opportunity to make aprons, hats, satchels, necklaces, and buckles for the boy’s shoes.  The students then ate in their classrooms with pilgrims, Indians, parents and Teacher.

 

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