Art City celebrates Halloween in their class rooms through out the day and then everyone lines the halls to watch as classes march past in their costumes. As they start the First grade starts and walks through the school picking up classes as they go and as they make there way through the school and the Gym for parents to see everyone, the second time through the schools the lines gets smaller as classes go back to their room. Even the office and lunch room ladies get into the act.
What makes you want to SCREAM? In October Miss Murdock's class at Art City Elementary, Springville, wrote about what makes them want to scream. The students studied The Scream by Edvard Munch and used similar colors, lines and movement to create their own watercolors. Using a Digital camera their picture was taken, while re-creating that famous scream face. Their pictures were printed then cut out and glued onto their watercolor painting. Students then wrote about what makes them scream and published their writing in the school computer lab.
Art City Elementary School, Springville, is a recipient of a generous gift. Imagine our surprise when Harward Farms pulled up to our school on Wednesday, October 24, with a two-trailer flat-bed loaded with pumpkins and invited every student to come and receive a pumpkin. Jake Harward of Harward farms walked into the school on Wednesday morning and asked the principal, Mrs.
During the month of September students throughout the state of Utah were asked by The Utah Department of Transportagion SNAP's "Walk More in Four" challenge. Nearly 8,000 Utah students successfully walked to and from school at least three times each week during September. Students were entered into a drawing and the winners received a "SNAP, Walk'n Roll" CD soundtrack. The winners from Art City Elementary School, Springville, are as follows: Quincie, Ross, Adalyn, Lexi, and Robert.
The Museum on the Move (MoM), presented by the Museum of Natural History, visited the Fourth-grade classes of Art City Elementary School on October 1, 2012.
The purpose of the MoM is so classes can look through microscopes and learn about fossilized skulls and feathers as well as rocks and other related items.