The 100th Day of Kindergarten

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Pictures by Mrs. Miner

Students get so excitted to celebrate the 100th day of school and the Kindergarten is no exception.  Students in Mrs. Barbara Miner's Kindergarten classes had the opportunity to celebrate the 100th day of school.  Students made posters of 100 things.

Kindergarten Has a Beach Day

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Pictures by Mrs. Miner

Every year in January Mrs. Miner, Kindergarten teacher at Art City Elementary school has a beach day at the end of her Ocean unit where they have learned about things that live in the sea as well as learning about opposites.  It also is to bring a little sunshine in the middle of winter.  Students dress as if at the beach, bring towels and have lots of fun thinking about summertime fun. 

Peace Prize Winners

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Pictures by: Lily Morris

After the Second-grade program students at Art City Elementary school were awarded Peace Prize winners were announced: Taylor, Kayla, Mazey, Lily, Lilly, Jason, Mae, Karime, Elle, Madison, Whitney, Adrean, Ashlyn, Afton, Kaitlyn, Maggie, Ellie, Lily, and Daniel. Art City Elementary School has been awarding students as Peace Keepers for the past eleven years. The students in each class vote for a person in their classroom who exhibits qualities that make the school a better place.

Awesome Eagles

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Pictures by Mrs. Nielsen

If you are an Awesome Eagle you get to put your name on board and when there is one whole row everyone on that row gets to have a pizza party.  On February 3, 2015 the board finally had one row completly filled in; everyone on that row enjoyed pizza for lunch. Our Awesome Eagles are (not in order) Brenden Jessop, James Rey, Boston Hastings, Pata Kalsa, Bella Andelin, Lane Barksdale, Katie Durfey, Willie Carter and Kaleb Wilson. 

Second-grade Celebrates Civil Rights

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Pictures by ACE reporter Lilly Morris and Pam Killpack

Art City Elementary School, on Wednesday January 27, 2015, celebrated Martin Luther King and Civil Rights with a Second-grade program. The songs that were sung included: "Ain't no Mountain High Enough," "Make them Hear You," Lean on Me," "We Got the power," "There can be Miracles." "This Little Light of mine" and "True Colors." The program focuses on those people who have made a difference in our world. It started around Martin Luther King then expanded to Rosa Parks, Ruby Bridges, and Jackie Robinson.  Students then performed for their parents on Thursday evening. 

Fourth-Grade Students Sing at the University Mall

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Pictures by Pam Killpack and ACE reporter Jefferson Avila

Art City Elementary Fourth-Grade students had the opportunity to go to the University Mall, in Orem, Utah, on December 12th to sing for shoppers and proud parents. The Fourth-grade classes have been singing Christmas songs since September to get ready for their big day at the Mall. A couple of favorites are "Christmas Bills" and "Batteries". They also sang for the school on the 11th of December helping everyone get into the Christmas mood.

Art City Orchestra Concert

Art City Elementary School held their Christmas Orchestra concert for the school, on December 10, then in that evening for their parents.  Students have the opportunity to learn 2-3 songs for December then in January begin to learn more other songs for their spring concert. 

Art City Choir

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Art City Elementary school choir met after school from September to December getting ready for their opportunity to put on a concert for the school as well as their parents.  Mrs. Judy Luther, first-grade teacher, Mrs. Lisa Gervais, the music teacher, and Mrs. Langton, a volunteer mom, worked with the students two days a week to help the students get ready.  The students learned a variety of Christmas songs and had a lot of fun.  Thank you everyone for all of your help.  

Springville Jr. High Choir Visits Art City Elementary

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On December 17, 2014, the Springville Jr. High school Choir came to Art City Elementary School. The Choir sang Christmas songs and their traditional song “Bum-bitti-bum.” The Jr. High students led the elementary students  in a “Christmas Round” “Chop-Chop, shovel-shovel” the students really love this participation song and love it when students from the Jr High come down and get their siblings who are in elementary school. It was very exciting to watch the Jr. High School choir sing.

Singing around the Christmas Tree

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Art City Elementary school, in December gathere in the foyer to sing around the tree.  It is a tradition that started 20 plus years ago, to sing various Christmas songs. Some of the favorites are “Rock around the Christmas Tree”, “Santa Claus is Coming to town”, "Christmas Bills" and at the end they sing the first verse of “Silent Night” then as the students are leaving they continue to hum as they leave. It helps put everyone in the Holiday Spirit.

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