Hershey Track Meet 2013

Attributions: 
pictures by Adam Krieger 6th-grade, and Dianna Sosa, 3rd-grade

Each year students from the third-grade through sixth-grade are invited to participate in the Hershey Track meet, sponsored by Hershey, supported by Springville City and Springville High School.  The students have a choice of three events to participate in.  Third-grade the choices are 50, 100, 200, and 400 Meter run;   Fourth and fifth are 100, 200, 400, and 800 meter; and Sixth-grade does 100, 200, 400, 800, and a few brave souls do the 1600 Meter run.  All four grades can choose to do the standing long jump and the softball throw.

Arbor Day Winners 2013

Students at Art City participated in an Arbor Day Poster Contest. The following students were the winners.  Jocilyn C., Cathay P., Sarah O., Emily C. Lillian B, not pictured: Alison H., Jacob C.  

Bucket Fillers for May 10, 2013

The Bucket Fillers for the Week ending May 10, 2013 are as follows:  Garrett, Keira, Drew, Grace, Raven, Afton, Lillie, Garrett, John, Kaleb, Dalton, Paiton, Jason, Valeria, Jason, Dianna, Isaac, Hyrum, Ross, Joel, Lorenzo, Nate, Brandon, Kaelob, Mathieu, and Katie.

School Play

Art City Elementary Presents:

The Emperor's New Clothes

Script, music, and lyrics by Dave and Jean Perry

Based on the Story by Hans Christian Andersen

Recording Orchestrated by Steve Herold

May 2 and 3, 2013

7 p.m.

In the School Gym

Directed By: Shoni Winkel

Stage Manager:  Julia Murray

Assistant:  McKell Murdock

Judy Luther--Crystal Apple Recipient for 2012-2013

Judy Luther was born in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and spent her early childhood there and loved it!  During her school year ages she lived in Springfield Illinois, the Land of Lincoln.  Judy attended Rick’s College and BYU.This is Judy’s fourth year teaching 1st grade.  She taught music for three years before teaching 1st grade.Judy’s mom inspired her to become a teacher.  Her mom would often tell her she had a talent with children.   She had a very nurtured childhood and was encouraged to have a love for learning and creating at an early age.

Fifth-Grade Wax Museum

Art City Elementary Fifth-grade students held their annual wax museum on Thursday March 28th, in conjuction with their program, after singing patriatic songs they set up for their Wax Museum.  Fifth-grade students dressed up as famous and important people or characters in America’s history.  Some of the characters from history that were seen included, Helen Keller, Dave Thomas, Wild Bill, Betsy Ross, Albert Einstein, Grandma Moses, Maria Thatcher, and Charles Schulz, just to name a few.

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