My name is Treana Kober. I graduated from Mead High School (in Washington state), Ricks College, Western Oregon State and Brigham Young University. This is my 24th year in Nebo School District. I am so excited to be the Counselor and one of the Student Council Advisors here at Art City. I was born in Gooding, Idaho. I grew up in Pendleton, Oregon. I now live in Payson, Utah. I am the second of six children in my family. I am married and have five children and two grandchildren. I love to work and spend time with children!
During Green Ribbon week students made a pledge to stay safe: while walking to school; as well as in their cars; and at home. The Pledges were then put in a bucket for a drawing. The following students were given bike helmets to help keep them safe: (not in order) Skylar, Isabelle, Kyliah, Daniel, Marc, and Karime.
Art City sixth-grade is going on a local adventure to visit the Springville City Historical Cemetery; they will be researching "Cause of death" and finding the Micro Organism that caused the death of the individuals. They are also visiting the Art City Museum. The bus is leaving at 9 AM and coming back at 11:30 AM. They might need a jacket if it is cold that day.
The first-grade will be going to Hee Haw Farms on Monday, October 12. Please remember to wear appropriate clothing for the weather. Students also need to remember to bring a home lunch if that is what they signed up to bring! Please be to school on time so you won't be left behind!
In September Art City Elementary had there school Carnival that was rained out last May. Thank you to all that helped and participated in making the carnival a fun reward to the students. Students were caught dancing, getting their faces painted and having lots of fun.
Please remember the Kindergarten classes will all be going on a field trip on Thursday October 8th. All students (AM and PM) please arrive at school at 8:30 and we will return by 11:05. We will be going to Pumpkinland at Vineyard. If students would like to purchase a pumpkin, they can for $1.50.
Teachers, students, parents and even the Principal, Mrs. Lori Nielsen; participated in a skit to get students excited and to help them know and understand what mediums that they can do for Reflections; Dance, Film, Literature, Photography, Music Composition, and Visual Arts. Students pick-up forms outside of the office and make sure the form is attatched to their project that they turn in. The dead line is Friday, October 2nd, if students need a little extra time the last day to turn projects in is October 5th.
Students go through quite a process to get to this point of Student Body Officer elections. First they receive a nomination in thier class, then they have to fill out an application and write an essay telling why they would make a good officer. The students also have to be willing to do service for the school as well as the community once they are on the Student Council. Good luck everyone with the elections.
Tuesday September 22, 2015 BYU Athletes visited Art City Elementary fourth-grade students recruiting the girls and boys to be Cougar Strong for life. "While not everyone can be a collegiate athlete, everyone can be Cougar Strong". The points that were shared are as follows: Cougars are: