It's Reflections time!

Submitted by julia.murray on Tue, 09/15/2015 - 11:23

It's Reflections time!

If you have students with an interest in the arts, please encourage them to enter!

THEME: "Let Your Imagination Fly"

DEADLINE: October 2, 2015

CATEGORIES: Dance Choreography Film Production Literature Photography Visual Arts Music Composition

IMPORTANT: Students must turn in a registration form with an artist's statement. This statement explains how the piece of art relates to the theme. Judges rely on this in the judging process.

Welcome to Art City Cami Palmer

Submitted by julia.murray on Wed, 09/09/2015 - 12:45

Hi my name is Cami Palmer.  I graduated from Brigham Young University.  This is my third year teaching.  I am so excited to be teaching first-grade.  I was born in Minnesota where I also grew up! I now live in Orem.

 I am the oldest in my family. I have three sisters and one lucky brother at the end. I am married to my best friend, Taylor. We were married in June 2014 on Friday the 13th. It's our LUCKY day! Taylor studied graphic design at BYU and now works as a web designer. 

"Pirates Don't Change Diapers" Kindergarden Students Don't . . .

Submitted by julia.murray on Wed, 09/09/2015 - 12:41

Mrs. Morgan's afternoon Kindergarten class read the Book "Pirates Don't Change Diapers" by Melinda Long and David Shannon; then talk about what Kindergarten students don't do as part of their first week of school and learning what procedures they can do.  They also create a "pirate" image of themselves. 

Watch D.O.G.S. meeting Changed to 6:30 p.m Thursday, September 24

Submitted by julia.murray on Tue, 09/08/2015 - 20:24

Please remember the Watch D.O.G.S.  meeting Changed to 6:30 p.m Thursday, September 24.  The PTA is excited to launch a new program this year called Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students). The program allows fathers and father figures to take a day off of work and spend it helping out at Art City! Look for more information to come. Please contact Jason Park jasonamber417 [at] with any questions.


Submitted by kim.droubay on Fri, 05/15/2015 - 10:10

A SPECIAL THANK YOU to Cathy Dutson, Ronda Crane and Shar Chatterley for the many years of service you have given us at Art City Elementary.  You have touched many lives through your examples and your willingness to give of your time, wisdom and love.  The faculty, staff and students of Art City will miss each of you and want to wish you happiness and success in all you do.  We love you! 

Parents and Friends please join us in honoring these three amazing women at an open house on Wednesday, May 20th from 3:00 - 4:30 at Art City Elementary.  

Jane Wilson--Crayola Crayon Recipient

Submitted by julia.murray on Thu, 05/14/2015 - 17:46

Jane Wilson, a sixth-grade student in Shana Huffaker’s sixth-grade class at Art City Elementary in Springville, Utah, was noticed for her fine art work that was completed in the monthly art program (The Great Artist Program) where parent helpers came to teach. Claudia Jex, visual art curriculum specialist,  said she noticed Jane’s talent and sent some of her artwork to the Crayola Company.  Crayola provides an art contest for students from Kindergarten through twelfth grade.

Lana Hiskey, Jane Wilson, and Dianna Sosa

Breakfast Poster Contest

Submitted by julia.murray on Mon, 05/04/2015 - 14:49

Each year the School lunch program sponsers a "Poster Contest".  This year's winner is Jane Wilson, 6th-grade student at Art City Elementary school in Springville, Utah.  Jane really has a nack for drawing, she won last years contest as well. 

Hope of America

Submitted by julia.murray on Mon, 05/04/2015 - 14:41

This year the fifth-grade students from Art City Elementary (Springville, Utah), had the opportunity to participate in the Hope of America performance, which kicks of Provo’s Freedom Festival.  On April 15, 2015 the fifth grade went on a field trip to the Marriott Center, in Provo, Utah, to practice the Hope of America performance for the show that night.  The formation for the 6,000 students, and the 72 schools was the American flag framed in yellow, Art city was yellow, the border. This is the 19th year of the Hope of America program was created for the Freedom Festival.

Written by: Dianna Sosa 5th-grade ACE reporter Pictures courtesy Google search