Art City Mission

All students will learn at high levels and make adequate yearly growth.

Reflections Due Oct 2 (and Oct. 5)

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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. 

Student Body Officer Elections Week At Art City

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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. 

Cougar Strong--BYU Atheletes Visit Art City Fourth-Grade

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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:
--Physically strong

Welcome To Art City Sarah Freeman

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Hi my name is Sarah Freeman. I graduated from Brigham Young University. This is my first year of teaching, I'm so excited to be teaching sixth grade! I was born in Delaware, but grew up in Herndon, Virginia, about 20 miles outside of Washington D.C. I now live in Provo. I am the oldest in my family. I have three younger sisters who are 20, 18, and 15. My 20 year old sister is engaged, so we will have a brother-in-law joining our family of girls in December!

Crazy Hair Day

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To Remember to wear our helmets we had "Crazy Hair Day" at Art City.  It doen't matter what our hair looks like as long as our heads are kept safe. Mrs. Nielsen and Mr. Warner even joined in the fun of having "Crazy Hair" 

Follow Art City on Facebook Contest

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Facebook Harvest

We would like to encourage as many parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and even cousins to “Like” us and “Follow” us on Facebook, Twitter and soon Instagram.  We want your families to be informed of all of the wonderful things your students are doing at Art City Elementary School.  

Blowing Things Out of Proportion

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Mrs. Makin's 6th grade had a fun time blowing things up! After learning about ratios and proportions, they used their knowledge to expand small items into extra, extra large.  Candy bars never looked so delicious!



Pictures by Mrs. Ann Makin and Mrs. Murray

Welcome to Art City Kim Droubay

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Hi my name is Kim Droubay.

This is my 10th year working at Art City.  I am excited to be working in the front office as the secretary this year.  I love helping the children every day.

I was born in Logan, UT and I grew up in Brigham City, 20 minutes South of Logan.  I am the oldest of five children.

I now live in Springville and I'm married to Greg Droubay.  I have three kids; Dallin who is married to Maren, Zachary, and Maddy. Our favorite thing to do as a family is spend time together; especially playing games and talking.