The Second grade at Art City Elementary school is learning about animals and the cycles of life. As a kick-off to begin learning about animals a representative came from the Bean Museum showing a few reptiles as well as a patch of elephant skin and other birds and animals.
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Design and implement lessons that include rigorous tasks that support high cognitive skills.
Art City Elementary School, on Wednesday March 2, celebrated Dr. Seuss day by eating green eggs and ham, creating “Cat in The Hat” hats, and reading. The students brought blankets pillows, and books, lots and lots of books. Dr. Seuss’s Birthday was celebrated on this day as many students across America read.
The Sixth Grade students at Art City Elementary School, Springville, recently had a “College-Career day”. Parents came in and shared what they do and what some of the careers are for them to choose from. There was a Kick Boxing demonstration for those who may be interested in teaching Kick Boxing. There was a Child Development class, a mom shared treats a story and gave each student a balloon “Baby” to care for the rest of the day . . . not many survived past the first hour. The favorite class was given by Mr.
At Art City Elementary, in Springville, “Captain Wheatley” (Robin Wheatley 1st grade teacher) is searching with her students for some “or” words, they were given a clue that there was a fork on a door. “RRR thank ya matey” was their reply as they traveled down the hall to find more “or” words.
Wanted Readers! DeAnna Lindsey, the librarian at Art City
Elementary in Springville, caught a few students reading
this week. Our wanted readers are: Savannah Pope and Anne
Rawle 2nd grade Nicole Sanders 5th grade, Hiedi
Kendrick, 2nd grade teacher, Tristan McAfee 5th grade,
Maggie Van Orman, 3rd grade. Keep reading students, you
may get caught.
Art City Elementary school PTA awarded the lunch ladies, Kim Crews, Sue Olsen, Valerie Talbot, and Candy Daniels, with the “Excellence in Service Award” on February 16, 2011. Students shared thoughts about the lunch ladies, “I love our lunch ladies because they prepare the best food.” “I love the fresh fruits and vegetables they cut up for us every day.” “Our lunch ladies are always kind and friendly, they smile even when someone drops their lunch tray or spills milk.” “Our lunch ladies are the best because they care about us and the things we eat.” “The lunch ladies never forget our nam
Art City Elementary, Springville, celebrated the 100th day of school on Friday, February 4, 2011. Students at Art City celebrated the 100th day of school by playing games and making creative art projects. Mrs. Sutton’s second grade class made paper glasses that looked like 100. In Mrs. Chatterly’s first grade class, she read a book called “100 Ways to Get to 100”. Mrs. Luther’s first grade class did 100 types of exercises. Mrs. Orme’s third grade class used their 100 chart to count their cereal. What a fun way to celebrate 100 days of school. Yeah we only have 77 more days of school!!
This year’s Crystal Apple Award goes to Mrs. Barbara Miner, Kindergarten teacher at Art City Elementary presented by Craig Harvey and is sponsored by Horace Mann insurance; teachers nominate their peers for the award.
Barbara grew up in Spanish Fork and lived there until she married Allen Miner.
Mrs. Morgan’s Kindergarten class, Art City Elementary, Springville, shared nursery rhymes with students and parents on Wednesday, February 02, 2011. Each student shared their favorite rhyme, there were Humpty Dumpty’s, Bo Peep who Lost her sheep, Jack and Jill, and to finish up students acted out “The Queen of Hearts” rhyme:
“The Queen of Hearts, She made some tarts All on a summer's day.
The Knave of Hearts, He stole the tarts And took them clean away.
The King of Hearts, Called for the tarts And beat the Knave full sore.
Art City Elementary school celebrated their “Peace Keepers” on Wednesday, January 24, 2011. Each grade and each class had the opportunity to decide who their peace keeper was in their class.