Art City Elementary School, Springville, is a recipient of a generous gift. Imagine our surprise when Harward Farms pulled up to our school on Wednesday, October 24, with a two-trailer flat-bed loaded with pumpkins and invited every student to come and receive a pumpkin. Jake Harward of Harward farms walked into the school on Wednesday morning and asked the principal, Mrs.
This weeks Bucket Fillers are (not in order): Julia, Aaron, Kaitlyn, Sam, Benjamin, Garrett, Claire, Braelyn, Carly, Belle, Jake, Strider, Allie, John, Jake, Emma, Amanda, Sabrina, Luke, Jackie, Aislyn, Steven, Nick, and Rebecca.
The Museum on the Move (MoM), presented by the Museum of Natural History, visited the Fourth-grade classes of Art City Elementary School on October 1, 2012.
The purpose of the MoM is so classes can look through microscopes and learn about fossilized skulls and feathers as well as rocks and other related items.
Karen Burton grew up in Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C. She has four sons ages 24 down to 14. Her oldest son is married, and she says, "Now I enjoy having a daughter!"
This weeks Bucket Fillers are (not in order): Jack, Zander, Isabelle, Emery, Adam, Jack, Joshua, Kolby, Dalton, Will, Spencer, Gizelle, Jocilyn, Cooper, Conner, Kelsie, Amelia, Caleb, Lorenzo, Caitlyn, Maggie, Noah, Alex, and Harley.
On September 27, 2012 the third-grade classes from Art City Elementary School had the opportunity to go to Utah Lake State Park. While on their trip to Utah Lake State Park, the 3rd-graders met with Ranger Allen, who told them what park rangers do and how to stay safe while having fun outdoors. The students went through the visitor's center and learned about the history of Utah Lake. They learned about how people used the lake in the past and how we use the lake now. They also learned about resources and animal species in and around Utah Lake. They were able to go on a nature walk wit
McKell Murdock's third-grade class headed out to the school garden to harvest our PUMPKINS! As we harvested, we listed nouns, adjectives and verbs that related to pumpkins. Each student picked a small pumpkin (to be used for their term 1 book report) and as a class we picked two HUGE pumpkins. We love the garden!
The first week of school Mckell Murdock's third-grade class did an author study on Tyler Whitesides the author of the book Janitors. We started reading his book Janitors as a class read-a-loud. Janitors is about a young boy, Spencer, who finds out his school is full of magical creatures (toxites) that inhibit the childrens' learning. Miss Murdock's class is really liking this book so far!
This week's bucket fillers are(not in order): Landon, Lahela, Trevor, Lucas, Tommy, Wyatt, Morgan, Kolby, Brianne, Lili, Gabe, Aspen, Johannes, Ian, Lauren, Jacob, Lobe, Cydney, Korbin, Tressa, Jacob, Steven, Mayzie, and Traer.