September 2020

They're at it again! Construction!!!

Submitted by natalie.bailey on

Once again, we are going to have road construction on 900 East in front of the school.  They will be starting at 7am on Friday, September 11th. Please plan to drop off/pick up your children from the church parking lot.  Please enter and exit the church parking lot from 200 North.  Click here to see the construction map.  

Welcome To Art City Elementary School Stephanie Wood

Submitted by julia.murray on

Hi, my name is Stephanie Wood.  I was born and raised in Bountiful, Utah.  Growing up I had one older sister and two older brothers.  I now have five nephews and two nieces who I love to spend time with.  I graduated with my undergrad from Brigham Young University and my masters from Southern Utah University.  Some of my favorite things to do are reading, attending plays, cheering at BYU football games, hiking, playing in the snow and doing puzzles. Previously, I taught for 13 years at Orchard Hills Elementary in Santaquin.

Welcome to Art City Elementary School Kim Behling

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Hi! My name is Kim Behling. 

I am so excited to be here at Art City working on the 6th-grade team! 6th grade is the best grade to teach, hands down. 

I was born in faraway American Fork, UT, my family moved to Washington State before I was three years old. I grew up in a small town about 40 minutes north of Seattle called Lake Stevens. I now live in Provo.

Thank You Allstate!!!

Submitted by natalie.bailey on
A huge thank you to Allstate and Rich Davis for their support and generosity!  Their donation of $1000 is greatly appreciated!  Thank you for thinking of us and for your continued and consistent support of Art City Elementary.  You make a difference!!


Art City First Grade Practice Numbers

Submitted by julia.murray on

Mrs. Wigginton's first-grade class went outside last week to practice writing numbers with chalk.   

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Pictures by Rachel Wigginton

Art City Sixth-grade Science: Living vs. Non-Living

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For science, sixth-grade students had the opportunity to compare living worms with gummy worms.  Students were looking for the characteristics of living things vs. nonliving things. 

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Pictures by Andi Nelson