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Utah County Health Department in Payson

 

The Utah County Health Department now has an office in Payson if parents need immunizations or birth certificate help. 

If you need to update or check immunizations or get birth certificates, you can go to the Utah County Health Department’s new location in Payson at 285 N 1250 E, 3rd Floor.  Hours are 8 – 11:30, 1 – 4:30, Monday – Friday. 801-851-7351.  

 

 

 

Imagine Learning Service Project at Spanish Oaks

 A HUGE "shout out" and thank you to our awesome friends at Imagine Learning!  We received this wonderful request from Jamie Wagstaff and Amanda Horton, Events Specialist(s), in the spring:

"Imagine Learning is seeking nearby schools to host a service project for some of our many passionate employees.  We would love to serve your school in any way you need!"  The following friends joined us on July 9, 2019 to help assemble our new leveled literacy kits to support student reading at Spanish Oaks!  They donated over 3 hours of their summer time and we were able to get SO much done with their help.  Another expression of appreciation goes out to our amazing Literacy Coach, Thresa Nelson, for organizing and overseeing this outstanding service opportunity.  

Thank you for your service ... Jamie Wagstaff, Amanda Horton, Toni Powers, Lynda Alejos, Randy Tingey, Adam Chrisiansen, Alegra Goulbourne, Brady Curtis, Diedre Douglas, and our own Thresa Nelson!  We appreciate you all and what you do for our school!

 

 

Tabitha’s Way Backpack Giveaway

 

"This year Tabitha’s Way Local Food Pantry, in conjunction with LHM Charities, hopes to hand out 2,500 new backpacks filled with school supplies to children in our local school districts and through local agencies working with at risk youth."

Saturday, August 3, 2019 from 9:00 AM till 12:00 Noon
at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds – Indoor Tennis Courts
475 South Main St, Spanish Fork

Please contact our school's main office if this is something your family could use to get this school year started off right ... 801-798-7411

 

 

Fiesta Days Grand Parade July 24

Attention Parents of (2018-2019) 5th Grade Students:  

In May, your son or daughter was able to attend a Freedom Walk event, held by the American Legion.  We would like to invite your child to walk along with our Veterans in the Fiesta Days Grand Parade on July 24, 2019.  

Participants should wear the T-shirt and dog tag they were given at the event in May.  Drop off is on the east side of Park Elementary at 8:15 am.  Veterans and teachers from the school district will guide them to the beginning of the parade route at Diamond Fork Junior High at 8:30 a.m.  

The parade begins at 9:00 a.m, and they will be one of the first 10 parade entries.  Please plan to pick your child up at Cal Ranch where the Parade will end at 9:30 a.m.

 

 

Ms. Brown's Driven2Teach Civil War Trip

Ms. Brown spent a week this summer traveling to historic Civil War sites with the Driven2Teach program.  She was able to visit many, many sites including:  Richmond and Fredricksburg, VA, Harper's Ferry, WV, Antietam, MD, Gettysburg, PA, and Washington DC.  In conjunction with the trip, she will be completing required reading and lesson plans.  "I am so grateful to have these learning opportunities to expand my historical knowledge and better teach my own students the history of our nation.  It is also fun to collaborate with so many other teachers across the state who love teaching history, too." - Ms. Brown

Nebo Elementary Keyboarding Competition

"Some really great keyboarding took place on April 17, 2019 during Nebo School District’s Fourth Annual Elementary Keyboarding Competition!  The highest score was 110 words per minute with 4 errors.  That timing took place in the second round.  Below is a list of the fourth and fifth grade students who received awards at the end of the competition ..."  Way to represent, Allison and Tanner!  Congratulations to ALL of our Spanish Oaks students for excelling at Keyboarding this year; and a HUGE "shout out" to our awesome teacher, Lorraine Tuttle!

Fourth Grade Winners:  2nd place - Tanner Christiansen, Spanish Oaks
Fifth Grade Winners:  6th place- Allison Christiansen, Spanish Oaks

 

 

Lunch Worker of the Week at Spanish Oaks

Attributions: 
Mrs. Slaymaker

Ashlyn Hymas was the only table washer this week and did a great job with keeping the tables clean. Thank you, Ashlyn! 

Mrs. Slaymaker and her team of amazing Lunch Ladies are watching carefully the actions of our lunch workers throughout the week.  On Friday of every week, they will select one (1) individual who has met all the below criteria: 

  • Listen and follow instructions given by our Lunch Ladies, Ms. Karen and Mr. Billie.
  • When you are serving the food, please do not call out to teachers, friends or siblings.
  • When cleaning tables:

           a.  Clean the trash off tables and then wipe the tables. 
           b.  Do not whip your dirty rag on the table, twirl it in the air, or touch anyone with your rag. 
           c.  Wipe the benches when there is a spill.

  • You are finished when you are excused by Mr. Billie or Ms. Karen.

We are SUPER excited to recognize (and reward!) individuals who are choosing to ... Be Kind, Show Respect and Work Hard in our lunchroom! 

 

   

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