This year’s recipient for the Crystal Apple Award from Spanish Oaks Elementary is Shanna Stirland. Shanna attended Ricks College and graduated from Brigham Young University. Shanna has been teaching fifth grade for the past 12 years. Shanna demonstrates professionalism by having a positive attitude and a great relationship with her students, the parents of her students, as well as the teachers on her collaborative team. She cares about each individual student in her class and is willing to help in any way she can to meet the needs of each one. Shanna has expressed how much she loves it when students realize what they are capable of. Shanna is always willing to go the extra mile to try new ideas and to make learning exciting for her students. When she isn’t helping students at school she likes reading, running and spending time with her husband and 4 kids. Congratulations, Shanna on receiving the Crystal Apple!
Sixth graders at Spanish Oaks Elementary ended their Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) training on Friday, April 12th, with a graduation ceremony. Officer DeWitt of the Spanish Fork Police department was the instructor. During the course students learned skills to help them make wise choices throughout their lives. At the graduation several students were recognized for writing outstanding D.A.R.E. essays and others for being outstanding D.A.R.E. students.
Photos of Mrs. Treff, Mrs. Huff, Officer DeWitt and sixth grade students
Six 6th grade students were honored as “Terrific Kids” by the Spanish Fork Kiwanis Club. , representatives from the Kiwanis Club, presented this award to these students. The students were chosen because of their positive attitudes, willingness to learn and go the extra mile in their school work. “Terrific” is an acronym representing- Thoughtful, Enthusiastic, Respectful, Responsible, Inclusive, Friendly, Inquisitive, and Capable. Pictured are “Terrific Kids” that were honored. L to R: Brooklyn Jackman, Chelsea Summers, Jared Poulter, Hyrum Froerer, Hunter Shaw , Avery Whittaker Behind: Mark Tanner and Bob Zhart, representatives from the Kiwanis Club