September 2015

SNAP Walk More In Four at Spanish Oaks

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Spanish Oaks has teamed up with UDOT, SNAP Program this year.  We want to kick off the school year by participating in the Walk More In Four during the month of September.  Students who successfully complete the challenge of walking or biking to school at least three days a week for the four weeks in September are eligible for the prize drawing, which have included new bikes, scooters and helmets.  The three schools with the highest participation percentage will win $500, $250 and $100, respectively.

Please have your child record their walking and biking progress on the chart sent home with students, or by recording their progress online at the following link:
http://www.udot.utah.gov/snap/CommonAccess/walkmorein4.php?id=17

The competition will be from Monday, August 31 through Friday, September 25.  Please have your student return his/her completed progress chart to the school, or submit it online by September 30.  The class with the most submitted charts by Wednesday, September 30, will win a very cool prize!  Happy Walking and Biking Safely in the month of September!

Spanish Oaks First Grade T-shirts

Our first grade students were able to go on a 'walking fieldtrip' to see their grade t-shirts being made.  It was so cool to see the big machine that printed the picture.  They are super excited to wear their t-shirts throughout the year.

Fall Family Faculty Social at Spanish Oaks

We were SO excited to host our first annual Fall Family Faculty Social at Spanish Oaks Elementary last night!  Faculty members and their families joined together for food, fun and friend-shipping!  The festivities included:  a pizza restaurant truck (serving 3 different types of pizza), a massive water slip n' slide, socializing and visiting with the BEST people in the world, yummy desserts and salads,  AND good times for all!

Kindergarten Sorting at Spanish Oaks

Mrs. Robinson's AM Kindergarten students had their first sorting lesson today!  We sorted boys and girls ... then we made a pattern.  The students came up with the pattern of two boys and one girl  because we have SO many boys in our class!  Hooray for kindergarten!

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