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Our annual School Food Drive will run from January 6 – February 7, 2020. Thanks to your generous donations, in past years we have collected 2,000+ items!! All donations to Tabitha's Way will stay here locally to help stop hunger. This year our goal is to EXCEED last year's goal!! All donations stay here locally ... Thank you so much for your support!
“Tabitha’s Way redistributes an average of over 100,000 lbs. of food per month. Over 90% of this food comes from food drives and local grocery stores. We rely on your food drives and donations to have a successful and sustainable food pantry.”
“Right now, we have the biggest need for the following items …”
feminine hygiene products
toothpaste & toothbrushes
diaper sizes 4, 5, 6
sugar (5 lbs & smaller)
flour (5 lbs & smaller)
Decked out in our "Secret Service" sunglasses, each class at Spanish Oaks has taken time to think of a fun way to serve another class. We have had cleaning, treats, decorating, stories and songs, etc. I love watching the students sneak down the halls, smiling and laughing as they do things to make others happy.
A huge shout out to the following students from Spanish Oaks who earned an Honorable Mention and are advancing to the next stage in the Reflections contest: Baylor Ward, Taizyl Tomlinson, Carter Christiansen, Katie Christiansen, Kenzie Baird and Ali Christiansen. Good luck, students!
Miss Bates is a new 2nd grade teacher here at Spanish Oaks. She was born and raised in Florida, Lake Butler, then moved to Utah. Her favorite part of teaching is getting to know her students and their fun personalities. She went to BYU, and this is her first year teaching. She loves listening to music, her favorite musician is Ben Rector.
Written by: Baylor Ward & Lance Jensen