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October 2020

Halloween at Spanish Oaks

Submitted by steffani.waggoner on Thu, 10/29/2020 - 18:23

6th Grade Day of the Dead Celebration

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Thu, 10/29/2020 - 13:29
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Our sixth grade has been working hard writing about and gathering artifacts to put together tributes to special ancestors in a Day of the Dead Celebration.  They each created a display to share with their fellow 6th grade students about their chosen ancestor.  This activity was part of a social studies unit on cultures and traditions that have become part of our Spanish Fork area.  It was a special celebration of the lives of some loved ones who have moved on.  Nice job, students and teachers!

Ghostbusters and Monsters and Witches, Oh My

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Thu, 10/29/2020 - 13:16

The teachers and staff at Spanish Oaks had a great day today with their students enjoying Halloween.  We went trick-or-treating in the morning, and enjoyed individual class activities and parties throughout the day.  It has been a great day for all!  A big thanks to parents who helped to contribute treats, crafts and other supplies to help make it happen!

Staff Spotlight of the Week-Mrs. Caina, 5th Grade

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Mon, 10/26/2020 - 14:28
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Alissa Wilkerson

Today we are spotlighting Courtney Caina. She loves hanging out with students everyday. She also worked at Riverview Elementary for 1 year. She says she’s married to the most handsome Peruvian man named Renzo. She teaches 5th grade. That's some stuff about Courtney Cania, one of Spanish Oaks Elementary 5th grade teachers.   By Alissa Wilkerson

 

Third Grade Sorts for Hogwarts Houses

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Mon, 10/26/2020 - 14:07

The sorting hat is busy today as the third grade has their hat sorting ceremony.  Each student is chosen for a house, where they will be included in activities throughout the coming months.  Students, welcome to Hogwarts!

Kindergarten Enjoys Their Apples

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Fri, 10/23/2020 - 14:26
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Mrs. Gunderson

We had a great time doing activities with apples today. We sorted them and made a graph. We read books and learned about Johnny Appleseed. We also made predictions on which apples would weigh the most, and used the balancing scales. We found out that Kinlee brought the heaviest apple.

Covid Can't Slow Us Down!!

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Fri, 10/23/2020 - 09:58
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Here at Spanish Oaks, we've decided that Covid is not going to get the best of us!  Our small group instruction is going strong, despite the individual shields, table dividers, hand sanitizer, spray cleaner and Clorox wipes.  A huge shout out to Tara, Laura, Katie, Sandra and Steffani, our reading technicians, for their hard work and amazing job in instructing our students every single day!  They are amazing!

AmazonSmile - Nebo Education Foundation

Submitted by steffani.waggoner on Fri, 10/23/2020 - 08:23

Did you know that when you shop for the holidays at  smile.amazon.com/ch/87-0546418 AmazonSmile donates to Nebo Education Foundation? Nebo Education Foundation has received $3,875 through this program.

One hundred percent of these monies fund teacher grants to help supplement equipment and supplies for students. 

Thank you for supporting the Nebo Education Foundation by shopping at smile.amazon.com instead of just Amazon.

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Staff Spotlight of the Week-Mrs. Morrow, 1st Grade

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Tue, 10/20/2020 - 10:11
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6th grade students

Megan Morrow is a first grade teacher here at Spanish Oaks this year, and she loves working with kids because "it is so amazing to see them learn and connect with the content." She loves helping students see the benefits of hard work and knowledge. This is her first year teaching here. She is married to Joe Morrow. She grew up in a family of 7 (5 kids, and her parents) and she feels lucky to have most of her siblings close by!  She loves spending time with her family. The best book she has read recently is "The Little Prince" by Antonie De Saint- Exupery. She loves being a teacher.  She was born and raised in Idaho Falls. She  lives in Springville now. She has always wanted to go on a huge tour of Europe. Her favorite fast food place is Chick-Fil-a or Olive Garden. She is not really into watching sports. Her favorite candy bar is Snickers bar. She is such a great asset to our school.  Written by Keaton Mills and Maddison Snyder

 

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