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We are so proud of our Kiwanis Terrific Kids: Taiya Jacobson, Jordan Waggoner, Kylyn Lockwood, Sorelle Olsen, Forrest Maughan and Henry Massimini. We really enjoyed sharing in the fun at each of their houses as we delivered a candybar poster, their award and balloons to each of the students' houses. We might have been a little loud, but we had a great time! A huge thanks to the 6th grade teachers for setting this up.
"My heartfelt wish is that the following video message will encourage and inspire you during this journey of uncertainty.
Please share the video with parents, administrators, teachers, and staff.
Thank you for making a difference!"
- Steve Gilliland
"It is critical that we do all we can to help our students enhance their resilience during these challenging times. This is an opportunity to celebrate the resiliency skills that have been taught in our schools and to give parents guidance on things they can do to build resilience in their children.”
- Barbara Smith, Director Utah Family Partnership Network
Dear Parents, “Wash My Hands” is a public service to help kids wash their hands for 20 seconds! Please click on the link and watch the video with your family. Have fun learning the song! We invite you to join families around the world in the Wash My Hands Challenge. Simply film your own video using the song and post it on social media with the hashtag #WMH20Challenge. Stay healthy and happy!
National Nurses Day is observed annually on May 6 ... We want to give a HUGE shout out to our amazing Spanish Oaks nursing team, Mrs. Weber and Mrs. Porter! We also want to recognize ALL nurse contributions and commitments, as well as the vital role nurses play in our society. We want to thank them for their hard work, especially during these challenging times. We celebrate their dedication and commitment to their patients and their profession, and to our school. We love you, Mrs. Porter and Mrs. Weber!
We would love for you to watch for us as we drive by on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 @ 1:00 p.m. for our Spanish Oaks Parade! We will slowly and carefully "follow the leader" through the neighborhoods so teachers can safely wave to their students.
To view the parade, please do not come to the school. For your convenience and safety, the parade route is highlighted on the attached parade route map. We will start at Spanish Oaks and proceed east on Canyon Crest Drive. Please come to the street most convenient for your family to watch the parade. We will not go down every street, but we will go through each neighborhood in our boundaries.
Please note on the attached parade route map the numbered areas 1-9. We will start the parade route at #1 (school) and proceed with 2, 3, and so on. This way you can predict approximately when we will be in your neighborhood.
Please see attached parade route map. We miss your smiling faces and would love to see you waving back at us Tuesday, May 12, 2020 @ 1:00 p.m.!