School News

6th grade Exploration

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All is well no fires! We just got to explore a fire truck today!

A special thank you to our 6th grade teachers!

Amanda Anderson loves sushi, watching TV, her 2 great kiddos, Dr. Pepper, the 6th graders that keep life interesting, her hubby, and cruises, but probably not in that order.

Tiffany Taylor loves- Fireman Taylor (her sweetheart) her two great kids,  Mexican food and diet coke, Hawaii, Disneyland, and Paris, and helping her students achieve success.

Laura Dyches loves her handsome husband, and her 2 great kids! Mexican food is one of her favorites, along with Bare Lake, Switzerland, and The Hunger Games, she loves how her students are always trying to help each other be happy.

Suzie Treff is having a ball with her hubby and new little man. She loves sports and is great at them.

Greg Crockett— loves dancing and working with kids helping them to gain their potential. He loves to tell stories of his childhood and connect with the kids!

Again thank you 6th grade teachers for all that you do!

 

4th Grade Wax Museum

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4th Grade Wax Museum gives the children the opportunity to research prominent Utahans. They organize their research, write, rewrite, and publish a brochure filled with photos and facts about both their chosen Utahan, and themselves. Then they memorizes a monolog and dress up as their star—Sports figures, religious leaders, scientist, historical figures are just a few of those we were able to meet.  Jake Provstgaard our ESL Technician knows David Archuleta so when he saw Kambrie Ivie, a 4th grade student in Miss. Jasmine Ostrander class, he thought it was great! Me took her photo, and texted it to David right then! Within minutes, David replied “She Looks Great!” 

Another cool story is Brynley Baird, in Mr. Todd Bradford’s class was Megan Falkner Brown more commonly known as The Sweet Tooth Fairy found out that she was being highlighted, donated cake bites!

Great job students and thanks for all of the great support that they get from their teachers

Erica Tanner—was born in Seattle Washington, but grew up in Provo—she loves bagels, chips and salsa , push up pops, and telling stories with her students!

Jasmine Ostrander—grew up in Kansas loves chips and salsa, playing games with her students and telling them stories that they all share with others!

Todd Bradford—Mr. B is the proud papa for 2 great boys he grew up in Spanish Fork Utah—he loves reading and shares that love with his students in so many ways!

 

Spanish Oaks 6th grade Outstanding Orchestra

Mr. Hansen has developed quite the musical sensation with his 6th grade Orchestra at Spanish Oaks Elementary.  Kamry, Alison B & Z, Lydia, Molly and Kaylie, along with Rylie, Kenzie, Heather, Aspen, Leah, Kierra, Sam, Andrew, Trent, and Isaac have been coming early to school 2-3 times a week since October to learn how to play their own instruments and how to play together as an outstanding orchestra! Thanks for sharing your talents with us!

 

Big Kids Program

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The First graders plan, prepare and preform a perfect program for the Kindergartners. They sing and tell stories and even answer questions about what it will be like next year when they are “Big Kids” too. A special thanks to our amazing 1st grade teachers for helping out our Kindergartners.

Mrs. Aagard- Has 5 children and lives anything Cafe Rio-- she is an amazing artist, and raises little chicks.

Miss Libbert- is the second of four kids in her family she loves to watch movies, and read. she loves chips and salsa

Mrs. Phelps was the youngest of EIGHT kids and now has five of her own.  She loves to read, and eat seafood

 

Run, Fifth Grade Spanish Oaks ... RUN!

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On Tuesday, May 13, the 5th grade students in the Spanish Fork area attended the annual Hershey Track Meet at Spanish Fork High School.  Students had fun competing in the 100 yard dash, 200 meter race, 800 meter relay, softball throw, and standing long jump.  It was a beautiful, sunny day and everyone had a great time, including the 5th grade teachers, who took had the opportunity to race!  Run, Fifth Grade ... RUN!

Spanish Oaks Utah Farm Bureau Writing Winner!

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Heather Johnson, 6th grader in Mr. Crockett's Class, received 1st place in Utah County and 2nd place in the State for the Utah Farm Bureau Creative Story writing contest.  She received a certificate and $50 gift card as a reward for her great writing.  Well done, Heather!

4th Grade Hershey Track ... Great Day!!

On Tuesday, May 6, the 4th grade students in the Spanish Fork area attended the annual Hershey Track Meet at Spanish Fork High School.  Students had fun competing in the 50 yard dash, 100 meter race, 400 meter relay, softball throw, and standing long jump.  It was a perfect, cloud-covered day and everyone had a great time!  Thank you to our fourth grade students for your awesome example of respect and appreciation as you cleaned, picked-up trash and left the track ready for the next group!  We are so proud of you!

Spanish Oaks ... 3rd Grade Hershey Track!

On Tuesday, April 29, all of the 3rd grade students in the Spanish Fork area attended the annual Hershey Track Meet at Spanish Fork High School.  Students had fun competing in events such as:  50 yard dash, 100 meter race, 400 meter relay, softball throw, standing long jump, etc.  It was a perfect day and everyone had a great time, including the 3rd grade teachers, who even had the opportunity to race.  And the teacher winner is ... our very own Mr. Rigby!  Run, third grade ... RUN!

Kindergarten Egg Drop

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Kindergarten students have learned about science and egg and when they combine sometimes it is a messy subject! While Mr Billie throws the protected eggs off of the schools roof the children (not all kindergartners) watch and wonder what eggs will survive and which will not. . . .

 

Teacher/Student Switch Dress-up Day at Spanish Oaks

The Student Council at Spanish Oaks decided it might be fun to switch places with the teachers for a day!  On Tuesday, April 22, 2014, the students dressed like the teachers ... and the teachers dressed like the students.  Other than a bit of confusion as to who should make the morning announcements, it was good times all around!

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