School News

Brass Instruments Assembly

We had a group of 5 musicians come to our school to share their talent of playing brass instraments.  They taught students about the French horn, tuba, trumpet, and trombone.  The students also got to hear them play some songs.  It was fun and engaging for the students! We were so lucky to get them to come to our school! 

Spanish Fork Library Summer Reading

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Spanish Fork Library 2017 Summer Reading Program ... May 22nd-August 5th

The library is excited to invite readers of all ages to participate in one of our summer reading programs.  From toddlers to adults, we have something for everyone!  This is a great way to keep brains active, engaged, improve reading skills, encourage family time, AND eliminate boredom!  Sign-up will be May 22nd-June 30th.  We hope to see you at the library this summer!

Spanish Fork Library
49 S. Main
801-804-4480
www.spanishfork.org

PTA Carnival Friday May 12

Our amazing PTA Carnival is coming up on Friday, May 12, 2017 from 5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

Pre-Order Forms are Due 5-05-17:  Place forms with stapled check or stapled sealed envelope with cash in the RED box in the office by 3:30 p.m. on Friday, May 5th!

"Spanish Oaks Got Talent" Sign up Deadline is 5-05-17:  READY TO BE DISCOVERED???  Can you sing, act, dance, tumble, do magic, play an instrument, memorize a poem, are you in a BAND or can you entertain us in another way???  Come sign-up in the office by 3:30 p.m. on Friday, May 5th!

Spring Choir Assembly

The school choir blew us away with a blast from the past.  They performed many famous musical numbers from The Sound of Music to Wicked.  Some of the girls in choir even choreographed a dance and performed it for the school!  Thank you, Mrs. Aagard and Mrs. Christensen for an amazing year!

Summer Coding Class

This summer, Jr. High school students are invited to attend a fun 2-day workshop learning to code using Code.org’s App Lab and BBC’s microbit.  Students will use App Lab to create apps that can be published and shared to run on any computer, tablet, or smartphone with a modern browser.

The BBC's microbit is a small hardware processing device (about 1/2 the size of a credit card).  Projects will include:  LED message display, thermometer, compass, connection to external LEDs, composing music, etc.

The registration fee for the two ½ days is $10.  Registration is limited to the first 25 students at each site. Enrollment is open to current 6th-8th grade students in Nebo School District.

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Monsters

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Russell Hansen

The kids did a fantastic job at their concert!  We are very proud of how they conducted themselves.  It appeared they had a grand time, as that was all they could talk about in class on Friday. Thank you to all the parents for coming out and supporting your kids.  They really enjoyed playing for you.

 

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