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Force and Motion

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Thu, 01/30/2020 - 13:07
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Mrs. Stewart

We have been learning about force and motion in third grade for the last couple of weeks. Today Mrs. Stewart’s class experimented with golf balls and ping pong balls trying to get them onto a target by applying force. They had so much fun and had a great discussion about mass of an object and applying force to move the objects.

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Science Fair Winners at Spanish Oaks

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Thu, 01/30/2020 - 11:01
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Congratulations to the following students for being chosen to move on to the District Science Fair:  Allena Good, Leah Bailey, Chloe Davis and Madison Jensen, Tanner Christiansen, Owen Young, Kenzie Baird, Hallie Brittain and Noah O'Gwin.   Great job!  Best of luck to you in the next level of competition!

Teacher Spotlight Miss McKendrick, Fourth Grade

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Mon, 01/27/2020 - 14:30

Miss Mckendrick is a 4th grade teacher here at Spanish Oaks.  Her favorite part about teaching is the kids' funny personalities and stories that they tell.  If she wasn’t a teacher she would be a famous singer and dancer because she is amazing at singing and dancing.  Her dream vacation would be somewhere warm like by a beach in Hawaii, with Acai Bowls.  She grew up in American Fork and Highland, Utah. Her favorite season is spring because everybody seems happier and the flowers are gorgeous.  She loves to learn and she hopes not only for others to learn but for others to be kind. 

Written by: Makayla Smith & Bella Fossat

 

 

Staff Spotlight Mrs. Lindstrom, Technician

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Mon, 01/27/2020 - 14:28

Mrs. Lindstrom loves to sew, go camping, knit and hang out with her kids.  Her favorite soda is Coke.  She loves to read, garden, and work on projects.  She has been working at Spanish Oaks for 15 years.  She grew up in Lindon, UT.  Her favorite school subject is math.  She tries to look at the positive side of things.  She is a grandmother of nine kids, and she doesn't like the wind in Spanish Fork.

Written by: Sadie Burtenshaw, Henry Massimini, & Kyla Donegan

 

 

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