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BYU Women's Basketball Kids Day

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Fri, 01/24/2020 - 08:30

Our 1st-6th grade students attended Kids Day at BYU for their Women's basketball game yesterday.  They had a great time and did a superb job of being respectful!  We were specifically invited back due to our excellent behavior.  Way to represent and be an example of ... Being Kind, Showing Respect and Working Hard, Spanish Oaks students! 

 

 

Thank You Nebo Hero Cole Valentine

Submitted by kali.brown on Thu, 01/23/2020 - 10:44

A huge “shout out” to Cole Valentine, bus driver extraordinaire!  Mr. Valentine chauffeured all of our Spanish Oaks 3rd grade students to and from our BYU women’s basketball game Kids Day field trip today and he was the best.  He regaled us with stories about why school buses are painted yellow, how many fans are on the school bus and how many gallons of diesel fuel a school bus holds.  We learned a lot and had a super good time!  Thank you, Mr. Valentine, for keeping us entertained and getting us to and from our destination safely.  You are truly a Nebo Hero!

 

Character Traits Study

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Wed, 01/22/2020 - 15:26
Attributions: 
Mrs. Stewart

Mrs. Stewart’s class has been learning about character traits. Today they got to play a game where they matched a character's description with a trait. Each group had such wonderful discussions about their ideas and they all did such great job matching the correct description with the word.

Teacher Spotlight Mrs. Young

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Tue, 01/21/2020 - 15:45

Mrs. Young is a speech teacher here at Spanish Oaks.  Her favorite part about teaching is working with the kids, she wants to help them get excited to reach their goals.  She has been teaching for three years.  She has a master’s degree in Speech\Language Pathology.  In her spare time, she loves to read and be outside with her family.  Her dream vacation is going to Hawaii, and relaxing on a warm beach.  If Mrs. Young wasn’t a speech teacher, she would want to be a dancer because it is fun, and she loved the experience as a kid. 

Written by: Makayla Smith & Bella Fossat

 

 

Staff Spotlight Mrs. Drollinger

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Tue, 01/21/2020 - 15:41

Mrs. Drollinger helps with special ed and is a P.E. specialist here at Spanish Oaks Elementary.  She was born in Idaho, where she was raised.  She went to college at BYU, Idaho.  If she was not a teacher she would lay on her couch and sleep.  Her dream vacation to go to Prince Edward Island.

Written by: Jaylie Carter, Eryn Powell & Lily Spencer

 

 

What's Your Opinion?

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Fri, 01/17/2020 - 10:31
Attributions: 
Mrs. Stewart

Mrs. Stewart’s class has been learning about opinion writing. They read an informational book and then they were able to work in groups and come up with reasons why it would be great to have animal eyes, ears, hair, teeth, tails and noses. They came up with some really wonderful reasons of how they could do amazing things.

Aim High Award Winners at Spanish Oaks

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Fri, 01/17/2020 - 10:17

These students were each chosen by their teachers as being a student that has really progressed in the classroom in one or more areas they have been working on.  We are so proud of them and the hard work they put forth.  They were given our Aim High Award for the first half of the year.  Let's give them all a big shout out!  Great work setting goals and working hard to achieve them!

 

 

District Keyboarding Competition Participants

Submitted by sherri.peterson on Thu, 01/16/2020 - 09:45
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Congratulations to the following fifth grade students for qualifying to go to the District Keyboarding Competition in April:  Tanner Christiansen, Benjamin Bigler, Heather Laing, Sebastian Tinoco, Bella Bowers, and Jenna Woods.  Good luck to you all!

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