School News

Kindergarten Registration Moving to Summer

 

This message is for parents who have children entering Kindergarten this fall.  Please forward this communication to anyone who needs this information but may not receive this email.

Kindergarten Registration, traditionally held in March, will be moved to the summer and will be combined with grades 1-12.  More detailed information regarding summer K-6 registration will be sent out before the end of the school year.

Parents can prepare now for registering their Kindergarten children by making sure they have a birth certificate and that their child is current on the following immunizations:  DTap, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Polio, Varicella and MMR by the end of July.  

We appreciate your help getting the word out.  Please contact the office if you have any questions 801-798-7411.

DFJH Visits the 6th Grade

Attributions: 
Laura Dyches

Sixth grade enjoyed a visit from Diamond Fork Junior High's orchestra and band. They were taught about the different instruments and had a fun time guessing what songs were being played. The Jr. High would love for any Sixth Graders interested, to start thinking about joining band or orchestra next year. 

Percy Jackson Cabins

Attributions: 
Gabrielle Quinton

The sixth graders were officially sorted into their Percy Jackson cabins this week after meeting with the Oracle. They then made life-size posters to pay tribute to their god or goddess parent. Let the camp games begin! 

Potential Energy

Attributions: 
Kimberly Mellor

Kindergarten students had a special visitor from Discovery Gateway Children's Museum.  Our  visitor helped us with some hands-on experiments  where we learned about using forces like pushing, pulling and how air can make things move.   We played with hover aircrafts and had a tug or war to help us learn how these forces work.

100's Day in K

Attributions: 
Kimberly Mellor

Kindergarten students are 100 Days Smarter!!  We celebrated by skip counting to 100 by 2's, 5's and 10's.  Then we spent time rotating to different stations where we did our best to see what we could accomplish in 100 seconds.   We worked on writing as many words as possible, building a tower with 100 cups, putting the ABC's in alphabetical order, and many other challenges.   We ended our day enjoying 100 little pancakes YUMMY!!  What a way to spend our 100th day! 

Mr. Q and Miss U

Attributions: 
Kimberly Mellor

Kindergarten students celebrated the wedding of Mr. Q and Miss U today in a short ceremony.  The wedding party (class) made tiaras and bowties with pictures and words that are made when we unite Mr. Q and Miss U.   After the ceremony the wedding party enjoyed a little cake and celebrated the happy union.   Congratulations Mr and Mrs Qu may you forever make wonderful words together. 

Chess EXTRA Starts Tomorrow!

At Spanish Oaks Elementary we are pleased to offer a wide variety of extracurricular opportunities through the implementation of our many EXTRA programs.  Information, dates, times, ages, etc., will be posted here, and updated throughout the year.  A special "thank you" to our amazing teachers, faculty and staff for making these opportunities available to our students!  Our Chess EXTRA:  w/ Laura Dyches will be starting tomorrow and runs through March 14th.  It will run Tuesday(s)/Thursday(s) in the Little Theater.  This is for 4th-6th grade students during the lunch hour.  This time is to practice chess for fun and maybe participate in mini tournaments!

                                                             

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