It's time for our Spanish Oaks PTA "Sweets and Stories" on Tuesday, April 1, from 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Bring a book, pillow or blanket and come get cozy and read. The BOGO Book Fair will be open during this time, as well!! We will have prize drawings for books! Come and read and have a sweet with us!!
Please plan to come to our "Buy One Get One Free" Book Fair and stock up on summer reading!!
When: March 31 - April 4 from 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Closed at 12:30 p.m. on Friday)
Make sure to visit us on the evening of Tuesday, April 1, for "Sweets and Stories" from 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.!
Our amazing second grade students at Spanish Oaks treated the whole school, and their famlies, to a fun-filled, totally unique program ... The show featured songs from Frozen, Lilo and Stitch, and Toy Story, along with a completely original rendition of The Gingerbread Man. These talented performers brought the house down with their very own depiction of, "What Does the Fox Say?" Well done, second grade! We laughed until we cried and clapped until our hands hurt!
Nebo School District celebrated National School Breakfast Week March 3-7. The 2014 theme for this annual event was “Take Time for School Breakfast”. The district held an art contest and students had the opportunity to create a picture to enter and maybe win a prize. We are so excited to announce the winner from our school: Zoe McEwen!! This wonderful second grader drew an amazing picture (attached) and won her very own awesome basketball!!! Congratulations, Zoe ... We are so proud of you!!
Do you know what comes with 14 children, dream vacations to Hawaii, diving in Fiji, gardening, crafts, sewing, and working out??? Our amazing lunch ladies, Mrs. Shiloh Slaymaker, Mrs. Kim Bjarnson, Mrs. Terisa Hedger, and Mrs. Regina Dillman ...
The first graders had several members of the community come to talk about their careers and get the kiddos thinking about what they can be when they grow up! "Thank you" so much to our special guests!
Wednesday, March 12, Diamond Fork Junior High School came to share their talents with the 6th grade students of Spanish Oaks Elementary. In trying to promote the arts program, Diamond Fork Jr. High had a short performance for the students who will be joining them next year at the junior high. Demonstrations were provided for the different types of instruments, using some popular music from movies and radio. The performance was capped off with a percussion extravaganza! Five percussionists, using 7 trash cans, put on a fun final number of rhythm.