The "Secret Service" was out in full force this month here at our school. Each class, decked out in our secret service glasses, did an act of service for another class. They were hoping not to be caught or recognized! It has spread cheer throughout the school, and has been a great learning opportunity for the givers. Great job, students and teachers!
Our Sing Around the Tree was interrupted by a special visitor dressed in red today, and he had treats for every student!! He then went around to each class to get a class picture. We found a few students in the halls that we couldn't miss, and the office staff was remembered. And don't forget our police officer either. He has been good as well! No one was caught on the naughty list here at Spanish Oaks!!
Spanish Oaks Fifth grade serenaded their parents on their recorders today. They worked hard throughout the first half of the year to learn their songs, and did a great job. They also had their Nova Graduation, where each child was spotlighted and received a t-shirt. A special thanks to our Nova Officer, Officer Leifson, for his help throughout the year.
We have some very talented students here at Spanish Oaks :) Here are our Reflection winners, and which category they won in:
Photography: Hayven Stumpe, Cheyenne Rasmussen.
Visual Arts: Brooke Bennett, Jack Chilton, Max Rueckert, Grayson Clark, Alex Rueckert, Cali Jackson, Ryan Lee, Brynlee Dyches
Film Production: Isaac Rueckert, Ellie Mills, Vera Garner
Literature: Braelyn Nelson, Maia Baird, Mae Chilton
Music Composition: Lucia Theodosis, Maisy Mills
Dance Choreography: Lilian Madsen, Olivia Nielson, Caleb Allen
Today we celebrated Veteran's Day here at Spanish Oaks Elementary. Local Spanish Fork Veterans helped our students realize that the freedoms we enjoy every day come at a price. Men and women, past and present, have sacrificed the luxuries of their homes and families to make our world a free place, a place where we have the right to live as we see fit. It was touching to see pictures of soldiers doing their duties, but also loving and protecting the children in the countries where they served. We had the opportunity to hear taps being played on a bugle as the flags were retired, and got
PBS KIDS Reading Marathon
The PBS KIDS Reading Marathon is taking place during the month of November. Children (ages preschool - 6th grade) are encouraged to read 20 minutes per day or 600 minutes total throughout the month. From December 1-15 parents will then go on to our PBS website and log their minutes for AMAZING prizes around town during 2022!
Each Reading Marathon participant will receive a personalized Adventure Pass which will give them the following:
FREE entrance to Hogle Zoo
FREE entrance to Red Butte Garden