Our Box Tops for Education competition between classes ends tomorrow. Make sure that you send yours with your students! The winning class gets treats and bragging rights. Please look on your cans, cereral boxes and cake mixes, or anything General Mills to see if there are Box Top points. Thanks for all your support
Larsen Elementary had a visit from Jason Wright, author of "The Christmas Jars", and "Penny's Christmas Jar Miracle". He spoke with students about becoming an author, as well as sharing the story of Penny and her Christmas Jar and encouraging students to start a jar of their own with their families. Christmas Jars are jars full of spare change that are donated to families at Christmas time. Mr. Wright also met with fifth grade students to teach them more about writing and becoming authors.
Larsen 1st graders got the chance to visit Cornbelly's at Thanksgiving Point on a field trip. Students were able to get lost in the maze, play in Corn Cobb Beach, ride on the Grain Train and so much more. It was a fall adventure full of giggles and fun! Thank you teachers and parents who helped make all the fun possible.
During Colonial Days, the 5th grade had the opportunity to create Horn Books in the classroom. Horn Books were used by Colonists to learn the alphabet and how to read. Each student got the chance to experience writing with a quill and ink--they practiced Colonial penmanship and used those skills to create their Horn Books. The highlight (pun intended) of Colonial Days was making candles with hot wax. The kids enjoyed seeing their creations completely set the next day. We all had a blast!
We want to let families of Nebo School District know of the resources available in our community for those with mental health issues. The following is more information on the event.
This year’s Intermountain Mental Health Services Awareness Night will be held on Thursday, October 27, 2016, from 5:30 – 9 p.m. at the Brigham Young University Wilkinson Center. The evening will include an information fair featuring 40+ community mental health resources. Dr. Greg Hudnall of Hope4Utah will speak at 5:30 on suicide prevention. The keynote address will be given at 6:00 by Elder Gregory A. Schwitzer MD of the Quorum of the Seventy of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
People frequently turn to ecclesiastical leaders, physicians, school personnel, other professionals, and community leaders to help locate mental health and counseling services. The purpose of this event is to help community leaders know where to refer people who lack funding for mental health and counseling services.
For more information, visit https://intermountainhealthcare.org/locations/utah-valley-hospital/class....
Please feel free to pass this information on to those who may benefit.
Nebo School District will have a booth set-up to share our information.
We announced the PTA Reflections art contest in class today. For more information, see: http://www.utahpta.org/reflections. The theme this year is “What Is Your Story.” Larsen Reflections deadline is November 3rd. All participants will be invited to an ice cream party. Categories include:
Visual Arts - 2D
Visual Arts - 3D
To enter you will need two forms (fillable online at http://www.utahpta.org/entry-forms) or you may print these attached pdfs. Copies are also available in the office.
Please see this page for rules: http://www.utahpta.org/general-arts-category-rules-pages
Please note that not all entries need a consent form, only those that display another person’s image. Find consent forms and guidelines at: http://www.utahpta.org/entry-forms
Also, if you are interested, the National PTA is having a 2018-19 National PTA Reflections Theme Search (entries for theme search are due Oct. 31st). The winner will receive $100. For more information: http://www.utahpta.org/2018-19-national-reflections-theme-search.
1. student entry form
2. artist’s statement
The second grade was lucky enough to get to go to Farm Field Days in Lehi. They started the day off with lunch and play time at North Park here in Spanish Fork. After all the students got their wiggles out they traveled to Lehi. Once they got to Lehi and unloaded all the students they were able to watch three Border Collies herd some sheep. It was so cool! Then they learned about bees, 3D printing, the different breeds of milk cows and many other things. 2nd grade even got to see a mini horse and her baby, some pigs and a chicken. It was a lot of fun!
Larsen Elementary students sure started off the new school year by showing that they love to read! We celebrated their successful daily reading goals with an exciting assembly. Each teacher picked 2 students from their class that had read their daily minutes to participate in some fun games. The games they got to play were Define Gravity, Catch A Cloud, Use Your Noodle and Stinky Feet. Keep up the good reading habits!