January 2014

Donuts and Reading!

Attributions: 
N.Hansen

Wednesday January 22nd  Larsen PTA held their annual before school Reading and Donuts activity from 7:30am -8:15 am.  Students enjoyed reading their books which had been given to them by our Larsen PTA.  Students chose to bring their dads, uncles, grandpas, moms, siblings or other special people with them to the fun event.  Delicious, warm donuts and milk were served to everyone. This is a fun way to show our awesome Larsen students the importance of reading.  Thank you Larsen PTA and parents for supporting your child’s reading! Way To Go Leopards!!

 

 

 

Students Get Tricked About Bikes!

Attributions: 
N.Hansen

Larsen Elementary students were entertained as well as educated during an awesome stunt bike assembly held on Wednesday, January 15, 2014.  Rich Wieber and his partners travel all over the United States performing for students.  Along with their cool stunts and tricks they teach the students about proper bicycle checks, helmet safety, the dangers of drugs, alcohol, tobacco and bullying. They also teach the students the importance of setting goals and achieving those goals, and about hard work and determination.  Rich also told the students a personal story of how he was racing in the BMX circuit and when he crashed how his helmet saved his life. The highlight of the event was when one of the bikers jumped over our own Mr. Andersen, Mr. Bingham and Mr. Scoubes. Stay safe and WAY TO GO LEOPARDS!!!!

Larsen Is "COOL SCHOOL" Of The Week!!

Attributions: 
N.Hansen

Larsen Elementary was chosen as one of the "Cool Schools of the Week" on Fox 13, last Wednesday, January 15th.  Big Budah from Fox 13 spent the morning here at Larsen with our AWESOME students and got to see what life is like during a normal school day at Larsen.  He helped make cupcakes with the 4-H program, square danced with the 4th grade and was even made a honorary Larsen Leopard!! Thank you to all of our wonderful students, faculty, Fox 13 and Big Budah! Larsen Elementary is truly a "COOL" school!  WAY TO GO LEOPARDS!!!

Larsen Students Are Loving Imagine Learning

Attributions: 
N.Hansen

Imagine Learning is a brand new computer program here at Larsen Elementary that Larsen has started using to help students who are learning English, struggling readers and or students with disabilities. Imagine Learning has hundreds of activities and games that target the five basic literacy components; Comprehension, Phonics, Vocabulary, Fluency and Phonemic awareness and is targeted for students ages 4 to 12 (or from pre-K to 6th grade)

Instruction is customized for each student, including custom individualized curriculum, scientifically-based research, effective teaching practices, and captivating art and music. These are combined with some of the latest in computer technology which creates one of the most effective English language and literacy programs available. Our students here at Larsen love the new Imagine Learning and are benefitting tremendously from this program. Keep up the good work students! WAY TO GO LEOPADS!!

Larsen Student Receives District Recognition

Attributions: 
N.Hansen

Larsens own 6th grade student, Becca Carter, was chosen as the First Place winner for the districts Christmas card contest. Becca’s art work was featured on the front cover of the Nebo School District Christmas Card for 2013. Becca is in Mrs. Sorensens class here at Larsen Elementary! Congratulations Becca and WAY TO GO LEOPARDS!!!

Larsen Celebrates "Sonic" Night

Attributions: 
N.Hansen

On December 18, 2013 Larsen Elementary was presented with a check from Sonic Drive Inn for Larsens Sonic Night.  Larsens Sonic night was a huge success and a big Thank you to all of the families and students who helped support our Larsen Sonic night and earn money for our school. WAY TO GO LEOPARDS!!

Larsen Choir Performs for Students and Parents

Attributions: 
N.Hansen

Larsen Elementary recently held their annual Christmas Choir Concert of 2013.  Students from both 5th and 6th grade performed favorites such as “Hot Cup of Cocoa,” “Holiday Blessings,” “Joy in Jerusalem,” and more for students and parents. They even played hand bells for a couple of the musical numbers. It was a great evening!  These dedicated students have been practicing before and afterschool several times a week for the past several months and it definitely showed. This year the boys in the choir performed a special version of frosty the snowman. We absolutely love our Larsen choir and love to hear all of their hard work and dedication pay off. A big thank you to Mrs. Peery for helping out and our wonderful Mrs. Johnson. Way To Go Leopards!!