February is national dental hygiene month and the second graders have been learning alot about taking care of their teeth! Several of the wives of dentists in our surrounding area came and put on a puppet show for them! The second graders learned how important it is to take care of their teeth! They learned how to brush and floss and how often, they learned when to go to the dentist, and what to do to make sure their permanent teeth don't fall out. They had a lot of fun and loved the puppets! WAY TO GO LEOPARDS!!
Larsen Elementary would like to congratulate the winners of the 2013-2014 Science Fair and wish them good luck as they move on and represent our school at the district level. The winners will advance to the District Science Fair on February 25, 2014.
Science Fair Winners:
Mrs. Mantilla's Class; Kayden Cruz, Brandon Collings, Nathan Clegg.
Mr. Teuscher's Class; Brittan Robison, Dallin Dennison.
Mr. Scoubes' Class; Haley Cardoza, Daniel Graham.
Mrs. Sorensen's Class; Hanna Prigmore, Adam Jensen.
Mrs. Waite's Class; Jenna Wallace & Bethany Jewkes, Isabel Hirst & Abigail Hansen.
Congratulations to all of our students. WAY TO GO LEOPARDS!!
Our wonderful art teacher, Mrs. Taylor recently had the fun idea for all of the children to each make a snowman to decorate our halls at Larsen. Every student put a fun and personalized twist on their own snowmen so that there is not one frosty that looks the same. They all turned out so cute and made our walls look a bit "Cooler". WAY TO GO LEOPADS!!
Wednesday January 29, 2014 Larsen Elementary recently held its annual Science Fair. Fifth and Sixth grade students, (and parents) spent hundreds of hours in the last couple of weeks working on and preparing their wonderful projects and experiments to be judged and displayed. Students researched how popcorn pops, baking in glass verses metal, plant growth, makeup colors, light, altitude, boat buoyancy, battery life, static electricity, soap bubbles and many more exciting and educational topics. The other grades K-4th also visited the fair and listened to the 5th and 6th graders explain as they told them about their experiments and how they worked and completed their projects. Thank you and congratulations to all of those 5th and 6th grade students who participated. WAY TO GO LEOPARDS!!