School News

4-H Christmas Around the World Registration

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Register for 4-H Afterschool Christmas Around the World.  Choose Session 1 (Dec 5-9) OR Session 2 (Dec 12-16).  Each session meets five times, every day after school for 1 week.  Students will learn about how different countries celebrate Christmas as they make crafts, try new foods, and learn about different cultures! What is the cost-if you register your child with 4-H online before Dec 5 IT'S FREE!  Read below for more information. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/larsen-afterschool-4-h-7744638621 

Utah State 4-H is raising how much WE pay for each child to participate in 4-H.  This raise happens January 1, 2017.  Students that are already in 4-H online will not be affected by the change.  For this reason, we will give you Christmas Around the World Club free if your child is registered in 4-H online for this year.  Not sure how to do that? Go to the 4-H Information page on this website for information on how to register.

Macey's School Cents Program

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Please make sure to relink you Perks membership account at Macey's grocery store to Larsen Elementary.  Last year our school received the highest amount of $10,000 thanks to all you wonderful parents.  Here is what Macey's says about the program:

"School Cents is our way of giving back and supporting our communities' education system. The School Cents program is run through Macey's Perks® program allowing us to electronically track the rewards each school earns. Your school will earn one percent* of every purchase made by its supporters."

Here is the link if you have any further questions:

http://maceys.com/school-cents

 

Reflections Contest

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Many students at Larsen Elementary participated in the PTA Reflections contest this year.  The theme was "What is Your Story" and the catergories were: Dance , Literature, Film, Music, Photography, and Visual Arts.  The kids really used their imagination and came up with some amazing stories.  Thanks for all your hard work students and PTA.

 

Music Makers Assembly

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Larsen Elementary had an assembly today where they learned all about different types of music. Music Makers came and helped students see how fun music can be.  Students sang a song about Larsen being the best school, they even wrote a song and many other fun activities involving music.  They ended assembly with singing "Everything is Awesome" which is

5th Grade Visits Olympic Park

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Well, 5th grade is at it again! A short time ago, all of 5th grade went to the Olympic Park in Park City. They had a great time taking a tour and learning many new things about the Olympics and the park itself. Everyone got to go up to the top of some of the jumps and other parts of the park to experience a bit of the thrill that Olympians got to feast on in 2002. They learned that Olympic athletes from all over the world still train there today, and some 5th graders said they'd like to join those elite snow-lovers sometime in the future!

Thank You Veterans!

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Larsen Elementary honored those who have served our country in the Armed Forces on Veterans Day.  The American Legion came to our school and shared a message about the brave men and women who fought for the freedoms we enjoy.  Mr. Scoubes and Mr. Cole, who are both teachers at Larsen, have both served in the military.  Thank you Veterans for your service and sacrifice so that we can enjoy a free country.  We love the USA!

Larsen Receives Weather Station

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Shannon Babb, of Utah County 4-H presented a weather station to Larsen Elementary principal Cami Thomas, and the Larsen 4-H ambassadors. The weather station is sponsored by Utah County 4-H and the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. We will be using it not only to keep track of weather data at our school, but also to compare it to weather data from East Meadows elementary and other schools in the area. 

Halloween Was Spooky at Larsen Elementary

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Larsen students had such an exciting Halloween at school.  FIrst they got to walk into Monster University and then had a parade of costumes for their parents.  Then each class held their Halloween parties in their classrooms.  Thank you so much to the PTA and parent helpers that came and made it all a huge success. 

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