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.
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.
Monsters have invaded our school! The faculty and staff dressed up as monsters and invited the kids to come into Monster University. We can't wait to see all the spooky costumes that are at our school today. Happy Halloween everyone! The costume parade starts at 12:40.
This week our students have been learning about the dangers of drugs during our Red Ribbon Week. Classes made signs pledging to stay away from things that hurt their bodies and minds. There were different activities each day that helped students remember to stay healthy and strong. Larsen students are smart and drug free! Thanks Ms. B for all your hard work during Red Ribbon Week.
Larsen students participated in a fun "Ninja Warrior" course for being such great readers! Our 5th grade teachers put together a course that required agility, speed and strength. Students had to jump through hoops, army crawl under ropes, hippity hop to the river, jump over the river and then scooter to the finish line. Mrs. Thomas and Ms. Berns even completed the course. Larsen has some mighty warriors but even better readers! Keep up the good work.
At school we have been celebrating Red Ribbon Week and being Drug Free. Here are 6 ways to reduce the chance that your child will use drugs or engage in risky behaviors:
1)Build a Warm & Supportive Relationship with Your Child
2)Be a Good Role Model When It Comes To Drinking, Taking Medicine & Handling Stress
3)Know Your Child’s Risk Level
4)Know Your Child’s Friends
5)Monitor, Supervise & Set Boundaries
6)Have Ongoing Conversations & Provide Information About Drugs & Alcohol
Picture retakes will be held on Oct. 27. Please bring the picture packet that was sent home with your student in order to have them retaken. If your student was absent that day send them with the money and the envelope with which packet you are ordering. Thanks!
Parents this is another reminder to sign up for SEP conferences that are being held Thursday, Oct.27. You will need to go to the Larsen Elementary website http://larsen.nebo.edu/ and there you will see a link on the right hand side that says K-2, 3-6, Spec Ed SEP Conference Sign-ups. Click on whichever one pertains to your child. It will bring you to the "Sign Up Genius" site. There you will see the very simple instructions. Find your students teacher and choose a time slot. If you have any problems contact the office. Thank you!
The Freedom Festival sponsors multiple patriotic contests each year in categories including Art, Essay, Speech, Storytelling, and Video. The video contest is open to everyone; other contests are open only to students. The contest theme this year is Freedom.
In addition to receiving cash prizes, contest winners enjoy having their work promoted in the community by the Freedom Festival all year.
The deadline for all contests is November 14, so get moving!
Go to www.freedomfestival.org/contests for details on each contest, including age requirements and cash prizes. We are so excited to receive your entries!