This month as we celebrate the thankfulness and gratitude we feel, I would like to offer thanks to the business partner who is providing our two Classic Skate Nights at no cost to us. Holey Bricks owners, Justin and Holly Frasché, covered the cost so that Larsen families can go and enjoy two nights of skating and fun together. Thanks for your thoughtfulness and kindness to our Larsen Community. We are sure to have a great time! The first skate night will be held November 18th so mark your calendars. More information will be coming.
Larsen Elementary loves to celebrate Halloween and yesterday was no exception. The school was decorated like Whoville and all the staff was dressed as characters from the beloved book "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" and other Dr. Seuss books. When the kids entered into the school, they walked into a snow storm and then the magical world of Whoville. It was so fun to see the kids faces smiling and hear their laughter. We hope everyone had a happy and safe Halloween!
Reflections Winners 2019
2D Visual Art
Excellence--Lexie Jackson, Addison Arakaki, Rylee Giles, Evey Gibson, Maggie Sermersheim, Aubree Larsen
Merit--Cayla Case, Dakota Payton, Emily Gedeborg, Elsie Gibson, Claire Putnam
3D Visual Art
Excellence--Arie Bunce, Faith Hewitt, Brielle White, Miles Christensen
Merit--Evelyn Gause, Isabel Christensen, Nina Hewitt, Keane Rigdon, Ayla Gibson
Excellence--Memre Gause, Evey Gibson, Kelsie Stuprich
Merit--Valor Fugua, Ryan Snijman, Ian Beebe
Excellence-Alivia Hall, Dylan Wright, Collin Slaugh, Lincoln Kelson, Paislee Talbot
Excellence--Elsie Yarrington, Ashlyn Murphy, Porsche Pixley
Merit- Kita Schmidt
Our Leopard Spotlight this week is Mrs. Marshall. She is our speech and language technician. She is so fun to be around and her students love her. Here are some more fun facts about her:
Favorite subject in school: English
Hobbies: Listening to books and podcasts. She also loves road trips and walking her dogs.
Favorite Book: "Educated"
Favorite Food: Double Stuffed Oreos
She loves working at Larsen because of all the amazing kids and staff!
October 21st-25th is our Red Ribbon Week. This year our focus is on healthy lifestyles, relationships and avoiding harmful drugs. Here are the daily dress up themes.
Monday: I am an incREDibly good friend! Wear red today.
Tuesday: Put a cap on poor choices. Wear your favorite hat.
Wednesday: Team up against negative choices. Wear your favorite team colors or jersey.
Thursday: Wake up to the dangers of harmful drugs! Wear your pajamas.
Friday: Leopard Leaders make good choices. Wear your school shirts or colors.
This weeks Leopard Spotlight is Mrs. Bates. She is a 1st grade teacher here and loved by so many! Here are some more fun facts about her:
Favorite Subject in school: Reading
Hobbies: being a grammy, yoga and running
Favorite Book: All the Places to Love by Patricia Maclachlan
Favorite Food: Mexican food
Favorite Sports Team: Utah Jazz
Favorite Quote: "Every is another chance to make a dream come true!"
Her favorite thing about Larsen is the amazing students and staff.