Larsen 5th grade students have been very busy lately. They recently worked on a history unit about different Native Indian tribes. Each student selected a tribe and made a 3-D diorama about the tribe they had selected. Some of the tribes they were able to choose from were; Navajo, Cherokee, Chinook, Aztec, Makah and many more. The students did an amazing job and they are all very creative! Great job 5th Grade!!
On Wednesday, September 4, we had a special guest come and do an assembly for us. Paul the Reading Magician came and taught us about the importance of reading. He did lots of magic tricks that really got the crowd excited. Paul came to kick-off our Road to Success Reading Program that our school is participating in. With Road to Success students register and track their reading online. Students had a lot of fun too! Way To Go Leopards!!
On August 30th we were privileged to have Mr. Osmond who works with Richard Paul Evans come and do an assembly to teach our students about the importance of reading. This assembly was sponsored by Richard Paul Evans, the author of the Michael Vey series books. Mr. Osmond had lots of eager students and teachers volunteer to participate in a game show and answer questions about books they had read. Way To Go Leopards!
A great BIG welcome back to all of our students for a wonderful new school year! We look forward to a new adventure for the 2013-2014 school year with our brand new office and our awesome new teachers. It is going to be a terriffic journey for all of us! WAY TO GO LEAPORDS!!
Thursday May 16, 2013 Larsen 4th Grade visited "This Is The Place" in Salt Lake City. They started the day by attending school, meeting their new teacher and learning new school rules, then everyone headed over to pull or push a handcart. 4th Graders watched and learned a little about being a Blacksmith and then it was off for a ride around the park on the train for a history lesson. We ate our sack lunches then boarded the buses and leaped through time back to 2013 and arrived safe and sound at Larsen. Way To Go Leopards!!
Larsens “Mr. B,” the Beekeeper (also known as Mr. Bingham, School Counselor) amazed Larsen’s Kindergarteners by showing them how bees make honey, giving out tastes of honey from his own hives and showing the fancy clothes beekeepers wear. Our Kindergarteners also learned about the different kinds of Bees, workers, queens, drones, guards, and fanners. Thank you Mr. B!!
Friday May 17, 2013 Larsen Elementary was presented with a check from Sonic Drive Inn for Larsens Sonic Night. This year Larsen made the most money out of any other schools who have done Sonic Night in our area. Thank you Sonic and WAY TO GO LEOPARDS!!
Larsen Elementary second graders recently took a field trip to the Farm Field Days at harwood Farms in Springville. We learned about farming and how important agriculture is to everyone. We started off the day seeing how a sheep gets a hair cut, the farmers like to call it sheering. As the days get warmer the sheep love to get rid of their heavy winter wool coat.
We learned about bees, chickens, sheep and cows. We learned about where milk, beef, and eggs come from. We learned to eat healthy good foods for our bodies to be strong and healthy. We had a terrific day at the Harwood Farm. WAY TO GO LEOPARDS!!!!
Larsen Elementary 4-H students have been having quite the fun lately with lots of exciting classes. This last session of 4-H classes have been extra fun and we are sad to see them ending so quickly. The students got to choose from Dance, Bento Food Art, Creatviity Corner, Open Gym, Track & Field, Watercolor, Chess or Soccer. We want to thank all of the awesome teachers who have helped to make this mini 4-H session the very best. WAY TO GO LEOPARDS!!
Larsen Elementary's Fourth Graders have been learning about Utah pioneers and traveled back in time to the 1850s. Dressed as Pioneers, they celebrated this day by playing pioneer games, churning butter, pioneer cooking and crafts. The highlight of the daywas dancing the Virginia Reel and the Texas Star for and with their parents. Even Mr. Anderson joined in on all of the fun. WAY TO GO LEOPARDS!!!