Happy Halloween from Larsen Elementary! We had some spooky students, walked in a scary parade, had amazing class parties and more! Thanks to all the staff, parents and PTA that helped make this day so fun! Be safe when you are out Trick-or-Treating.
We have a fantastic principal here at Larsen Elementary! Mr. Andersen works very hard to make sure all the students and staff are taken care of and safe. We appreciate all he does for us! We hope you had a Happy Bosses Day! You are the best and we are so lucky to have you at Larsen Elementary!
On Monday November 2, 2015 Nebo School District will present a Parent Awareness Night under Utah House Bill 329 Programs for Youth Protection.
We wanted to remind all parents about the annual Larsen Halloween Parade on Friday, Oct.30 at 1:00 pm. Come and see all the little gobblins, witches, mummies and more. Please line around the front of the school and students will walk along the sidewalks with their classes. Hope to spook you there....we mean see you there!
We wanted to remind all parents about SEP Conferences on Thursday, October 22. This conference is for Parents Only. Please come at your scheduled time. If you feel you will need to spend more than 10 minutes with the teacher, then please reschedule for another day. Hope to see you there!
The Opera group Vocal Dimension visited Larsen Elementary on Tuesday. They performed "The Three Little Pigs" and had students participate in the storytelling. This assembly was sponsered by the Nebo Arts Council. These assemblies are helping bring the Arts into the schools and classrooms. Thank you for visiting us Vocal Dimension.
Larsen students were lucky to have the Netsmartz organization come to teach them about internet safety. The Netsmartz organization is a program provided by The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Their website states this about their program:
Another activity for Red Ribbon Week was that each class had to make a banner that stated they would be drug free. We then hung them up down the halls so as to remind the students to stay away from drugs and other harmful substances. Classes were very creative and made some fantastic banners. Here are the banners made by Mrs. Diede's, Mrs. Stokes, Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Hales and Mr. Scoubes classes. Great job students!