120 days of first grade has really aged our students and teachers! The kids dressed up as if they were 120 days older. Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Headman, Mrs. Gray, Mrs. Bates and Mrs. Wilson even joined in on the fun and came looking a little senior-like. Classes then celebrated by writing to 120, played math games and many other fun activities. Everyone hopes they look at cute as these kids do when they get older. 120 years looks pretty fun!
Teni Worthen, a 6th grader at Larsen Elementary, was chosen as the Utah Valley Student of the Week. An article about him and what a tremendous young man he is was printed in the Daily Herald today. Please click on the link below to read the full article. We are so glad to have such great students at our school. Congratulations Teni!
Larsen Elementary sure knows how to celebrate Valentine's Day. Each class had amazing parties put on by the mother helpers and teachers. There were so many cute bags and boxes decorated ready for valentine deliveries. Thank you for everyone that helped make the day so fun for the students.
1st grade made tinfoil boats for a science experiment. They tried to see who's boat could hold the most hippos. Students learned that science can be fun and exciting even as a 1st grader.
Please read the attachment for registration information about the 2017 Utah State Elementary Chess Tournament. It will be held on March 18th at the BYU Wilkinson Center. Students K-6 are eligible to play.
Mrs. Eckhardt's kindergarten classes had fun playing games on quilts and blankets for quilt day recently. The kindergarteners did quilt math, read quilt stories, played a quilt game, and drank hot chocolate. Such a fun day at kindergarten!!
Spring pictures will be taken on February 16. There will be a flyer with packet information coming home this week. If you have any questions you can go to www.lifetouch.com.
Jr. High, and High School
Saturday February 25, 2017 8:30 am - 2:00 pm approximately
Cherry Creek Elementary 484 S. 200 E. Springville, 84663
Please enter through east doors.
Students had a fabulous time at the Leopard Pride Assembly. Our 4th grade team put together a competition to build a snowman between each grade level. The participants had to wrap a student in tissue paper, add the buttons and nose, then top it off with the hat and scarf. It was a race to finish first with lots of cheering and laughs. We sure built some cute snowmen.