Walk-a-thon Reward Assembly!

The gym was not quiet as students cheered on the red and green bubble ball soccer teams!  Students went to a lot of effort to benefit Mt. Loafer....they walked, collected donations, and brought donations back to school quickly!  As a reward for all that hard work, Mrs. Killian provided a fun assembly where students cheered on teacher bubble ball teams!  So far, $4,300 has been earned by students from the walk-a-thon and more is expected to come in next week.

Mt. Loafer 4th and 5th Grades Participate in Track Meet

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On Tuesday, May 12th, the fifth and sixth grades participated at Salem Community Track Meet in short and long distance running races, the long jump and softball throw. 

The participating elementary schools were Mt. Loafer, Foothills, Salem, and American Prepatory Academy. 

The event was organized by Matt Marziale and Salem City. 

Principals and members of their faculties served as time keepers. 

There were many outstanding Mt. Loafer performances.  Results can be found below:

Utah Environments!!

Artistic talents were used as fourth grade students created Utah environment dioramas after learning about many of the plants and animals in our great state.  Students created a Utah forest, desert, or wetland and included a plant and animal that lives in the environment they chose.

Mt. Loafer 3rd and 4th Grades Participate in Track Meet

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On Tuesday, May 5th, the third and fourth grades participated at Salem Community Track Meet in short and long distance running races, the long jump and softball throw. 

The participating elementary schools were Mt. Loafer, Foothills, Salem, and American Prepatory Academy. 

The event was organized by Matt Marziale and Salem City. 

Principals and members of their faculties served as time keepers. 

There were many outstanding Mt. Loafer performances.  Results can be found below:

Reading = Healthy Fun!

WE LOVE TO READ AT MT. LOAFER!  Reading helps students prepare themselves for their own futures.  This year, students who helped themselves by reading at home, were rewarded with a day of healthy active fun!  Readers enjoyed swimming, raquetball, basketball, and climbing at the Provo Rec Center.

Utah Lake Learning!

Fourth grade completely loved a day of learning at Utah Lake.  If you teach the lessons provided by the Utah Lake Commision, you can qualify for a free field trip payed for by Utah Lake Commission.  Scientists take a day off to spend it teaching students about the science and history of Utah Lake.  Usually the buses for a field trip are paid from by parent donation at the beginning of the year.  In 4th grade, all of that goes to field trips.  By the end of the year the generously donated funds are depleted.

April Students of the Month

Congratulations!  Outstanding students during the month of April were:  Hallee Allred, Maddox Haskell, Lacey Taylor, Avonly Tervort, Eli Leyva, Leisl Otte, Savannah Staheli, Hugh Brockbank, Sarah Mecham, Leah Miller, Chloe Shubin, Jocelyn Shubin, Audrey Nelson, Tyler Crippen, Ryan Call, Brooke Carley Bradshaw, MyKenna Moore, AubriRose Lee, Shaylee Ryan, Noah Dinkins, Tucker Mathie, Brooklyn Kane, James Levie, Lydia Moore, Creighton Hughes, Jase Hendrickson, Marissa Alldredge, Zach Linton, Mariah Reynolds, Kennedy Lundquist, Jaxon Linde, Brooklyn Evans, Landon Richmond, Searra Johnson

Hope Of America!

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As families and friends watched, Mt. Loafer 5th grade students joined more than 6,000 fifth-grade students from 70 Utah County schools for the 19th annual Hope of America Student Showcase at the Marriott Center at Brigham Young University. All eyes were on Mt. Loafer Elementary 5th grade students, along with Mrs. Robin Brown, Mrs. Callie Naccarato, and Mrs. Rhonda Brady, as they performed on the floor of the Marriott Center. WOW!

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