Every Wednesday, students trade ten "Great Grizzlies" for a token. Students exhange their tokens for toys. Teachers reward students with "Great Grizzlies" for following rules and displaying good behavior in the classroom, rewarding hard work in the classroom, homework completion, attendance and punctuality, acts of kindness, lunchroom/hall behavior, and more!
Mt. Loafer Student Council enjoyed a day of leadership training from some of the best! John Bytheway, Nathan Osmond, Ryan Radebaugh, and Brent Burnham were some of the presenters who were there to share their knowledge. Students interacted with other youth from all over Utah County. At Mt. Loafer, our student leaders are learning that to lead, means to serve and think about others.
Is there a way to get students to LOVE math? YES! Sixth grade teachers are tapping into technology. Watch as one 6th grade student explains how her small group is using technology to solve real-life problems.
Mt. Loafer teachers welcome all children and their unique gifts and look for collaborative ways to teach and learn! They promote and celebrate the diversity of all Mt. Loafer Grizzlies.
Mt. Loafer students and teachers observed Red Ribbon week September 29th - October 3rd. Mt. Loafer Grizzlies are committed in adopting a drug-free lifestyle. The week ended with teachers competing in a lip-sync contest.