Nebo Summer Visual Art/Music classes for students

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Nebo School District……Summer Art/Music Studio

June 5th - June 30th, 2017     (Mondays - Fridays)

Registration begins Thurs. April 20th  at 7:00 a.m., no refunds after June 5

Register at: nebo.revtrak.net (“Nebo District Programs” tab) locate the class/location            

*Remember to put the date, time & place on your calendar

Questions contact: robbyn.wagstaff@nebo.edu 801-354-7423

School Fundraiser Happening Now

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THANK YOU THANK YOU to those amazing Grizzly families who have already donated to our school fundraiser! As a reminder, we will continue our Fundraiser through next week. Please feel free to send your envelope back to school with your student(s), bring it in to the office or come in and pay with a card if that works best for you! We appreciate your support and look forward to having new technology in the classrooms and hands of our students and teachers over this next year! 

A BIG Thank you to Eagle Scout Josh Dalton!

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Thanks to Josh Dalton for choosing Mt. Loafer to be the recipient of his Eagle Scout Project. 

For Josh's project he repainted the backboards white, outlined the red box, and hung chains on each hoop.

Josh also surprised our students and classrooms with basketballs to play on our refreshed hoops!

THANKS Josh and Congratulations on completing your Eagle Scout Project!

3rd-6th Summer Drama Workshop Opportunity

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Put on a Play!

2017 Summer

DRAMA Workshop

 

2 weeks of theatre fun ’n games

for 3rd – 6th Grade Students!

 

Session I:  June 5-16

Spring Lake Elementary

1750 S. 500 W. Payson

 

Session II:  June 19-June 30

Sierra Bonita Elementary

53 S. 1800 E. Spanish Fork

Register at:  nebo.revtrak.net   

Click on Nebo District Programs

 

Book Fair THIS WEEK!

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Sring Buy One, Get One FREE book fair happening this week in the gym! 

*Penny Wars (see flyer your student will bring home today) Tuesday-Thursday

*Parents & Pastries Wednesday, April 12th @ 8:00am in the lunchroom! 

Thanks to our amazing PTO for putting on this bookfair and supporting Mt. Loafer Elementary students, teahers and families. 

It's going to be a Busy Spring!

In an effort to keep parents best informed about the busy happenings the next few weeks we wanted to share some of them with you. As always, you will receive your weekly email from the school as well as more specific details from your individual teachers. If you have questions or need clarification please let us know! We look forward to these and many more activities we have scheduled from now until the end of the school year. And with that we say... HELLO SPRING! 

Mt. Loafer Elementary Upcoming Events:

March Super Learners of the Month

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Congratulations to the following students selected as March's Super Learners of the Month! These Students were chosen because of their excellent academic and citizenship performance in our ten Focused Learning Skill areas. We appreciate each of you demonstrating your super powers at Mt. Loafer. 

Kindergarten: George Nelson, Zoe Gulley, Crew Porter, Tabitha Haskell, Beckett Eden, Maddie Minson

First Grade: Emma Stanton, Oliver Forsey, Aspen Swartz, Tessa Dent, Conner Lewis

Emergency Prepardness Day

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By Heidi Harris

On Monday afternoon, the 5th and 6th grade students were able to be taught from nursing students at UVU. Students learned about CPR and first aid, as well as safe practices when reporting an emergency situation to 911. Students were even able to see a helicopter land on the back field and saw inside of that emergency aircraft. Some even saw them leave on a real emergency call. The 5th and 6th graders were so excited to learn about their community and ways that they can help out in emergency situations. Thanks UVU nursing and the Hiatt family!

Dig Deeper! Candy Grams: This is a must read!

"Alone we can do little, together we can do much." This quote by Helen Keller is exactly how I felt as my tears fell when the teller at the bank gave the final tally of this year's Candy Gram donations. This was the largest amount we had ever collected. All I could think of was how much relief this would provide to one of our own families here at Mt. Loafer struggling with overwhelming life challenges. And to think, it was the culminating effect of one quarter at a time! Add to that, the countless hours of service our 5th graders happily gave in order to make this possible.

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