When traditional Christmas settings are mentioned, Hawaii might be the last place to come to mind. Mt. Loafer Kindergarteners are in a Hawaiian state of mind.
Mrs. Toelupe, along with her husband, have begun a fun Kindergarten tradition...a luau in December complete with the Haka and Hula. Christmas with an ALOHA!
Mt. Loafer's teachers know that students learn best "by doing" - especially in the sciences.
Club Day involved students from K-6th in hands-on activites and each science club was different; rocketry, chemistry, flight, genetics, geology, and many other disciplines of science. All the clubs were designed to capture children's natural curiosity, stimulate their interest in science and teach them important science topics along with critical thinking skills.
The secret is out...Mt. Loafer has the best secretary and now the whole district knows it!
Mrs. Pruitt was given the PEAK Award and was recognized by the Superintendent Staff and Nebo School Board of Education on Wednesday, November 13th, at School Board meeting for "raising the bar" on providing exceptional customer service, both internally and externally.
The PTO Expression program encourages Mt. Loafer students to explore their artistic talents. The program offers students the opportunity to create works of art for fun and recognition. Students are encouraged to submit works of art in six arts areas:
- 3D Art
- Visual arts
Students were challenged to create art inspired by a specific theme. The 2013-2014 theme is "Bring On The Bright..."
The signing of the World War I Armistice took place in a railway coach near the battle zone in France. The bugles sounded cease fire and the hostilities ended, marking a most significant moment in world history.
While Veterans Day is primarily a tribute to Americaʼs living veterans, and is typically observed more as a celebration than as a somber remembrance (Memorial Day), it is always appropriate to include a moment of respect for those who gave their lives for our country.
This week, students had the opportunity to celebrate Veteran's Day. In honor of our heroes, the students were invited to wear hats to say, “Hats Off to Our Heroes!” The students also had a bulletin board where they could write the name of their hero and tell why that person is special to them! Thanks to all those heroes in our lives!
We are excited to present our Students of the Month for October! We appreciate the great example these students set for our school! Keep it up Grizzlies! The following students are: Front Row: Austin Hicks, Jacoby Gustin, Triston Shepherd, Izzy Steck, Mandi Alldredge, Korissa Teeples, Parker Riding, Brigham Turner, Daniel Turner, Kooper Stewart, Jason Manseau. Middle Row: Saige Giles, Connor Houghton, Paisley Bills, Devan Wallentine, Garrett Cheney, Jeremy Driscoll, Brock Butterfield, Clint Veach, Savanna Young. Back Row: Madison Taylor, Dallin Hunter, Jaisha Palombo, Josh Nelson,