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!
You're invited to take a trip to see Farmer MacDonald and the entire 2nd grade farm!
Third grade students learned about taking care of our earth in a fun hands on way! Expert visitors from McWane Ductile-Utah, taught students about the way plants help our environment. Students also learned about ways that they can conserve. Each student happily went home with a plant to remind them of the wonderful things they learned today!
Reading can be delicious! Mt. Loafer feels like the happiest place in the world when the halls are filled with parents and children reading together while enjoying scrumptious donuts. Thank you to parents who come share the importance of reading with their child at school. Thank you to the PTO who encourage every child to love to read as well as learn to read.
Excellent Students during the month of March:
Mila Clark, Bella Rust, Talya Svetz, Colton McGhie, Elliana Barben, Barrett Magoffin, Abby Rasmussen, Blake Mayfield, Talmage Wallace, Jack Shepherd, Parker Riding, Kelton Young, Aislyn Hunter, Brylnee Ault, Jordan Ritchie, Brooklyn Rust, Jordan Ritchie, Brooklyn Rust, Joey Anderson, Lexi Quist, Brenna Mayfield, Sara Nelson, Preston Wallentine, Madison Oss, Kameryn Hayes, Eric Cheney, Mari Paxton, Kynli Anderson, Ryan Brinkerhoff, Brynlee Rust, Brandon Youd, Bryton Morris, Celeste Cope, Jeremy Driscoll
Monday was a special day for Cassidy Burningham! Cassidy won the drawing for a bike from Ken Garff. All those students who have been reading and have met the monthly grade level goals were able to put their names into a drawing for a bike. Cassidy's name was drawn! Thanks to Ken Garff for supporting our readers! Keep reading, Mt. Loafer Grizzlies!
How long does it take to make kettle corn for the whole school? Just ask Mrs. Killian and Mr. Roberts who happily spent THE WHOLE DAY popping and making kettle corn for students with good citizenship! Mt. Loafer was filled with smiling faces smelling the sweet aroma of kettle corn popping. The smiles increased as students enjoyed eating this delicious treat from the principal. Mrs. Killian tells us she loves us....and we think she does! We love her too! Thank you Mrs. Killian and Mr. Roberts!
Thursday, March 12th, was the fourth grade’s annual hoedown and we were wowed with the great dance moves. Look for yourselves! Thank you, Mrs. McKee, Mrs. Trythall, Miss Harris and Mrs. Turner!