Amazing January Students of the Month!

Students who were awesome during the month of January were: Rebecca Buhler, Myra Wrightm Boden Beutler, Mallie Haskell, Kien Grover, Zoe Biggs, Keylee Cloward, Luke Hopkins, Idalie Elton, Gage Beutler, Barrett Magoffin, Hope Gasser, Camie Hopkins, Francisco Howes, Maddox Bishop, Hailey Nelson, Trey Mitchell,Kaiden Howell, Monica Garcia, Jaden Evans, Sydnie Losser, Elerie Hutchinson, Allison Tuckett, Olivia Johnson, Sophia Clark, Bridger Saunders, Korissa Teeples, Nelson Barrett, Katie Swensen, Sami Pfaff, Breanna Johnson, Hailey wilkinson, Brennen Bailey, Ashton Fussleman, Stephen Strong, B

There is something wonderful about a book!

Attributions: 

Mt. Loafer recognized those students who became members of the 100 Book Club by inviting them to have Pizza with the Principal.  Congratulations to Teec Gulley, Ashton Freeman, Mandi Alldredge, Jessica Datin, Savanna Young, Gabrielle Hansen, Ezra Haskell, Seth Meservy, Eli Leyva, Elinor Barrett, Stephen Strong, Kaylea Freeman, Izzy Steck and Josh Stevens!  

Healthy Habits

Third grade is learning about personal hygiene.   How would you feel if Mr. Bradley showed up for school like this every day? 

N.O.V.A. Graduation

Attributions: 

N.O.V.A. is a program taught to the 5th grade.  This program runs for 15 weeks and is taught by a Salem Police Officer.  The mission of the N.O.V.A is Nurturing youth to seek out positive Opportunities, internalize good Values, and accept Accountablility for their choices in life. 

Snow Day Reward!!!

Good citizens at Mt. Loafer LOVED the reward activity which included sledding down the perfect Mt. Loafer sledding hill followed by warm cocoa and a yummy doughnut!  Smiles were everywhere during this fun activity shared among friends.

Ken Garff Reading Winners Announced!

Friday was a special day for Abby Haskell and Sam Levie!  Abby and Sam won the drawing 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.   Thanks to Ken Garff for supporting our readers! Keep reading, Mt. Loafer Grizzlies!  

BYU Sports Hero Day

Our Mt. Loafer 6th Graders had the opportunity this week to attend the BYU Sports Hero day. There were just shy of 1,000 6th grade students that attended this event. 

The students participated in various stations put together by almost all of the BYU athletics teams. Each station had an activity that was led by athletes from the respective sport, giving the students the opportunity to interact with their BYU sports heroes.

We Saved Thousands of Trees

Attributions: 

Mt. Loafer will no longer have a recycle bin due to the fact that the company in charge of the bin needs to relocate it.  But thank you to all those who have recycled papers!  Our student council recycled for the last time today and were delighted as the amount of recycling was taller than they were.

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