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Tuesday was a special Thankful Day at Mt. Loafer. The students focused on people and things they were thankful for. The students wrote thank you notes to someone they were thankful for and a special committee was formed from the student council that helped create special thank you letters for those who help our school run so well. The students are grateful to businesses, the PTO, parent volunteers, and many others who help our school!
The students at Mt. Loafer had the Great Gobble-Off to see who was the best gobbler! The Terrific Turkeys strutted their stuff as they tried to capture the vote of the judges! The winners are: Talmage Sainsbury, Alydia Haskell, Brandon Hill, Kyler Holman, Emma Sorensen, and Annie Jones. The teachers who had the best gobbles were Miss Doman, and Mrs. Bradley! Happy Thanksgiving to you all!
Our Mt. Loafer Grizzlies had a special assembly where the learned about computer and internet safety. Ms. Decker, a representative from Netsmartz, taught the students special things to remember when they are using the internet. The children were able to interact with a special friend, Clickie, who taught them rules and good ideas when using their computers.
Friday, November 16th, was a special day for the students in third grade. It was Grandparent's Day! Many grandparents came to a special assembly where the students performed many fun songs and had special poems and parts to share with their grandparents. Thanks to Mr. Bradley and Mr. Huffaker for all their hard work!
Our students were able to learn a lot about the state of Utah, thanks to the 4th Grade! Each year the 4th grade students research each county in Utah and present their discoveries at the annual county fair! They learn about the exciting places to visit in each county, what resources each county has, and fun facts about the counties. Thanks, 4th grade students, for your hard work!
The students at Mt. Loafer participated in a very special day--CLUB DAY! This day was used to have our students focus on how they can make a difference in our school. Each class found a way to do some sort of service for our school. Weeds were pulled, bulbs were planted for the Spring, ornaments were made for Christmas, doors were washed, and students worked with other students to help them with their writing. It was a great day for our students to serve and help others! Thanks Grizzlies!