Santa visited Mt. Loafer Students who have been very good this year! He judged the Ho Ho Ho contest and the winner was Eric Cheney. Students enjoyed singing and feeling the Christmas spirit. To do a little service at Christmas, Mt. Loafer Students collected 876 cans of food to donate to Tabitha's Way. Why were students so motivated to collect this much food? Well, it was to help those in need, but also to throw pies in the faces of some very good natured student council members and our beloved Mr. Roberts. Doing good for others feels great!
Mt. Loafer Student Council members give regular service to their school. Every Thursday council members collect paper from each classroom and take it to the recycling bins. This is more work than you might think! It takes effort, organization, and dedication. Thank you for helping our school!
The Utah Symphony performed for 4th graders in Nebo School district! The music is outstanding, but it is even more fun because the conductor takes time to teach students a little about the symphony. Students loved clapping some rhythms with the symphony accompanying them. This is a great experience for our fourth grade students!
A Mt. Loafer welcome to our new music specialist, Mrs. Jen Baker! Mrs. Baker taught first grade in St. George for three years prior to having her family and settling in Salem. Music is a very important part of her life. She loves teaching children the joy of music. We are glad to have her join our Mt. Loafer family!
Congratulations to the awesome November Students of the Month: Rebecca Buehler, Emmitt Shuler, Reagan Horn, Mason Swartz, Joseph Hughes, Lilia Magoffin, Ella Lee, Gideon Wallace, Xander Lofthouse, Allie Porter, Kylie Winward, Simon Barrett, Ben Staheli, Ryler Wilson, Drew Johnson, Brigham Turner, Josh Stevens, LillyAnn Lee, Ethan Lemon, Camary Lofthouse, Taylor Holdaway, Molly Staheli, Christian Huddleston, Alexa Betteridge, Jayden Swartz, Will Hansbrow, Lexi Davidson, Cameron Ringger, Mari Paxton, Gwendolyn Baker, Kalex Braithwaite, Annie Fillmore, and Allison Miller
Mr. Matt Jenkins, third grade teacher, was recognized by his colleagues as an outstanding educator who touches the lives of students, parents, and other teachers.
Mr. Jenkins is so much fun with a great sense of humor. He has a big personality and an even bigger heart. Some of his favorite things to do are reading, drawing, and anything technology related. He always stays up on what is the latest and greatest.