Attention Parents and Students!
Mt Loafer Elementary is starting a chess club this January and we want you to join! If you are interested in signing up your child please email Mrs. Blackhurst at: email@example.com
We need the following information:
Ability Level: Beginner/Intermediate/Expert
*More information on dates and times to come soon*
5th & 6th grades have done a wonderful job at making luminaries for Salem Cemetery. They will be placed at Salem Cemetery Christmas Eve night. We are so grateful our students could be a part of this oppurtunity. Our students had a wonerful time making them and learning from our art teacher.
The 5th grade Wax Museum was AMAZING today! There were wax people from history and our current day. The students provided great information and interesting facts about all of the them. Check out a few pictures from today. Also, there will be a video later that you can see all of the student and how great they did.
Brenna Mayfield brought her incubator to class.... 21 days later.... the most adorable chicks you have ever seen made their grand entrance into the world! Did you know you could hear a baby chick tweeting from inside it's shell before it hatched? Thank you Mayfield's for sharing the joy with our school!
Congratulations to the following students selected as November's Super Learners of the Month! These Students were chosen because of their excellent academic and citizenship performance in our ten Focused Learning Skill areas. We appreciate each of you demonstrating your super powers at Mt. Loafer.
Kindergarten: Nick Draper, Avery Olsen, Ivie Shepherd, McKenna Staheli, Elias Hickman
First Grade: Colter Mathie, Paylor Robbins, Daxon Anderson, Hailey Garcia, Nick Anderson
The County Fair has been a tradition for many years at Mt. Loafer. Students this year were extremely excited to share all they learned! One student brought cereal to share because Box Elder County has a plant that makes cereal. Another student asked the teacher....."Why does he have cereal at his display?" The teacher explained and the student responded...."Wow! I didn't know there is a plant that can grow cereal!"