Mt. Loafer teachers are looking forward to meeting with parents for our last SEP Conferences of the year. Conferences will be scheduled the week of March 14th-17th. Please watch for more information from your child's teacher next week. Our students have made a lot of progress and we want to celebrate with you!
Congratulations to our February Altitude Award recipients! These amazing students worked on encouraging others and showing kindness throughout the month. Way to go, Grizzlies!
You can view our awards video by clicking on the link below:
Our new goal for the month is to show perseverance. Stick with it even when things get tough! We can't wait to see all the ways you persevere this month.
Congratulations to our January Altitude Award recipients! These awesome kids were chosen by their teachers because they embraced challenges last month. For the month of February, we will be working on showing kindness and encouraging others to be their best. Keep climbing, Grizzlies! You're awesome!
Watch our January Altitude Virtual Assembly by clicking the link below.
Our very own Mrs. Valerio was recently nominated by her peers as "Rookie of the Year" principal for Nebo School District. She will represent our district and submit an application to the Utah Association of Elementary School Principals (UAESP). This is a very well-deserved honor. We sure are proud of you, Mrs. Valerio! Thanks for all you do for Mt. Loafer Elementary!
Mt. Loafer PTO will be sponsoring the annual Expressions Contest. The theme this year is "Make the World a Better Place!" Enter by scanning the attached QR code or clicking on the link below. The deadline will be March 11th. Get creative, Grizzlies!
SALT LAKE CITY – Today, the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) officially launches the allocation of $12 million in COVID-19 relief funds to directly help K-12 public school educators get classroom resources for the school year through DonorsChoose, a nonprofit crowdfunding website. The collaboration between USBE and DonorsChoose is the largest of its kind to date in the nation and will provide Utah educators with up to $1,000 in funding for their projects, empowering them to support their students' success with classroom resources.