Mt. Loafer Walkathon

Submitted by angela.killian on

Friday is our Walkathon.  Our goal is to raise $4,000.

The course lap will be ¼ mile long.  The walking time will be 1 ½ hours; grades K-3rd from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m., grades 4th – 6th from 1:00-2:30 p.m.  Families can come “set up camp” on the grass field and on locations along the course.  Plan to bring folding chairs or a blanket or your walking shoes, depending on if you want to walk with us or watch.  No bicycles or pets. 


Submitted by larraine.nelson on

Mt. Loafer students want to show that they believe in being physically fit and living a healthy lifestyle!  In preparation for our upcoming walk-a-thon, our school held their annual club day, doing fun and fit activities!  The students were active playing baseball, running obstacle courses, participating in relays, playing games with the parachute, playing volleyball, and learning about nutrition.  We want to thank all the teachers who planned fun, active events, and especially to our Club Day Committee, Mrs. Mecham, Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. Naccarato, and Mrs. Bradley. 


Submitted by larraine.nelson on

It was a fun day to come to school on Wednesday, when the PTO sponsored Pastries and Parents!  Many parents came with their children to read and to have a doughnut.  We appreciate the support Mt. Loafer parents give to our students and we want to give a big thanks to our great PTO!



Submitted by larraine.nelson on

The fifth grade students had a great time at the Hope of America Concert!  These great students represented Mt. Loafer so well and did a wonderful job singing along with hundreds of other students who wanted to show their love for America!  Thanks to the fifth grade teachers, Mrs. Brady, Mrs. Dewey, Mrs. Naccarato, and Mrs. Wear.  We also want to thank Mrs. Brown for all her hard work in teaching the children all the wonderful songs.


March Students of the Month

Submitted by larraine.nelson on

We are excited to introduce our March Students of the Month!  These students have been great examples in their classes and the teachers appreciate their willingness to be helpful, kind, and happy!  Here are our Students of the Month:

First Row:  Aubri Rose Lee, Ruby Nelson, Nathan Moulton, Paxton Barney, Christian Shuler, Tayton Banks,

Second Row:  Sam Terry, Tugg Tomlinson, Joe Turner, Alydia Haskell, Kalex Braithwaite, Morgan Foster, Joey Anderson, Holly Anderson, Kenadee Houghton, Erik Jensen,

Award Winners at Central Utah Science and Engineering Fair

Submitted by angela.killian on

Science Fairs are all about getting kids excited about learning.  Paisley Bills, Bree Riding, Rebekah Jensen, Bree Hendry, Stockton Haskell, Eli Adamson, and Kyler Holman  demonstrated their excitement and knowledge at the Central Utah Science and Engineering Fair (CUSEF) hosted at BYU and were award winners.

Ken Garff Reading Winners Announced!

Submitted by larraine.nelson on

Reading is very important to Mt. Loafer Students and it showed in the number of tickets that were to be drawn out for the Ken Garff bike and for the $50.00 college savings certificate for reading!  This term the winners were Kate Bonny, who won the bike, and William Ewell, who won the $50.00 college savings certificate!  Great job to all you Grizzlies who are reading!


Salzburger Echo Comes to Mt. Loafer!

Submitted by larraine.nelson on

The students at Mt. Loafer enjoyed a wonderful assembly presented by, Salzburger Echo!  Salzburger Echo presented “Music of the Alps,” using a wide range of unusual instruments.  Their folk music originated from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.  They played instruments such as the twelve-foot alphorns, Swiss cowbells, and yodeled as well.  Some of the teachers even got involved playing, “It’s A Small World!”  It was a great assembly!