This is what it looked like as first grade student Koy Isaacson, son of Dustin and Chelsie Isaacson of Goshen, finished his "victory lap" in the halls of Goshen Elementary School last week. Koy won the bicycle in a drawing of all of the students in the school that had been reading in Ken Garff's Road to Success reading program. Koy, a trick bicycle rider, was doing a maneuver called "Bunny Hops," as this picture was taken to celebrate the season and being chosen for the new bike.
Mrs. Samantha Peckham's fourth grade class at Goshen Elementary was excited to have Mrs. Belva Parr from the Utah Farm Bureau come in and do a soil art activity. Her granddaughter, Caitlyn Parr, is in the class and entered a writing contest sponsored by Utah Farm Bureau, with each county having their own contest for students in grades 3-8. The theme was "A Day In The Life Of A Farmer." Caitlyn used facts and information she knows about farms and won first place. She received a money award and this fun activity for her class. During the activity students saw some of the different colors of soil that are found in Utah while using them to make art.
This is one of the stops kindergarten students at Goshen Elementary School made in the annual Kindy 500. The Kindy 500 is not really a race, but rather a tour of the school with famous American people, symbols, and sites to visit along the way. Students in this picture are from Mrs. Lori Staheli's kindergarten class studying and then making the American Flag. Other famous sights were a stuffed bald eagle, the Statue of Liberty, Abraham Lincoln, and Betsy Ross.
Here is this week's School Spirit contest winner at Goshen Elementary School. It's Mrs. Audy Lott's and Mrs. Margaret Allinson's third grade class that won this time. With 27 students, you may think that this is the whole class. Actually, six students including the teacher were missing when this picture was taken. The contest is based on how many students are wearing the school colors of blue and gold. With all of those students, it's no wonder they won.
Goshen Falcons from Mrs. Hilary Dyreng's 1st grade class perform Reader's Theatre performances last week. This was good practice for their reading fluency. Students enjoyed painting their settings and performing in their groups. Performances included: The Three Pesky Pigs, Old McDonald's Family Picture, Goldilocks and the Bears, Little Bo-Peep, and Almost Carrot Stew.
If it looks like you are seeing a lot of Dr. Seuss' Thing 1 and Thing 2, you are. In fact, there is a Thing 3 and Thing 4, clear up to Thing 29. Why were all of the "Things" in Mrs. Samantha Peckham's fourth grade classroom? It was Dr. Seuss Day at Goshen Elementary School last week in celebration of the good doctor's birthday.
These are the students of the month from Goshen Elementary School. Included in the picture are Vianey Vazquez, Max Kropf, Paul Caballero, Porter Walker, Layne Osborn, Jesalyn Fowers, Raegan Anderson, Kanyion Gonzalez, Emilee Voran, Jacob Gutke, Dawson Shepherd, Aubree Carter, Bridger Eastwood, Evyn Staheli, Jenna Osborn, Kennedy Guernsey, Silvia Escobar, Selena Morales, Parker Hannifin, Tucker Brown and Bailey Fridell.
Who can predict the final score of the Super Bowl XLV before the game starts? The Goshen Elementary School lunch department wanted to know the answer, so they made a contest offering a pizza lunch with soda pop and cake. So who predicted the closest? It was Mrs. Patsy Barlow's all-day kindergarten class!
Rian Ewell, daughter of Brian and Carolee Ewell of Genola, is taking a victory lap around the Goshen Elementary School after winning a brand-new bicycle from Walmart for her reading in Ken Garff's "Road to Success" program. Rian is a third grade student in Mrs. Audra Lott's and Mrs. Margaret Allinson's class. And, yes, she does love to read.