Mrs. Haines' Class Learns an Important Lesson Through Reading

Submitted by krista.openshaw on Wed, 09/27/2023 - 07:43

To start the year, Mrs. Haines and her class read the book "Fish in a Tree". This book taught such a great message about friendship, accepting others, and being kind since we never know what someone is going through in their life. After they read the book, they made friendship bracelets for their friends, and each student got a piece of a picture and made it their own. The pieces also flip up to reveal a writing piece from each student on their thoughts on the book.

3rd Graders Become Bridge Builders

Submitted by krista.openshaw on Fri, 09/15/2023 - 07:56

The third grade classes had an exciting STEM project to design and complete!  The students worked with partners to design a gum drop bridge out of gum drops (or Dots in our case) and toothpicks.  They were tasked to create a bridge that could hold the most amount of weight without crashing.  Each partnership worked hard, used creativity, and showed persistence as they designed, tried out, and then altered their bridges.  Here are some pictures from each class! 

Music is in the Air!

Submitted by krista.openshaw on Wed, 08/30/2023 - 14:25

For the next few weeks, you might see a new face around...or hear some piano being played before school! Meet Laura Brockbank! She's a Music Integration coach working with Nebo School District and the Beverly Taylor Sorenson Arts Program. This means that for the next 7 weeks, she will be working with our teachers on using music to teach other subjects (like math, spelling, writing, science etc.) She is very excited to be at our school!