Safety Fair March 9th, 5 - 7p.m.
Join us for an informational evening and activities for all ages, with safety topics that include Bullying, Substance Abuse, Child Safety, Internet Safety and Bike Safety.
Night Of The Arts Awards Ceremony - March 10 from 6:30-8pm
Bring the family and enjoy a fabulous night celebrating the talents of our young scholars!
Calling All Scenery Painters & Builders!
If you have painted or constructed play scenery, join us on the 15th and 17th from 3-5 p.m. parents are needed to help paint scenery for the Wizard of Oz.
RSVP TO THE OFFICE WITH PAYMENT
BY MARCH 22
Flyers went home with students on Monday, March 7 - please check your student(s) backpack! Extra flyers can be picked up in the office.
Someone Special Lunch - April 8th. Break out your poodle skirts and mary janes, pouf up your pompadours and grab those old bobby socks - we're having a 50's theme lunch for you and your special student! complete with a special menu and photo booth!
Scholar Academy Yearbook - $10 Early Bird Price Ends March 23rd - order yours today!
A precious time capsule of the events and people that made this year unique.
Click to download order form.
National Geographic Bee Winner: Serdik Craig
CONGRATULATIONS! Serdik Craig is our recent school Geography Bee winner and has qualified to compete in the state level competition on April 1, 2016.
Your Opinion Is Needed For Our Library!
Dena Budinger, school librarian, is looking for a few parents that would be willing to help work on a five year library plan.
We would be thinking about library needs that could include book collection, physical space, policies, or other needs for the library.
If you are interested, please call the school at 435-566-6957 between 10:30-12:00, except for Wednesday - or - click to send an email.
Scholar Students Placing in the Top 10 at This Year's Spanish Spelling Bee!
Slow and steady - plus a lot of practice - wins the race! Congratulations Sophia McKay & Anastasia Robison! Plus a round of applause for our extraordinary Spanish teacher, Sandra Arslanian.
Mrs. Ganze Second Graders
Second grade has been having so much fun each month with our Service Learning Project. The Humane Society has been bringing in unique animals for our kids to experience and learn about. Not many people get to see a chinchilla, but our kids got to see two! They were able to pet them, watch them run around and take baths in dust. Just recently, our kids were able to watch hamsters run around in balls around the room. The kids had a blast with the hamsters! What has been a learning lesson from all of this is that all animals need care and the Humane Society has been great about explaining that to our kids and what their needs are. Another learning experience that our kids have taken away is that the Humane Society not only has cats and dogs, but all the other animals were have been able to see and touch through their presentations each month..
Check out Mrs. Ganze website for more info:
Mrs. Medina's Kindergarteners
We have had a lot going on in Kindergarten! The school year is going by so quickly. We celebrated the 100th day of school in February and are still trying to reach our goal of all kindergarteners counting to 100 by one's and by 5's. We also had a blast celebrating Dr. Seuss week. Right now we are preparing skits to share with the rest of the school for dental health month. It has been really fun watching all of the students reading skills progress, please keep up the good work!
Check out Mrs. Medina's website for more info:
^Click menu image above to download printable pdf for March.
Menu may change without notice. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Variety of milk plus fruit and veggie bar served daily.