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School News: May 30, 2012
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Twelve East Elementary students from Mrs. Armstrong’s first grade class completed the 100-book challenge, reading 100 books from February through May. The students were Kason Bulloch, back left, Michaela Rember, Boston Garrett, Kanden Coronado, Carson Archibald, Teagan Akans, Rayce Zobell, Tylan Murray, front left, Kaydence Daughton, Preston Gehrig, Bryce Lee and Jazlyn Phipps. | Photo by TIFFANY ARMSTRONG
Twelve East Elementary students from Mrs. Armstrong’s first grade class completed the 100-book challenge, reading 100 books from February through May. The students were Kason Bulloch, back left, Michaela Rember, Boston Garrett, Kanden Coronado, Carson Archibald, Teagan Akans, Rayce Zobell, Tylan Murray, front left, Kaydence Daughton, Preston Gehrig, Bryce Lee and Jazlyn Phipps. | Photo by TIFFANY ARMSTRONG
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Gateway finishing school year this week

“Our care of the children should be governed not by the desire to ‘make them learn things,’ but by the endeavor always to keep burning within them the light which is called intelligence.” РMaria Montessori

Gateway Academy is now enrolling for the 2012-13 school year. Come have a tour of our school and see what makes us different.  The last day of school at Gateway is May 31.

The students of the 6-9 environment had a fantastic Spring Festival last week. Various works of art were on display depicting different biomes from around the world.

We had a marvelous music concert on May 28. The band, orchestra and choir did a great job at entertaining the audience with “pop” songs including songs from “Narnia,” “The Incredibles” and Michael Jackson.

The PHAN club has planned great end of the year celebrations including games, popcorn, popsicles and a fire truck.

Have a fun and safe summer break!  GPA starts up again on Aug. 13.

Enoch kids swim at Cedar aquatic center

The end of the school year has arrived. Last week was busy. On May 22 our entire school swam at the aquatic center and enjoyed lunch at Discovery Park.

On May 23 academic achievements were awarded. We congratulate the students awarded for perfect attendance, writing excellence, and achievements related to academic excellence.

May 24 was our special assembly to award students who have excelled in physical fitness. A special award was presented to the family of our late gym teacher, Trina Lowry, on behalf of the students of our school.

We also held a special game with the fifth grade students challenging the teachers, staff, and parents.

As she retires, we say goodbye to our secretary, Susan Asay. She is a gem and she will be missed. Have a safe and enjoyable summer full of reading and family.

Fiddlers thanks those who educate kids

We sure appreciate everyone who is involved in educating our children in the Fiddlers area. Thank you, teachers, staff, the PTA, parents, our volunteers, the district office and especially our kids!

Our students mean so very much to us and we are grateful to the wonderful people that touch their lives and give them safety, hope, meaning, and wonder.

We, meaning everyone involved in the education of our children, are in the greatest and most meaningful profession in the world. We wish all a very safe, fun, and restful summer! 

North has great Arts Night to finish year

Cedar North Elementary would like to thank all those who participated and supported our Arts Night. We had a super turnout, the kids performed well as grade levels and as individuals, and we had a great time as a community coming together and getting to know each other.

Thanks to Mrs. Melanie Skankey and Mrs. Kristina McGuire for all their incredible efforts to get everything ready for this fun night. The individual classroom teachers also did a great job helping their kids create and display their art Р both visually and musically!

Of course, we so appreciate the great parents and other family members who attended and always show such great support for our school.

We also have to express our sincere gratitude to our wonderful PTA Р not just for their help at Arts Night, but throughout the year. A simple thank you is not enough! We couldn't keep our school going without you! Have a great summer!

South has fun Field Day with activities

We really had a lot of fun at South the last few days of school! Field Day on May 21 was a big success. There were activities and games going on all day, and the weather was beautiful.

Everyone had a lot of fun. It was a good way to celebrate the end of the school year.

We’ve had great year this year, and we want to thank all our teachers, staff members, PTA volunteers, and parents who have helped make this year a success for each of our students. Enjoy the summer vacation!

CVMS has Physics Fair, race fundraiser

Thanks to our PTSA President Kasey Musto and her outstanding board for the wonderful job they have done for CVMS this year. They have sponsored wonderful activities, helped fund supplies for teachers and gone the extra mile to help our students have an awesome year.

The PTSA provided a wonderful dinner and dance for our eighth grade students on May 22. This is always a special night for our graduates and they had a wonderful time.

Another activity sponsored by our PTSA was our inaugural 5K Walk & Run on May 19. We had a large number of students, faculty, staff, family and community members participate.

It was a huge success and we look forward to bigger and better next year. Check the CVMS website for race results.

Congratulations to the winners of the eighth grade Physics Fair: Bridges Р Aubrey Spencer, first; Mica Spencer and Mikayla Fraser, second; Caitlin Peterson, third; Catapults Р Craig Hunter and Boston Bradshaw, first; Kache White and Austyn Davies, second; Shawn Slack, third; Ride Designs Р Madison Adair and Abbie Corry, first; Ryan Eberhard, second; Kailey Cox and Kenna Hepworth, third; Rube Goldberg Р Ashlynn Blauer, first; Allyson Berri and Cierra Reid, second; Kaylin Shelley, third. Congratulations to all participants!

Mrs. Laura Taylor arranged to have SUU ESL Department students from Saudi Arabia, China and South Korea visit several classes last week. These students enjoy practicing thir English skills by speaking to our students and teaching about their native countries.

We’ve had a great year and wish our eighth grade students the best as they enter high school and we look forward to an awesome group entering sixth grade next year.

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