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Third Grade Field Trip to Rowley's Red Barn

Submitted by shawnee.mcmullin on Thu, 09/19/2019 - 16:45
Third Grade Teachers

The third grade students at our school were able to go to the Rowley's Red Barn on wagons pulled by tractors. They learned about an important part of our community. They learned how trees are planted, watered, pollinated and the fruit is harvested by hand and machine. They picked an apple, and ate a cider donut. They also enjoyed time on the outdoor activities.  (swipe for more pictures!)

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Sudoku in the Library

Submitted by shawnee.mcmullin on Thu, 09/19/2019 - 12:51
Misty Rindlisbacher, Librarian

Santaquin Elementary students are excited to have library centers underway again. A new addition this year is our community Sudoku puzzle. These 5th graders had a lot of fun working on their critical thinking skills, logic skills, and teamwork. Ask your student what their favorite center has been so far!

Book Fair Volunteers

Submitted by susan.hunter on Thu, 09/12/2019 - 15:18

Our school book fair is September 16-20. Please sign up using the link below if you are available to help.  Thank you so much! We really appreciate everyone's help!



Submitted by shawnee.mcmullin on Tue, 09/10/2019 - 15:39

Calling all freckled cheeks and toothless smiles! Picture day is Friday September 13th! Don't forget to fill out your picture packet and send it to school with your student. 

Digital Breakout

Submitted by shawnee.mcmullin on Thu, 08/29/2019 - 17:37

Fifth graders in Mrs. Camit's class did a digital breakout this monday in ourder to practice their critical thinking and teamwork skills. The students loved it and had a great class discussion about teamwork and perseverance. 

STEM in Fourth!

Submitted by shawnee.mcmullin on Thu, 08/29/2019 - 17:31
Mrs. Ripplinger's 4th Grade Class

Mrs. Ripplinger's 4th grade class does a STEM project to see who can build the tallest tower with gumdrops, toothpicks, and resources throughout the room. There's lots of creativity in this class!


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