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Someone Has Rocks In Their Head

Submitted by marlayne.harward on Fri, 03/01/2019 - 14:24
Attributions: 
Stephanie Ostler

Not really, but he thinks about them a lot.  Paul’s dad, Kyle Gardner, shared his knowledge about rocks with the class.  He let the students look at the rocks, and hold the rocks. He even brought a dinosaur vertebrae for the students to see. The second graders had a lot of questions, and Kyle answered them all!  The students had a fun time learning about different types of rocks. It was the perfect ending to our rock unit. We are so grateful for parents!

 #santaquinelementary  #rocks  #santaquinparentsrock  #thankyou

 

40 Book Challenge

Submitted by marlayne.harward on Thu, 02/28/2019 - 16:50
Attributions: 
Misty Rindlisbacher

Our Santaquin Chieftains are reading machines!  These students have all completed the library's 40 Book Challenge and have enjoyed prizes like bookmarks, candy bars, movie passes, and a free book of their choice!  Way to go!

 #santaquinelementary  #40bookchallenge  #readingrocks  #mrsrindyisthebest  

 

Underground Railroad

Submitted by marlayne.harward on Thu, 02/28/2019 - 16:44
Attributions: 
Hannah Camit

The 5th graders recently learned about the Civil War. As part of this unit, the children participated in an underground railroad simultation. For this actvity, the students traveled to four station masters on their way to freedom on the underground railroad. They had to hide in small spaces and travel on a cart as to not get caught and sent back to the South. The students also had the opportunity to take apart cotton and seperate out the seed pods. The students loved this activity and getting a glimpse into how the Undeerground Railroad worked and why it was important to American history. 

#santaquinelementary  #undergroundrailroad  #fifthgrade  #cottonpicking  #cottonpod

Let Me Hear It

Submitted by marlayne.harward on Sun, 02/17/2019 - 20:12
Attributions: 
Judy Rawle

The Payson Junior High band, orchestra, and jazz band came to perform for the 6th graders to introduce them to the instruments and get them interested in trying out a musical instrument in 7th grade.

#santaquinelementary  #sixthgradeadventures  #readyforseventh

And the Winner Is...

Submitted by marlayne.harward on Wed, 02/13/2019 - 17:19
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We had an assembly to reward students for reading and turning in their minutes.  There were several prizes given away.  Most exciting was four bikes.  There were two given to the lower grades and two given to the upper.  Keep on reading! More exciting assemblies to come and lots of adventures in a book. 

Don't Crush My Chips

Submitted by marlayne.harward on Tue, 02/12/2019 - 19:35

We had the opportunity to have Hank Smith come and talk to us.  He helped us understand that we can be "upstanders" instead of bystanders.  If we stand up for others, everyone will feel safe and important.  We also learned about having boundaries with others. 

He explained that when we say something unkind, it is like "crushing chips" inside of someone.    He taught us to say, "Don't crush my chips."  We all got a bag of Doritos after the assembly. 

Thank you PTA for the sign and the chips. 

#santaquinelementary  #hanksmith  #dontcrushmychips  #bekind  #upstander  #dontbully #santaquinpta

Happy 100th Day of Kindergarten

Submitted by marlayne.harward on Mon, 02/04/2019 - 16:05
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Kindergarten is hurrying to catch up with the rest of the school. They celebrated 100 days of school on Friday.  We thank the PTA for the sign outside.  It was a fun celebration. 

#santaquinpta  #santaquinelementary  #100daysofkindergarten  #weloveschool

Kindergarten Registration

Submitted by susan.hunter on Fri, 02/01/2019 - 12:09
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Kindergarten registration will be combined with regular registration in the summer.

Just a reminder that all kindergarten students registering for the 2019-2020 school year will need to bring their birth certificate, immunization records, and two forms of proof of residency even if they have a sibling enrolled.

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