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Heidi Whittaker is a parent consultant with the Utah Parent Center. The Utah Parent Center has partnered with Nebo School District to provide free assistance to families of children with special education needs. Click on the link below for more information.
On August 8, parents can login to their Aspire account to view their child's kindergarten teacher. Once logged in, click the SCHEDULING button on the right. The teacher's name will be listed in Line 1 or 2. Line 1 is AM Kindergarten and Line 2 is PM Kindergarten.
Santaquin Elementary registration is on July 29 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you have a Kindergarten student OR are new to our school, please bring your kindergarten child for a short assessment, birth certificate, immunization record, and 2 proofs of residency i.e. house payment, city bill, driver's license, etc. All registration is completed online and is open now. If you need assistance or have documentation, please come to the school.
Calling All Bookworms!
Your students should have brought home a Summer Bookworm chart to help them find fun ways to read this summer. If they read for 20 minutes while doing one of the bookworm activities, they can color in the square for that activity. Once the bookworm is all filled up, they can bring it to the Santaquin Elementary Library at the school for some great prizes and pick up a new Bookworm with new activities! This is a great way to help your students continue to be excited about reading.
The school library will be open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 AM until 12:00 PM. Please come often to check out books!
Additionally, the Santaquin City Library will be open during the summer. Their summer reading program kicks of on Tuesday, June 4th from 3:00 - 6:00 PM. Additionally, did you know you can use your Santaquin City library card to check out books at Payson City Library?! Payson's summer reading program begins May 28th. Students may sign up for both programs and have twice as many opportunities for prizes! We know there are many fun plans for the summer, but reading just 20 minutes a day will help your student maintain the progress they've made throughout the school year. Please encourage your children to become bookworms this summer - students who love reading and spend time in great books!
Have a great and safe summer and happy reading!
We love STEM! We enjoyed spending the morning doing STEM activities with Mr. Russell from US Synthetic. Thanks for helping us learn how to problem solve. Thank you for volunteering your time to help us learn.
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The third graders had the opportunity to visit Santaquin Museum this week. They have learned about communities this year. It is important to know how and why our community started. We learned about the veterans who served, the mines around, the story behind the name Santaquin, and what the pioneers lived like. Thank you to the volunteers who took us on a tour. We appreciate your knowledge, time and effort. Annette Bott is always so happy to have us visit. Thank you Annette and friends and family who helped.
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