How I Became a Pirate

Attributions: 
Shawnee McMullin

Santaquin first grade went of a field trip to see a play based on the book “How I Became a Pirate” at the Scera Center in Orem. Students wore their best dress to visit the theater. We enjoyed the play and even got to ask the actors questions after the show! To finish the day we had lunch at the park. 

 

 

Hey Look!

Look who showed up at Santaquin Elementary! It's Johnny Appleseed himself.  

#santaquinelementary #mrrichins

 

Teachers Learning

Attributions: 

Several teachers from Santaquin went to a technology conference.  Teachers are always striving to stay current in their practice and hope to use technology to engage students in learning. 

#santaquinelementary #saturdayfun #technologyineducation

Reading Rodeo

Attributions: 
Jammie Weight

Oh my goodness! Students who read all summer enjoyed some fun at our Reading Rodeo.  Mr. Goudy is always up for some real rodeo with his horses and the PTA was so good to provide other activities and parent helpers to run those activities.  Thank you students and parents for efforts to read ove the summer. 

#santaquinelementary #readingrodeo #santaquinelementarypta 

Pumpkin Patch and First Grade

Attributions: 
Maddie Inman, Shawnee McMullin, Becca Dooley

First grade went to the Red Barn pumpkin patch and learned about different fruit trees. They got to pick their own apple and then enjoyed jumping on air pads, riding pedal carts, and sliding on gunnysacks. We ended the day with a warm donut that we enjoyed on our hayride back to the school. 

#rowleyredbarn #pumpkinpatch #fall #santaquinelementary

A Big Thank You!

Attributions: 
Ien Richins, Marlayne Harward

Santaquin Elementary had a great opportunity today.  We got to publicly notice and thank America FIrst Credit Union. They have supported our students  each year at Christmas time with new shoes.  Thank you America First Credit Union!!!!!! 

#americafirstcreditunion

Farm Field Day for Second Grade

Attributions: 
Megan Camper

We love farm field day! It is put on by Utah State Extension. Each class is assigned a different farm field day symbol. The students get the opportunity to go to several different stations. Some of them include: farm safety, eating healthy, washing hands, sheep herding, and a talking tomato. We also enjoyed eating our lunch at Discovery Park. The students loved wearing their awesome tie dye shirts they made at school with parent volunteers.

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