How low can you go?

Annalyn Greer

In a sixth grade science lab, the students accessed a sound generator on the computer. They were able to tell how high and low of a pitch they could hear.  It was fun trying out the features on the website. 

Just Planning

Patricia Garcia

Our kindergarteners gave Mr. Argyle some suggestions to make our playground more fun, safe and inviting.  He took notes and drew pictures!  The kids even helped him take some measurements. They were so helpful!


6th Grade Padlock Competition

Vicki Lyons

This week our 6th graders have been practicing how to open locks to prepare for Jr. High lockers.  Mrs. Lyons our school counselor put together a competition to see who were the fastest students to open a lock.

Congratulations to our overall winners!

1st - Rylan Nuttail

2nd - Kam Schimpf

Individual class winners:

Mecham:  Arzadia Maestas, Brooklyn Darling

Greer:  Josh Laker, Guadalupe Cortes

Griffeth:  Tori Ludlow, Kam Schimpf

Rawle: Rylan Nuttail, Aspen Cummings



STEM and Leprechauns??

Daphne Black, Megan Camper

Our 2nd graders had a great STEM project to celebrate St. Patricks Day.  STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math.

The students had to design, engineer and build a leprechaun trap to see if they could catch a leprechaun.  Unfortunately that crazy leprechaun was too tricky and made a huge mess!  Maybe they will catch him next year??

Moving Fish

Krystal Taylor

For the fourth grade activity a few weeks ago, we made Moving Fish! The fourth grade activity is a reward for students who have all their work caught up. It also gives kids who need a little extra time and help a chance to work in a smaller group with a teacher.

Experimenting with Sound

Annalyn Greer, Judy Rawle

Students from Mrs. Rawle's class experimented with sound vibrations as part of their Sound Unit. They made string telephones and listened as their voices were transmitted over the string. 

Congratulations to Mr.Goudy - Nebo District Classified Employee of the Year!


“Mr. Goudy brightens everyone's day. He is more than a custodian; he helps run the school. He plows snow early in the morning and even cleans snow off the staff’s car windows. Mr. Goudy stops by classrooms to see if anyone needs any help. He assists students with their science projects and will dress up as the gingerbread man for Christmas. He is known for coordinating the Reading Rodeo for our students in the summer. Mr. Goudy is so kind and helpful and makes others feel special.