Deputy Irvine visited 2nd grade classes to talk about safety. We appreciate him taking time from his busy schedule to help students make safe choices.
LaMarque Ward and colleagues from the Cincinnati Dream Academy visited Santaquin Elementary with a Dream Building message. They want students around the world to know that dreams begin with a strong foundation of personal desire, positive attitude and support from family, friends, community, etc. They inspired students and teachers to DREAM BIG!!
Mr. Argyle, Principal of Santaquin Elementary School, dressed as Johnny Appleseed and brought apples to share with 2nd graders. He read a book about Johnny Appleseed to teach students about this American Hero. Thank you Mr. Argyle and Johnny Appleseed!!
Santaquin Elementary School kicked-off the new Reflections Theme at an assembly featuring Native American dancers. The 2011-12 Reflection Theme is ‘Diversity Means…’. We encourage all students to enter the contest to explore ideas of what diversity means to them. Contest rules and entry forms are available at the school office.
Clifford, the Big Red Dog, came to Santaquin Elementary School during the PTA sponsored Scholastic Book Fair. His visit excited students to continue to read every day. Thanks Clifford!!
Bob and Cindy Wakefield and athletes from Brigham Young University visited Santaquin Elementary School 4th graders to talk about the importance of staying drug free. The program The Buff Don't Puff is presented to elementary students by athletes who have committed to keeping themselves physically fit from the inside out. The students watched a motivating video featuring BYU athletes and answered important questions about tobacco and drugs. Each class received a commitment poster to hand in their classroom to help them remember to be drug free.