Book Fair Coming Up! Volunteers Needed

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 02/20/2014 - 17:49

 Book Fair is coming soon and we need volunteers! It's almost time for the Park Elementary School's Spring Book Fair  - Students will preview the book fair with their teachers on Monday March 3 and we will be open for Shopping Monday March 3rd Thru Friday March 7th.  Plan to come spend some time at our Book Fair Fiesta where there will be something for everyone.

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Article by: Annaleis Smith - PTA Book Fair Chair

Spelling Bee Winners

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 02/12/2014 - 16:49

Park Elementary would like to congratulate the finalists that participated in the annual Spelling Bee.  It was an exciting event with fabulous sportsmanship displayed by students and viewers.

Natalie Combs, from Mrs. Coates 5th grade class, claimed the title of the 2014 Spelling Bee and will move on to the upcoming Utah Valley Spelling Bee.  Nathan Oviatt, from Mr. James 6th grade class was the runner-up.

Other Participants included: Bryant Shell 4th, Lily Stutz 4th, Korbin McEwan 5th, Kensie Huff 5th, Sarin Burr 6th.

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Photo by Adam Gull

Leader in Me in Session

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 02/10/2014 - 18:09

While the State Legislature is in session, leaders from Park Elementary had the opportunity to visit the state capital and showcase The Leader in Me to some of our state representatives.

Monday, February 3, 2014 started out very early for six Park Panthers: Tyrel Bird, Logan Castor, Auston Castor, Katie Stauffer, Baylee Carter, and Hampton White.  These student leaders shared their Leadership Binder with legislators and discussed personal goals, why they made that goal, and made new goals after celebrating with a victory. 

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Photos by Ryan Kay

Reading Superbowl

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 02/10/2014 - 14:24

It was a battle of the books as Mrs. Sorensen's class collided in  a Reading Superbowl that was held for two weeks leading up to the real Superbowl last weekend. The class was divided into two teams, the Broncos and the Seahawks.  Students read each night and turned in their minutes on a football the following day.  Whichever team had the most minutes read the night before, scored a touchdown for their team. It was a nailbiting event as the score went back and forth and ended up being a close game.  In the end the Broncos ended up winning by 1 touchdown.

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Photos by Mrs. Sorensen