Red Ribbon Week

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 10/21/2010 - 23:30

October 21st of Red Ribbon Week was "Give Drugs the Boot" day.  Students were encouraged to dress in Western attire.  Lots of boots were seen around Park School halls that day.  Here's some fine looking boots, students and a cowboy.

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Sherri Smithee

Musical Assembly

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 10/21/2010 - 23:14

On Wednesday, October 20th, the students were treated to an assembly put on by the musical duo called Moon Light.  This duo is a father and a daughter, Stephen and Aubree Oliverson.  Aubree has been playing the violin since she was five and also composing music since then.  Her father, Stephen is also a talented pianist and composer.  They have performed at the Sundance Film Festival, at Thanksgiving Point and as far away as Minneapolis.  We were all amazed at the talent of this duo.  They were joined by Aubree's 4th grade brother, Eric and her 6 year old sister Lily.  These two also perfor

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Sherri Smithee

Spanish Fork Football players visit Park School

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 10/08/2010 - 18:52

The Spanish Fork High School Football Captains visited Park Elementary School to inspire school spirit.  Captains: Nate Russell, Isaac Asiata, Travis Still, P.J. Inoke, Hayden Nielsen and Sean Leifson visited our school during a lunch recess and signed autographs.  They talked with the students about staying healthy, exercising, and being good sports.  Students enjoyed running after a few long passes and punts.

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Cheryl Leifson

Gold Medal Mile assembly

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 10/01/2010 - 17:17

Park Elementary School is running , biking, skateboarding, walking and more, to be a Gold Medal Mile School!  The Park PTA launched the Gold Medal mile program at an assembly on Friday, September 17, 2010.  The students, their families and teachers will be walking around the USA as they log their miles throughout the year.  Paper airplanes filled the air, as they were caught, those students were asked to unfold their airplane to discover a U.S.

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Sherri Smithee