What's Your Guess?

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Students in Mrs. Hobbin's 1st Grade Class were up to their elbows in a slippery, slimy math lesson yesterday.  

Students were presented with a large and small pumpkin.  Mrs. Hobbins began her lesson on estimation and counting by having students guess how many seeds were in each pumpkin.  Students then dug out the inside of the pumpkins and counted all the seeds.

Morgan from Mrs. Hobbins class said: "We got all the yucky stuff out and counted the seeds.  It was my favorite activity in school!"  

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Photos by Tamra Lybbert

Special Delivery from Harward Farms

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Students at Park were surprised with a special gift yesterday morning.  Jake Harward from Harward Farms delivered a pumkin to each student for Halloween.  Students lined the front of the school and one-by-one received a pumkin as Harward Farms workers unloaded the pumpkins from a flat bed truck.  Students' smiles were as wide as a jack-o'-lantern.

Zoeie from Mrs. Farrer's 3rd grade class presented a Thank You card to Jake and the Harward Farms crew.

We appreciate Harward Farms for bringing joy to Park students!

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Photos by Tamra Lybbert

Park Halloween Parade Coming Up!

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Park Elementary will be holding our annual Halloween Parade on October 31 at 2:00 p.m.

Everyone is invited to attend.  Please be lined up anywhere along the outside of the school.  We will parade around the entire block of the school.

  • Please send students to school in their costumes.
  • If they need to have their faces painted it must be done before they come to school.
  • No masks or weapons will be allowed.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT OUR HALLOWEEN PARADE!

Walk More in Four Winner

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Cherissa Wood from UDOT  presented Harlie from Mr. Elliott's class with a scooter and helmet for her participation in the Walk More in Four challenge.  Students were asked to walk and ride safely to school and in their neighborhoods.  Way to go Harlie!

Several students were also awarded with UDOT's "SNAP, Walk 'n Roll" soundtrack for their participation.  

 

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Photos by Ryan Kay