First Grade Cultural Arts Fair

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Just before Christmas the first grade classes held a Cultural Arts Fair for their parents.  They shared their talents in a variety of areas, including dance, drama, music and visual arts.  What talented first grade students we have!

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photos by Alana Hunter

A Christmas Carol in January!

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Mrs. Ruth Cooper's sixth grade students performed a Reader's Theater of "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens for the younger grades at the school.  A (once in probably life time) Snow Day was the cause of A Christmas Carol in January.  The sixth grade students donned some costumes and scripts and shared a great story.  All who attended had a great time.  Even though it was a Reader's Theater, the actors made the story come to life. 

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Ruth Cooper

D.A.R.E. Graduation

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The fifth grade students at Park Elementary recently completed the D.A.R.E. program taught by Officer Farnworth of the Spanish Fork City Police Department.  A Graduation Ceremony was held in their honor on November 17, 2010.  As a requirement for graduation, students were asked to write an essay about the D.A.R.E. program, what they learened during DARE and to make a pledge to be drug free.  Three students were chosen for outstanding D.A.R.E.

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Jennifer Sorensen

Halloween Happenings at Park Elementary

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Captain Jack Sparrow, an Egyptian pharoah, clowns, ghouls, witches, and even Thing One and Thing Two are walking the halls of Park School.  Who are these people?  Where are the teachers?  Where is the principal? Where are the students?  It seems that everyone has transformed, it must be Halloween time.  Can you spot your teacher or a friend?