Inside our Schools
Compiled by Linda Petersen
Sept. 28, 2017
All North Sanpete schools will be out tomorrow, Friday, Sept. 29 for Teacher Professional Development.
North Sanpete High School
Students got a visit yesterday from Kelly Lauritzen, a North Sanpete graduated who is now a foreign service officer in the U.S. Embassy in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She appeared as part of Hometown Diplomats, a U.S. State Department program.
The kickoff for the Treat ‘n Speak option will be held today. The program, held on various days throughout the school year during flex time, gives students an opportunity to visit with local professionals to find out more about what they do. (Students who attend will receive a treat). The visitor today Matt Cook from Moroni, CEO of Norbest.
Next Tuesday, Oct. 3, Josten’s will be at the school to meet with juniors and seniors. The company sells class rings and graduation announcements.
Spring City Elementary School
School portraits will be taken tomorrow.
Ephraim Elementary School
Oct. 9-13 is School Lunch Week. Parents and guests are invited to visit and eat lunch with their children on Monday, Wednesday or Thursday. The menu features chicken nuggets on Monday, Oct. 9; orange chicken on Wednesday, Oct. 11; and pizza on Thursday, Oct. 12.
Notes will be going home with students inviting visitors to sign up to eat school lunch. Guests need to sign up before Tuesday, Oct. 3. The kitchen requests that no outside fast food be brought in during School Lunch Week.
The PTA Fall Festival will be Saturday, Oct. 7.
Ephraim Middle School
Eighth grade students will visit the Snow College Convocation today at the Eccles Center for a performance by Los Hermanos de los Andes in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Manti High School
A club assembly, where students can find out all what various clubs have to offer, will be held today.
The theater students are participating at the Shakespeare competition this coming weekend in Cedar City.