Inside our Schools Jan. 25, 2018

Inside our Schools


Compiled by Linda Petersen

Jan. 25, 2018


Ephraim Elementary

Tonight is Story Night at the school from 6:30-7:30 p.m. where students, parents and siblings can enjoy bedtime stories and refreshments.

Next week, the school will hold its Usborne book fair Tuesday through Thursday.

Parent-teacher conferences are next Thursday and Friday, Feb. 1 and 2. School will be out at noon that Thursday, and there will be no school that Friday.


Fairview Elementary

Last Thursday, students, their parents and siblings enjoyed playing games for Family Fun Night at the school.

Next Tuesday, Jan. 30, is parent-teacher conference.


Mt. Pleasant Elementary

The school district is offering a free preschool next year for all eligible students ages 3 and 4. Other students ages 3 and 4 may also attend for a fee on a first-come, first-served basis.    Contact Jessica at Mt. Pleasant Elementary, 462-2077, for more information or to be added to the registration list.


Gunnison Valley Middle School

Last week was Spirit Week at the school.

Tuesday was School Pride Day, and students were invited to wear any shade of blue. Wednesday was Star Wars Disney Day, and students could dress up as Star Wars or Disney characters.

Thursday was Twin/Triplet Day where students wore matching outfits. All grades also enjoyed a trip to the movie theater to see “Wonder.”

Friday was Crazy Hair/PJ Day and, along with dressing up, students participated in a dodgeball tournament.

All activities were organized by members of the student council.


North Sanpete Middle School

Last Thursday students enjoyed a career fair at the school where several parents came and showed off their careers.

Ribbon cutting postponed at middle school

Plans have been postponed for a ribbon cutting to celebrate the solar array at North Sanpete Middle School.

According to North Sanpete School District Superintendent Sam Ray, Rocky Mountain Power added the additional requirement of effective grounding for the system at the last minute. This necessitated engineering work and meant the school district had to order extra transformers.

The power system is scheduled to be online by the end of February, and once the system is operational, a new ribbon-cutting ceremony will be scheduled.

Two weeks ago, the school district had a major power bump that affected several systems, including PowerSchool.

District and school technology staff have worked to remedy this situation. Staff at all the schools have been working to assure that all grading information is restored.


Gunnison Valley High School

This week students are getting into lots of fun activities for Spirit Week with a “Relive the Moments” theme.

On Monday student council members showed a kickoff video during the first hour.

Then on Tuesday students were invited to wear styles that matched their favorite decade and enjoy the Coop lip synch battle.

Today there is a morning assembly, and tomorrow students can dress up in retro Bulldog attire and participate in Bubble Ball (fifth-quarter activity).

On Saturday, the winter ball will be held at the school at 9 p.m.


Manti High School

Last Saturday, seniors enjoyed the Senior Ball at the Snow College Eccles Center Founder’s Room.


North Sanpete High School

This week is Teacher Appreciation Week at the school.