Inside our Schools Nov. 9, 2017

Inside our Schools Nov. 9, 2017

Compiled by Linda Petersen

Nov. 9, 2017


Yesterday, both Gunnison Valley High School and Manti High School had assemblies for Veterans Day to honor local veterans.


North Sanpete High School

Tom Fell took first place in the Best Teacher category for his Halloween costume.          Students had a full day on Halloween with a trunk or treat in the parking lot in the morning, followed by a costume contest assembly where students and faculty competed in several categories including: Scariest, Most Funny, Cutest, Best Teacher impersonation, Best Couple, Best Group, Most Creative and Best Teacher. The speech and debate team competed in its first competition of the year on Oct. 28 at Hunter High School. Emily Hill took third place in Lincoln Douglas debate and Donnivan Kubota took fourth in original oratory.

Tom Fells took first place in the latter category for his Darth Maul costume.


Manti High School

Students interested in Snow College’s certified nursing assistant course were able to get more information from Jen Bushman from Snow College and sign up for the course on Tuesday.


Spring City Elementary School

Spring City Elementary School students enjoyed Halloween.  The day was full of Halloween-themed educational activities which included Halloween math, Halloween reading, math-focused games, etc.  At the end of the day, students dressed in their costumes and had a parade around the school.  Trick-or-treat bags were provided by the PTA, parents and businesses. City councilwoman Kimberly Stewart brought treats that were handed out as the students paraded by.  McDonald’s provided Happy Meal certificates.