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Inside Our schools Oct. 14-28

Inside Our Schools Oct. 14-28

 

Daniela Vazquez

Staff writer

10-20-2016

 

 

As a reminder to those with students in the North Sanpete School District and South Sanpete School District, there will be no school on Thursday, Oct. 20 and 21 for the UEA Convention.

There will also be no school held on Monday, Oct. 24 for students in the North Sanpete School District for fall break.

 

Ephraim Elementary

            The school wants to remind parents there is no school from Oct. 20-21 due to the annual UEA convention.

Students have been collecting box tops to help the school raise money for various projects. All box tops are due by Oct. 31.

The Parent Teacher Association will hold a Safety Awareness Week from Monday, Oct 24 through Friday, Oct. 28. The week was previously known as Red Ribbon Week, but this year, the PTA wanted to focus on multiple aspects of safety for children. Topics will include drugs, bullying and internet safety. Faculty and staff ask that parents encourage students to participate in all of the activities and to be on the lookout for fliers going home with kids that week.

Picture retakes will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 26. If you student needs retakes, please send them to school with their original picture package that day.

 

Fairview Elementary

            There will be no school from Oct. 20- 21 and Monday, Oct. 24 due to the UEA convention.

Parent Teacher Conference (PTC) will be held on Oct. 25-26. Appointment times were sent home with students.  If you have not received an appointment time, please contact the school.

The Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is sponsoring the Scholastic Book Fair during PTC in the school library. Books are also available for purchase during the school day from Oct. 25-27.

The PTA is also hosting the annual Fall Carnival on Friday, Oct. 28 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the school. The whole family is invited to enjoy a night of food, fun and games. Costumes are recommended, but not required.

The school is happy to announce their participation to help the Snow College Business Club raise money for the Children’s Justice Center. Please donate personal hygiene items, school supplies, backpacks, blankets, snacks, stuffed animals, etc. Because Halloween is around the corner, they ask for donated costumes as well. A donation box can be found in the schools entrance area. The last day to drop off donations is Oct. 28.

 

Mt. Pleasant Elementary

            Parent Teacher Conferences (PTC) will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 25 and Wednesday, Oct. 26. Notices were sent home with students last week. If you did not receive an appointment, please contact the school.

There will be a book fair and Parent Teacher Association (PTA) signups during PTC’s. All money earned by the PTA will go toward a new swing set for the younger kids’ playground.

 

Moroni Elementary

            The Moroni Elementary Parent Teacher Association hosted their annual Fall Carnival on the schools playground on Friday, Oct. 14. School grounds were filled with food and games the whole family could participate in. Several students donated decorated cakes and other sweets for the cake walk. A highlight of the night was the spook ally. Those brave enough to enter went on a long walk on a dark and heavily decorated stage.

 

Dante Bailey studies his target carefully before he pitches a winning ring around his prize at the Moroni PTA Fall Carnival. - Daniela Vazquez / Messenger photo
Dante Bailey studies his target carefully before he pitches a winning ring around his prize at the Moroni PTA Fall Carnival. – Daniela Vazquez / Messenger photo

 

 

Kids dance around numbers chalked on the ground for a chance to win a decorated item from the calk walk event at the Moroni PTA Fall Carnival. - Daniela Vazquez / Messenger photo
Kids dance around numbers chalked on the ground for a chance to win a decorated item from the calk walk event at the Moroni PTA Fall Carnival. – Daniela Vazquez / Messenger photo