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The Sanpete Messenger

Inside Our Schools Oct. 7-18

Inside Our Schools
Oct. 7-18

 

Daniela Vazqeuz

Staff writer

10-13-2016

 

 

North Sanpete High School

From left to right are Audrey Oldroyd, Lydia Madsen, Abraham Bunting and Brenden Blackham, three of North Sanpete High’s choir students who attended the all-state choir event at the Salt Lake Tabernacle.
From left to right are Audrey Oldroyd, Lydia Madsen, Abraham Bunting and Brenden Blackham, three of North Sanpete High’s choir students who attended the all-state choir event at the Salt Lake Tabernacle.

Four of the school’s choir students sang with 590 other Utah high school students in an all-state choir event in the Salt Lake Tabernacle on Saturday, Oct. 8. Audrey Oldroyd, Lydia Madsen, Abraham Bunting and Brenden Blackham spent three days in Salt Lake to rehearse with the all-state group before the performance on Saturday. “It was really cool to sing with 590 other students who worked hard and wanted to be there,” Lydia Madsen told the Messenger.     

            As a reminder, all district schools will take fall break from October 20-24.

 

 

North Sanpete Middle School

North Sanpete Middle School students made convection solar ovens under the instruction of Corby Briggs.
North Sanpete Middle School students made convection solar ovens under the instruction of Corby Briggs.

Students in Corby Briggs’s college and career awareness class were taught the fundamentals of solar power and put their skills to the test when they built solar ovens. Briggs instructed his students using the Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) system, showing them how heat is transferred into cylinders of the ovens and how it can prepare food. Students got real world experience and put their various oven creations to use on Friday, Oct. 7.

The Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) club is sponsoring a parent and student dance on Friday, Oct. 14, from 7-9 p.m. in the gym. The theme is “Candyland” and activities will include music, dancing, concessions and games. Tickets are $5 per pair, and $3 for a single student without a parent.

The club is inviting all parents and grandparents to bring their student dates for a fun night out.

 

Moroni Elementary

            The PTA will host their annual Fall Festival on Fri. Oct. 14 from 5-7 p.m., and this year, they have over 15 games and activities for the community to participate in. A cake, cookie or cupcake decorating contest will be held, and students must have their decorated sweets at the school on Friday morning to be judged. All baked goods will be used for the cake walk being held that evening. Everyone who participated will receive a prize.

Students can also bring in mason jars full of goodies to donate to the ring toss games. Water bottles, jelly jars or any other container of similar size can be used.  The PTA asks for goods to be in wrapped packages if you are planning to donate.

If students ordered a punch pass, expect those to go home with students on Friday.

 

 

Ephraim Elementary

At the Ephraim Elementary Fall Festival, kids got to play the game of Plinko, a classic, and perhaps one of the most popular games showcased on the CBS game show The Price is Right.
At the Ephraim Elementary Fall Festival, kids got to play the game of Plinko, a classic, and perhaps one of the most popular games showcased on the CBS game show The Price is Right.

Parents and students gathered to participate in the school’s annual Fall Festival on Saturday. Various games and activities were set up on the school property, including face painting, miniature golf, blow up slide, guitar hero and several other activities. There was a silent auction with donated items from various local businesses such as outdoor gear, bikes, several gift certificates and more.