What's Happening in Your Grade in June?

Classroom Capers

Kindergarten -

In Kindergarten we are excited to learn about animals. Each child has presented a report on their favorite animal and we are anticipating our Zoo Field Trip. (May 25 for Tracks A and B, and June 9 for Tracks C and D)

Every kindergarten child is having the opportunity to meet individually with his/her teacher for a half an hour to show what they have learned during the year. It's amazing how much they grow academically, socially and physically during their kindergarten year.

We are continuing to encourage reading and writing. These are "companion skills" and when writing improves, so does reading! Helping you children in very positive ways to improve writing skills is a real benefit to them.

Each class will have an "End of Year Program" where each child is spotlighted on the walk across the stage. You will be receiving more information from your child's teacher.

We want to thank all the volunteer parents which help with the many needs of the students and helps each child receive more attention in learning.

First Grade -

We can’t believe it is time for the end of the year already! We have had a fantastic year and are pleased with all the growth we have seen. We appreciate all the support from our parents and getting to work with a great group of children.
We have recently watched our butterflies go through metamorphosis and enjoyed our field trips to Thanksgiving Point.
We will continue with our study on plants, finish our end of year testing and culminate with activities to prepare for second grade. Thank you for sharing your children with us! We wish them success and all the best in the future!

Second Grade - Second Graders Are Soaring to the End of the Year.

We as a second grade team want to thank you for all your efforts and generosity as parents during Teacher Appreciation Week. We have had a great year with your children. Tracks A and B tracks have finished their CRT testing and Tracks C and D will finish by the second week in June. "A" Track will be having some of their end of the activities in June. The last day of school is on June 11. The rest of the tracks; B, C, and D will have most of these activities June 28-July 2. The last day of school for these tracks is July 2. Even though school will be ending soon, please remind your children that they still need to be reading every night and completing their daily assignments. We hope you and your child feel that second grade was successful and enjoyable.

Third Grade -

Third grade students are looking forward to the end of the year with great anticipation. There are many interesting units planned for the "wrap up". Third graders have made Artist Trading Cards throughout the year and will meet to trade them with friends. Some of the illustrations on the trading cards are tied to the curriculum: other art is chosen by the student. Students may choose to keep their cards or trade them with friends.

Two of our tracks, A and B, took the Utah Core Criterion-Referenced Test the week of May 17th -May 21st. Tracks C and D will take the test the week of June 7th - June 11th.
The third grade C.R.T. measures student achievement in Math and Language Arts.

Fourth Grade -

The time has flown by and now it's June,
Through the fourth grade hallways you'll hear a happy tune!
Recorder songs and program music is being reviewed,
And County Oral Reports will be continued.
The County Fair on June 28th is sure to please,
And end of level testing will be completed with ease.
We appreciate all the parents who have been able to volunteer!
Thanks for another great fourth grade year!

Fifth Grade -

Fifth Grade is finishing off another fabulous year by practicing fantastic songs for our Young American Award Assembly. We are also having fun getting ready for our state reports and float parade, as well as finagling with the weather to play softball. We will all be glad to finally have our CRT testing done for the year!"

Sixth Grade –

Our 6th grade Hoedown on May 20th was a super fun event! We had a great turnout of students and parents, western dancing, and delicious refreshments! Thanks to all those who helped make this night activity possible!

Our students have so much talent! We held our end of year talent show and it was such a surprise! Students performed music, instruments, dancing, poetry, and comedy. We didn't know about many of the talents our students were hiding from us! Next year we plan to do a beginning of the year show, so talents can be a part of what we do all year through!

Country fairs, rockets, field day, etc. plus testing and reports keep us busy every second of every day. Your sixth grade children are wonderful and it has been our pleasure to work with them! The 6th Grade Team.