The STAR Award is a set of grade level specific goals that students work towards accomplishing throughout the school year. There are several goals to choose from in the following categories: Academic, Responsibility, Healthy Lifestyle, Service, and Character. Congratulations to the following students for all of their hard work earning the STAR Award this month.
We are so excited to announce the theme for this years Art Fair! The theme will be, "Do You See What I See?" The Art Fair will be March 24th. Projects need to be turned in by Monday and Tuesday, March 21st and 22nd. Projects will be judged on Thursday night between 4-6 and we will have Performing Art Assembly that evening from 6-7 pm. A note will be going home soon with a lot more information.
SEP Conferences will be Thursday, January 14. Please watch for a note coming home so you know what time to come visit with your child's teacher. This SEP will be a walking conference so you can come walk around and see what your child has been learning in class. During the conference we will also be having a book exchange. There will be a table with hundreds of books, so feel free to bring books from hone to exchange for a new one.
Congratulations for the following students for earning a STAR card last month: Jack Guest, Kamryn Moore, Ambree Jackson, Spencer Bowles, Johnny Davies, Avery Allred, Grace Holley, Mckayla Hall, Madison Davis, Averie Dain, Josiah Tate, Micah Anderson, Easton Pruitt, Allie Moore, Mitchell VanOrman, Cozette Lazarte, Krystal Stallings, Lali Majumdar, Kylie Thornock, Reagan White, Swazie Wilson, Lyvia Allred, Tommy Barrett, Kyson MIner, and Tyan Smith. Great job students!
It's time to sign up for the after school program, Learning Through Robotics! This is for any 4-6 grade students who may be interested. Class costs $60 and availability is limited. Classes are held on Mondays after school. For additional information you can contact our school. You can also visit the website, http://www.roboticsutah.com/about-us
Salem Elementary's Christmas Assembly is a fun tradition that is always much anticipated by all students. Students sing Christmas songs as a grade level, the fifth graders play their recorders, and sixth graders perform a little dance. Definitly a great way to show school spirit and spread some holiday cheer