October 2016

A Visit to the State Capitol

100 years ago, in October of 1916, Utah's State Capitol was dedicated.  Students from across the state were invited to tour the Capitol to take part in the Centennial Celebration.  Salem Elementary fourth and fifth-graders accepted the invitation and made their way to Salt Lake City.  

As arriving in Salt Lake City, the bus turned the corner to approach the building. Students were in awe with the magnificent view before them, the State Capitol.  Excitement then filled the bus and students were anxious to begin their tour.

Farm Field Days

Attributions: 
Alyse James

Second grade had a great time on their field trip to Farm Field Days!  They enjoyed learning about the ways farms help us, and things they do on farms!

Fourth Grade Attends the Symphony

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Fourth graders showed up to school last Friday in their best dress anticipating the opportunity to attend a concert by the Utah Symphony Orhestra at Maple Mountain High School.  As students walked into the auditorium they were excited to see all the instruments and hear the musicians warming up.  During the concert students enjoyed familiar tunes, such as that from Sleeping Beauty, and participated in learning and clapping different beats per measure.  Salem Elementary students were some of the most well behaved students during the concert, not to mention the best looking.  

Star Cards: August and September

Congratulations to the following students for receiving Star Cards: Gavin Stewart, Mia Carlos, Thatcher Casperson, Jacobn Fredli, Caleb Isom, Kenya Campbell, Hannah Harding, Ryan Rhodes, Noah Harding, Makaydee Lyman, Harper Sumner, Chase Nixon, Avarie Dain, Maddox Peterson, Zac Brinkerhoff, Trey Smith, Kesslie Olsen, Addaline Hansen, Jadalin Johnson, Maya Ware, Maylee Cushing, Valeria Gonzalez, Kenny Golding, Samantha Burk, Wyartt White, and Denver Spanheimer.

Library Time!

Attributions: 
Mrs. Bangerter

Salem Elementary's kindergarteners took a walking field trip to the Salem Public Library! They enjoyed hearing stories like "Bats at the Library" and "Frank was a Monster who wanted to Dance."

Family Fun Night/Auction

Attributions: 
PTO

A huge THANK YOU goes out to all who helped with the Family Fun Night/Auction!  We would especially like to thank Esplin Eye Center for their generous donation of the bounce house.  All of your wonderful donations will be used to put together Emergency Kits for our classrooms.  Thank you parents for the donatons!  If you would like to donate anything additional to the kits, you can contact Monica Lamb at monicasfamily@gmail.com.

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