This year, the PTO will be doing a special teacher giving tree to give back to our wonderful teachers at this holiday season. Each teacher has made a list of things that they are in need of in the classroom. We are asking you to please donate items that they have on the list. To find out what the items are for your teacher, please contact the room mother. To find out the room mother of a particular class you can contact the school.
Congratulations to the following students for receiving star cards: Cooper Wilson, Sophia Cather, Lane Holley, Jamisen Doherty, Gideon Anderson, Wyatt White, Jordan Goheen, Gadge Norman, Nathan Swinford, Ava Thompson, Easton Sheen, Braxton Greenhalgh, Zoey Smith, Claire Peterson, Olivia Warner, Avery Labrum, Shayne Hall, Judson Guest, Jaxon Topham, Koula Hughes, Christopher Marble, Kaden Johnson, Braxton Robertson, Chase Nixon, Swazey Christensen, Cadence Grange, Kesslie Olson, Addie Hansen, Avery Miner, Mia Carlos, Grace Neves, Jake Davidson, Ella Harward, Carson Gillette, Lainey McGrath,
This past week 3rd-6th grade students and their teachers participated in the GAINS (Growing Arts in Nebo Schools) program. The District Dance Specialist, Melanie Fillmore, has been visiting with students and teachers to help integrate more movement and into their day to day learning. They also worked on ways to use creative movement in their PE portion of the school day.
Every year it is a tradition for Salem Elementary to hold a Turkey Gobbling contest. There are two categories, gobble and strut, in which students can compete. Grade level winners each took home a pumpkin pie! We definitely had a great time this year!! Also, thanks Mrs. Houghton for showing us how it is done!
This year Gobble winners were: Jacoby Hall, Owen Lazenby, Braxton, Lydia Lamb, Dom Jex, Trevor Lamb, and Cache Crouch.
The strut winners were: Jamie Nelson, McKenna Wilson, Emmet, Brinley Baum, Breah Morris, Elaina Moreno, and Trey Smith.
Hard working 5th graders at Salem Elementary were on station and ready to come to life to present their annual “Night at the Museum” for parents and the community. This culminating activity had started a month and a half earlier, as each fifth grade student chose a famous person from history and then researched so they could do a biographical account on their famous person.