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Nebo School District Summer Art Studio

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photo courtesy of www.conncoll.edu

Does your child enjoy art and want to learn more? Join Nebo School District in their Summer Art Studio! Classes fill up quickly, so be sure to sign up as soon as you can! Follow the link for more information about dates, times, and fees. 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WnpXpbC4-Uro8wk4MLyhpqdl27HNrnj_2rdT...

Reading Round-Up a Success!

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We would like to give a big Lion thank you to all those who came to our Reading Round-Up parent night last week! It was a blast seeing all of you with your families to celebrate reading. Also, a huge thank you to everyone who helped put it all together. It was incredible! Go lions!

Reading Round-Up Tomorrow!

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picture courtesy of www.holdregedusters.org

Our Reading Round-Up is tomorrow, Thursday April 14th, from 5:00-7:00pm, and we couldn't be more excited! There will be make-and-take activities to help your child improve their reading, and the book fair will be open (it's buy one get one free!). Each child who comes to the Reading Round-Up will get to enter a drawing for their class for a gift basket (parents must accompany their students at this event), and parents will get tickets as they do activities to enter a drawing for family gift baskets (9) each worth $100!

African Drum Ensemble

On Monday, students from Rees Elementary in Spanish Fork started our first day back from Spring Break with a fun performance! A group of 4th, 5th, and 6th graders at Rees have come together to form RAD (Rees African Dummers), where they practice and perform traditional African and Carribean music using drums, steel drums, and other traditional instruments. With their upbeat music, smiles, dancing, and interesting rhythms, it was a great experience to watch and hear them and to see the fun they had while doing it. Thank you, RAD, for coming to perform for us!

St. Patrick's Day

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by McKenzie VanDam, 6th grade

Saint Patrick's Day

The day of the Festival of Patrick is a cultural and religious celebration held on March 17, the tradtional death date of St. Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland.

St. Patrick's Day was made an official Christian feast day in the 17th century. The celebrations generally involved public parades and festivals and the wearing of green attire or shamrocks.

Ballet West Visits Wilson

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Recently a professional ballet company called Ballet West visited Wilson Elementary to teach and perform for our students. They taught us different ballet terms, positions, dances, and other information about the world of dance and ballet. They performed sections of the Nutcracker ballet, and they wore elaborate costumes to enhance their performance. Thank you, Ballet West, for providing us with such a rich experience!

Parent Teacher Conferences Are Here Again!

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It's almost time for our last Parent Teacher Conference night of the school year! Please make some time to come to the school to visit with your child's teacher about how things in the classroom are going. The night will be Thursday, March 17th (St. Patrick's Day) from 3:00-9:00pm. Below is a link to a Google Doc sign-up page. Please choose an open time to meet with your child's teacher. We would love to see you!

Basketball Fun Shot Winners

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This week some of Wilson's 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students participated in a "fun shot" basketball competition to see how many shots they could make in 1 minute from 5 different spots on the basketball court. The top 3 boys and girls from each grade got to go the Payson area competition the next night, where Kamika Wesley won 3rd place for the 4th grade boys and Emersea Beddoes won 2nd place for the 5th-6th grade girls! Here are our school winners who moved onto the Payson area. Great job to everyone!

4th grade boys:

Kamika Wesley

Hunter Gurr

Kanyon Ford

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