School News

Sixth-Grade Science Fair

Attributions: 
Maureen Bushman

On Thursday, November 8th, 2012 Sixth-grade students at Foothills Elementary gathered in the auditorium for the annual Science Fair.  It was a very successful event with all students displaying a project and explaining their experimentation and results to parents and other classes at Foothills.  High School students from Salem Hills were invited to judge the Science Fair and choose participants for the District Science Fair. It was a very informative and fun event.

We Love Our Veterans !

Faculty and students at Foothills Elementary enjoyed a visit from local veterans.  Several veterans from Payson, Salem, and Spanish Fork presented a program by showing a patriotic film and sharing their stories of service and love for The United States of America.

"The Magic of a Moment"

We would like to thank all those who participated in this years Reflections Contest and congratulate them on a job well done!  We would also like to thank the PTA for all their time and effort in making it a success.  Congratulations to the winners and good luck at council. Go Falcons!.

First-Grade Apple Day

Attributions: 
Robin Burnah

The First-grade students at Foothills loved learning about apples on Apple Day. We did apple math, read about apples, wrote apple stories and best of all ate apples.

Halloween

Attributions: 
Robin Burnah

With a mix of princesses, fairies and scary creatures the First-grade classes celebrated Halloween. We want to thank all of the parents that came and helped.

Halloween Readers' Theater

Attributions: 
Joan Lunceford

The students in Mrs. Lunceford's class sure enjoyed performing their Halloween Readers' Theater for their parents. Many laughs and giggles could be heard from the parents as the children use expression and lots of personality to portray their character.

 

"Mr. T's" Class

Attributions: 
Mr. Thurgood

Mr. Thurgood's Class all dressed up for Halloween. We enjoyed the party and goodies put on by the mothers who volunteered. Thanks for all the fun.

Cuneiform Writing

Attributions: 
Maureen Bushman

Just like the ancient Sumerians, sixth grade students in Mrs. Bushman's class learned to write on clay tablets using ancient symbols for words called cuneiform.  Using clay and cuneiform letters to write messages was fun, but the students are very glad they don't have to do this every day! 

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