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April 2014

End of Year News

Submitted by frank.daybell on Wed, 04/23/2014 - 12:06


I can’t believe we are down to a month of school!  Here is a list of movement that has been made for next year.

Ms. Kristen Williams will be replacing Ms. Longhurst in 2nd grade.

Ms. Kaylee Pehrson will be replacing Ms. Makin in 2nd grade.

Ms. Sydney Tracy will be replacing Ms. Orme in 4th grade.

Mr. Wilson is moving from 6th grade to 5th grade.

As a reminder, Taylor School does not take teacher requests.  If you have a special concern about your student, please email me at or call me at 801-465-6050.

 Here is a list of activities that are planned for the remainder of the year.  I will also send a Parent link message before each event. 



Mr. Daybell

April 24      4-H Parent Showcase 6:00pm

April 24     4th Grade Hershey Track Meet

April 25     Preschool Screenings 8:00amam-3:00pm

April 29     6th Grade Hershey Track Meet

April 30     5th Grade Shadow Mountain Registration 8:00am-10:00am

May 1        3rd Grade Hershey Tack Meet

May 2        5th Grade Talent Show 1:00pm-2:00pm

May 2        PTA Fun Friday 3:15pm-3:30pm

May 6        PTA Meeting 2:00pm 4-H Room

May 14      6th Grade Orchestra Concert 9:15am-9:45am (School and Parents Welcome)

May 14      Board Meeting (Taylor 6th Grade Orchestra Performs at 6:00pm at District Office)

May 16      Kindergarten Field Trip to Mona Farms 9:00am-11:30 (Both am and pm students)

May 20      2nd Grade Field Trip to Living Planet Aquarium 9:00am-2:00pm

May 20th    5th and 6th Grade Field Trip to Spring Mobile Ball Park 9:00am-3:00pm

May 23      Kindergarten Graduation for am and pm students at 10:45am

May 26     No School

May 27     6th Grade Graduation 2:00pm

May 28     5th Grade Honor Roll Program 1:00-2:30

May 29     Field Day (1st / 2nd Grades Movie at Spanish Fork)(3rd-6th Grades Swimming )11:00am-2:00pm

May 30     Last Day of School (Out at 12:00pm)


Taylor's March Students of the Month

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Thu, 04/17/2014 - 14:55

Taylor Elementary's March students of the month got to enjoy a fancy lunch of pizza and soda with Mr. Daybell.  These students were chosen by their teachers because they make great efforts in academics and behavior choices each day in their classrooms.  These students have set a high standard for the rest of the school to follow!  Way to go Taylor Tigers!  

Kindergarten: Alejandra Venegas Morales, Kanika Koyle, Landon Jensen

First Grade: Gabriel Barrowman, Corbin Willes, Caleb Bronson

Second Grade: Shelby Duchek, Trey Syddall, Taylor Sowers

Thrid Grade: Kaitlyn Isaacson, Jose Nava, Jack Hardy

Fourth Grade: Preston Olsen, Xander Moon, Hayden Conrad

Fifth Grade: Jacob Brown, Marcos Godinez

Sixth Grade: Danika Long, Samuel Devenport, Lily Belk

Taylor's 4th Grade Pioneer Day

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Thu, 04/17/2014 - 10:32

Students in Mrs. Corbin, Mrs. Grill and Ms. Orme's classes all came to school dressed right out of the history books! As part of fourth-grade core, students spend a lot of the year learning about the history of the state of Utah.  In celebration of this, students participated in a "Pioneer Day" experiencing a small taste of how life was in Utah during the mid 1800's.  Students dipped candles, sorted wool, made toys, chiseled stone, made toys, shaved wood, and tied rope just to name a few!   Fourth-grade student said, "My favorite part of the day was dipping the candles because they were really big when we were finished!  My least favorite part was churning butter. It was really hard and made my arms tired."    

Many thanks to the parent volunteers that made this day possible for our students!   This is always a fun time for students to get a small taste of Utah's history!  


Taylor Celebrates 100% Attendance with Sub Zero Ice Cream

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Fri, 04/04/2014 - 12:03

Perfect attendance for Term 3 at Taylor Elementary was something to celebrate! With the help of "Sub Zero Ice Cream", students that had 100% attendance for the previous term were invited to a special assembly where the process of making ice cream was explained.  Fourth-grade student Jaemon Chisholm says, " They used different gasses to move a bottle across the room.  One time, a water bottle exploded and water went everywhere!  They also talked about Nitrogen and how they put it in their ice cream.  Then we got to eat the ice cream that they made!  I hope we get to do this assembly again!"  

Congratulations to students who achieved 100% attendance for Term 3!   


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