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March 2019

Mr. Ben Helps 5th Graders Perfect Their Improv

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Thu, 03/28/2019 - 21:10
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“Mr. Ben” Sansom, Nebo’s Drama specialist, visited 5th grade today to help celebrate our Red Ribbon Weeks’s “My future depends on Me” day!  Students did all kinds of improv games that focused the elements a story as well as specific jobs!   It was a great day in the 5th grade! #beenheresince1866 #manytigersoneroar #redribbonweek #mrben #taylortraditions

Red Ribbon Week!

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Sun, 03/24/2019 - 19:06
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Hello Taylor Families:

In connection with our College Month, we will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week March 25-29.

 The theme is: Taylor Tigers Team Up Against Drugs. 

 We have a dress up days for theweek.  They are:

Monday: This team is Red-y for their future.  Wear red day

Tuesday:  Training for our Future: Wear workout/exercise clothes

Wednesday:  We are teaming up against drugs!  Team jersey day

Thursday:  My future depends on Me.  Dress up or your future career

Friday:  We represent Team Taylor!  Wear Tiger Pride gear/colors  

We hope everyone has a great time this week celebratingfuture goals and a safe and drug free life!

 

Mrs. Burningham

School Counselor

Gene Research Scientist, Jason Bryan, Visits 5th Grade

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Wed, 03/20/2019 - 15:10
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Mr. Jason Bryan, from Sorenson Genomics, visited Taylor's 5th grade classes as they study heredity and genetics.  Mr. Bryan, who also has a 5th grader at Taylor,  works specifically with human DNA inherited from parents.  He explained to the classes his educational pathway in his science career which started right in an elementary classroom.  He graduated from UVU and is now a research scientist.

In the biotechnology field, students can earn a college degree, use problem solving skills, math, computers, and a lot of curiosity. Many scientists in his field use their gene knowledge in forensics, disease/disorder testing and family trees.    This was a very informative presentation to help introduce the posibilities in the field of genetics!  

Taylor 4th Graders are Stormwater Experts!

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Wed, 03/20/2019 - 13:39
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Taylor Elementary's fourth-grade classes were recently visited by the Utah County Stormwater Coalition. Students were educated by Ms. Jenny Devlin on the importance of stormwater and how not to pollute it. Students were also taught the steps of the water cycle and how it impacts each other's daily lives. Fourth-grade student, Thatcher Sumens, says, "It is important not to litter or put paint and garbage in the gutters because we need to use the water that goes in there." This is always a great time of year for students to be visited by the Utah County Stormwater Coalition!

Dr. Seuss Day Fun!

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Mon, 03/18/2019 - 10:08
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‘Dr. Seuss Day’ fun!!! Students ate green eggs and ham, performed reader’s theaters, colored Cat in the Hats, and even got to listen to Mr. Sumens read “Oh the Places You’ll Go”! #taylormeansfamily #beenheresince1866#manytigersoneroar #readacrossamerica

Mrs. Young Awarded Secretary of the Year!

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Mon, 03/18/2019 - 10:05
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Congratulations to Taylor school’s favorite tiger, Mrs. Young! Mrs. Young was awarded Nebo’s ‘Secretary of the Year’ tonight at board meeting. Gloria has been a part of Taylor Elementary for 33 years, is a mother to all, is the heart and soul of our school and is incredibly deserving of this honor! #beenheresince1866 #manytigersoneroar #secretaryoftheyear#taylormeansfamily

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