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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

Taylor Scores BIG in Payson City's FUN SHOT!

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Thu, 02/28/2019 - 10:36

3rd  GradeAddison Bunting 3rd placeElle loveless 2nd placeEaston Dehart 3rd placeWalt Jones 2nd place  4th GradeMiah Martin 2ndBraxdon Ash 3rd 5th Grade Danika Koyle 2ndJaylee Falkner 2ndSteven Taylor 3rdHank Jones 2nd  6th GradeJacee Mccloud 3rd 

February 27th Principal Newsletter

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Wed, 02/27/2019 - 11:07
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Just another reminder that we will have MINIMAL day on THIS MONDAY!!!  All students will get out at 12:00 pm.

PRESCHOOL INFORMATION:  No preschool classes on March 14-Parent teacher conferences.       Bettys classes will be assigned a time       Ronette's classes are by invitation only No preschool-March 15  PC comp dayNo preschool classes will be held on April 12- preschool screenings will be held at Taylor for next year.Last day of preschool May 15 for Wed/Fri AM classLast day of preschool May 16 for Tues/Thurs AM class & PM class.

REPEAT about KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION:This message is for parents who have children entering kindergarten this fall. Please forward this to anyone who needs this information but may not receive this email. Kindergarten registration, traditionally held in March, will be moved to the summer and combined with grades 1-12. More detailed information regarding summer K-6 registration will be sent out to you before the end of the school year.Parents can prepare now for registering their kindergarten children by making sure they have a birth certificate and that their child is current on the following immunizations: DTap, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Polio, Varicella and MMR by the end of July.  We appreciate your help getting the word out. Please contact the office if you have any questions. 

Upcoming SEPs:  We will be doing INVITE SEPs this year as we did last year for this last SEP.   Your student's teacher will be contacting you soon to schedule this appointment.  We will be scheduling 20 minute sessions.  Due to the topics that need to be discussed we ask that students NOT come to this  IEP.  After we fill all the slots we need to fill with the invites, we will send out an invite for any parents that would like to attend this IEP even though they did not get an invite.   MORE INFORMATION WILL COME OUT SOON.  

Payson Park and Rec Track Days this year:  6th grade 4/23 ; 5th Grade 4/25; 4th 4/30; 3rd 5/2

PTA Donation Fundraiser is COMING:  This will be just like last year.  We will be sending home an envelope with each student.  You are welcome to put any amount of a donation in this envelope that you would like to include.  However this is completely voluntary.  But we are asking that each student bring back their envelope, with money in it or not.  The PTA will be rewarding the class that has the most envelopes returned.  This donation will be completely 

Upcoming Events: 

March 5 Kindergarten Field Trip

March 7 School Community Council at 8:00

March 8 5th and 6th grade Maturation 5th is at 2pm 6th is at 1pm. Please return persmission forms. 

March 8 3rd Grade Tiger Buck Store

March 11 - 14th.  BOOK FAIR

March 14th SEPs

March 15 NO SCHOOL

EARLY DISMISSAL!!!!!!

Submitted by billi.robbins on Tue, 02/26/2019 - 10:55
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Monday, March 4th will be a district minimal day. All students will be dismissed at 12:00pm. Our lunch hour will run approximately 1 hour early (10:40-11:40am) and as always, school lunch will be available during this time. If you do not want your child to eat school lunch because of afternoon plans we would encourage you to send them with a snack and ask them not to select to eat. This will allow our lunch department to plan enough but not too much food for those students who want to eat.

 

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