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Principal's April Newsletter

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Mon, 04/10/2017 - 11:47

Hello Taylor Tigers,

I hope everyone had a wonderful Spring Break!  I hope it was one filled with lots of fun memories with your family and friends.  I enjoyed a couple of days watching some baseball and a little R&R.  Now that we are back in the swing of things and we are on the homestretch, I wanted to send out a few reminders.

~DRESS CODE:  Don't forget the dress code when buying summer attire.  Remember that the shoulder must be COMPLETELY covered.  We also need shirts to cover the back and midriff. 

~Flip Flops:  I LOVE to wear flip flops.  However, flip flops are not always kid friendly on the playground.  It is very frustrating to our students when their flip flops break as they are out running and playing.  This could actually case a kid to get hurt.  If your child wears flip flops to school, would you please send another pair of shoes with them in case this happens.  We have become pretty good shoe repairmen but with flip flop repairs don't last long!

~LOST AND FOUND:  We have so many items in lost and found and we keep adding to them daily.  PLEASE come by and check out the tables by the lunchroom to see if your child's coats are there.  There are some really nice things in lost and found and I really want them to find their right owner!  Also if you child wears a jacket to school, make sure they bring it home each day.  The weather is really crazy right now and kids are wearing the jackets to school and getting hot during recess and leaving them outside. 

~Assessment:  End of year assessment is upon us.  Please check with individual teachers to see what days they will be giving their assessments to ensure your student is present on those days.  It is also been proven that if a child has a good nights rest the night before as well as a good breakfast, they are able to focus better on the assessments. Thank you for your support!

~There are MANY important activities that are coming up.  I hope you are following us on Facebook and Instagram so you can see all the fun photos that will be posted.  Please continue to look at our school calendar on our website for updates as well as Teacher Newsletters.   Please feel free to call the school if you have any questions.Thanks,

Mrs. Robbins

Upcoming Events:

4/112nd Grade Field Trip

4/11 PTA Meeting 1:00

4/11 SCC Meeting 2:00

4/12 Jump Team Assembly 10:30

4/18 6th Grade Track and Field

4/18 PTA Dessert Bar

4/20 4th Grade Track and Field

4/21 4th, 5th, 6th Grade Fine Arts Concert

4/25 5th Grade Track and Field

4/25 4th Grade Pioneer Day

4/27 3rd Grade Track and Field

4/27 2nd Grade Program 2:30

4/28 Tiger Pride Ceremony

5/5 5th Grade Spelling Bee

5/9 5th Grade Field Trip

5/9 Vocal Dimension Assembly

5/10 Kindergarten Field Trip

5/11 3rd Grade Field Trip

5/17 2nd Grade Field Trip

5/17 6th Grade Graduation

5/19 Kindergarten Graduation

5/23 5th Grade Program

5/24 1 and 2nd Grade Field Trip

5/24 3rd - 6th Grade Pool Day 11:30

5/25 Taylor Olympic Day


Taylor Teachers Would Like to Thank YOU!

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Thu, 03/30/2017 - 12:56

Thank you parents of Taylor for the wonderful lunches and gifts this week. It is so wonderful to work with your children in music and choir.  Lorrie Chesnut Music Technician

A big thanks to our PTA and all our parents!! The kind words, acts, and gifts have me feeling very appreciated this week. Thank you for all you do to support the staff here at Taylor.  Cammie Charles

A million thanks to all the parents and students for showing appreciation this week to our amazing teachers here at Taylor.   Thank you for the yummy food and fun treats each day. A huge shout out to our PTA for their time and effort. It is greatly appreciated!  Billi Robbins

My parents are amazing!  They are very supportive and responsive. I am so appreciative of all the notes and goodies I am constantly receiving.  Thank you for your words of encouragement. You rock!!! Robin Provstgaard

A huge thank you for the wonderful lunches this week.  It's been better than going out to lunch everyday!!! Cindy Sumsion\

I always feel like a rock star during teacher appreciation week because of my students!! There's nothing better than getting a wonderful card from a student  to remind me yet again how much I love my job. Thanks for being amazing and for raising amazing kids!!  Lyndsey Whicker

This week is always the best week of the entire school year!  I can't believe how many hours the PTA has been at the school this week making sure we feel spoiled. Thank you to all the parents who sent in treats and food for us to enjoy this week during lunch!   Thank you for supporting us and making us feel special!!! Courtney Corbin

Thank you PTA for all of the nice things you have done for us this week. The meals were wonderful and I appreciated the fun gifts.  We love working with your children.  Teresa Wilson

Thank you for all the food, treats, and surprises.   I really appreciate all you PTA ladies do for all of us. Michelle Hulet

Parents of Mrs. Beck's Class,  I just want to "Thank You" for sharing your kiddos with me the past couple of months. I appreciate all the sweet gestures that have been shared with me. (So many of you have done double duty.)  I have fallen in love with this little spunky group of 4th graders.  I will miss them a lot. You have great kids.  Thank you, Mrs. Haskell

I am so impressed with the parent support  at Taylor Elementary.  We have enjoyed such delightful lunches that have been provided for us.  I personally have been given sweet gifts from Hi-chews, (my favorite candy) to many liters of Dt. Pepsi to support my addiction.  Haha.  Thank you Parents and Students for all you do to make coming to work such a pleasant place to be. Doni Bufton

Gene Research Scientist, Mr. Bryan, Visits 5th Graders

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Tue, 03/28/2017 - 11:28

Mr. 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!  

Shadow Mountain Orientation

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Tue, 03/28/2017 - 10:34

Today was 5th grade Shadow Mountain Orientation!  Watch for the yellow and white notes to come home for more information!  Registration is on April 26th 6-8 pm (arrive early!) #beenheresince1866 #manytigersoneroar #taylormeansfamily #shadowmountain

Keep Those Box Tops Coming!

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Tue, 03/28/2017 - 08:48

We're officially into 4th term which means our Box Tops Contest is nearing the end!  Each of the classes continue to win the gold, silver or bronze medals each month, however we still need your help!  Send in box tops for a chance to have your child's class take the gold!!!!

Principal's Newsletter

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Mon, 03/27/2017 - 12:50

Hello Parents,

Can you believe Spring Break is just around the corner?  No school all next week.  Enjoy your time together as a family and hopefully you will see some sunshine.  

KINDERGARTEN PARENTS, Kindergarten field trip tomorrow to Thanksgiving Point Farm!  Notes came home today reminding you if your child is signed up for a home or school lunch.  ALL STUDENTS morning and afternoon need to arrive at 9:00 and will stay until the end of the day.  Please do not send backpacks!  Please dress you child for the weather it looks like it will be chilly and possibly windy or rainy.  We will be outside.

This week is Teacher Appreciation Week!  I encourage your students to say a kind word or write a kind note to their teachers as a way to show their appreciation for all the work our teachers do. The PTO has some yummy lunches planned this week and we appreciate all the work that has been put into that!

End of year assessments are fast approaching and I encourage each of you to check with individual teachers on when those assessments will be given, so as to make sure your child is present on those dates. These assessments take a good amount of time each day, over a several day period. We encourage you to have your children here for their assessment dates so we do not have many make-up sessions to complete.

PTA Meeting will be here in our faculty room on April 11 at 1:00.  Everyone is invited to come!

Thank you so much for all your time and support you give to ensure the success of your students.


Mrs. Robbins

Upcoming Events:  

3/28 Kindergarten Field Trip   DRESS WARM!

3/31 Medal Ceremony

4/3 -4/7 Spring Break

4/11 2nd Grade Field Trip

4/11 PTA Meeting at 1:00

4/11 School Community Council at 2:00

4/12 Jump Team Assembly


Bingo Board Winners!

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Fri, 03/24/2017 - 13:12

We have a BINGO!   Students who receive a "Tiger Pride" have their name written on our school's giant BINGO board.  Winners from this round are:

Shirley Lubben, Kenzie Green, Autumn Ballard, Brinlin Sydall, Alina Cruz, Rylee Chlarson, Jaden T. Wylee Renzello, Gael Perez, McKinley Wyman, Brooklyn Atwater, Addison Bunting, Quinn Cannon, Jaymon Finau, Trent Tracy, Mylee Tanner! 

Congratulations to our winners! 

The Prince and the Pauper, a Success!

Submitted by courtney.corbin on Thu, 03/23/2017 - 11:02

6th grade students have been working hard for months after school learning lines, painting sets and designing costumes all in preparation for their performance of "The Prince and the Pauper".  Under the direction of student director, Hadley Charles, students from all three classes performed for the student body with perfection!  The parent performance is scheduled for Friday, March 24th at 6 pm.  You won't want to miss this comedic performance by these talented young actors! 


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