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Students in Mrs. Patten's art students have been developing a lot of artistic talents this year. Another talent she is helping her students develop is compassion for others. Our Taylor tigers have been helping to "Spread Love" by designing and creating special Valentine cards for our veterans around the state of Utah. Fifth-grade student, Katie Nelson said, "I liked this art activity because it made us realize that some veterans may not have anyone to give them a card on Valentine's Day. It made me feel good knowing they would get one from me."
Thank you Mrs. Patten for helping our students "Reach for the Potential", "Accept Everyone" and "Remember Who You Represent". Way to go Tigers!
January's 'Students of the Month' were announced Friday in a School wide assembly. These students are chosen by their teachers because they go above and beyond classroom expectations. Students who are chosen have good attendance, follow the school rules, and follow the school R.O.A.R. motto! Way to go Golden Tigers!
(For a list of names, see picture 2)
Three of our Taylor student's PTA Reflections entries advanced and placed at the council level. Bridger Marsh, Porter Carter and Chloe Carson all competed against multiple entries in their respective category. Bridger composed his own piano piece and Bridger and Chloe Carson placed in the photography division. This is a great accomplishment for these students worth celebrating! Congratulations to these three for representing themselves, their families and their school! Way to 'Reach for Your Potential'.
Our school is looking so clean and orderly! We've captured quite of few tigers picking up trash! As part of our 6th grade student counil challenge, students are asked to keep our grounds, both inside and out, looking great! We have two new "Top Tigers" who have been found picking up litter.
Winners are Ruby Lindstrom in 2nd grade (last week's winner) and Jacob Isaacson in 3rd Grade! Way to keep our school looking great!
Taylor School is known for producing a great legacy. Taylor's most recent contribution was created by student author, Brayan Acuna, and legendary school crossing guard, George Brinkerhoff. Together, they wrote the book "Nayarb, A Verry Strange Polar Bear". This book captures the idea that 'every day is beautiful, and you can never have too many friends'. George has co-authored many books with Taylor students to be donated to the school's library.
Thank you Brayan and Mr. George for helping our students 'Reach for their Potential'! What a beautiful contribution for sudents to enjoy for years to come!
Taylor students earned a BINGO!! Students can earn a Tiger Pride for demonstrating PAWSitive behavior at Taylor! Once they've earned a tiger pride, their name is randomly written on the school's bingo board. When an entire row is filled, those students earn a special prize from Mrs. Robbins! These winners got a camouflage notebook and a Taylor Tiger lanyard!!!
Congratulations to our Bingo Board Winners!
These students know how to....
R: Reach for your potential
O: Own up
A: Accept everyone
R: Remember who you represent.