Taylor Elementary Tigers are always working hard in school, being good friends and being respectful. The following students were chosen by their teacher to represent their class as student of the month. Congratulations in this great honor. September students of the month are; Matalyn Kalmar, Quin Buys, Daphne Bryan, Alexia Liston, Joshua Stevens, McKenna West, Levi Lyman, Jesus Albor, Jaemon Chisholm, Whitney Simmons, Abbie Jacklin, Ivy Bronson, Megan Liddle, Clover Carter, Andrea Soto, Michael Sandage and Blayne Campbell.
Five students from Taylor Elementary won the Fire Prevention Week coloring contest sponsored by Payson City Fire Department. Miguel Briceno, Daniel Southwick, Wyatt Hickman, Brayden Thurgood and Samuel Devenport were taken to lunch in the Payson City Ambulance. After enjoying a lunch with local firefighters and EMT’s they will return to school in a fire truck. Thank you to Payson City Fire for sponsoring and encouraging fire prevention in our area.
Students at Taylor Elementary will have the pleasure of learning from author Gary Hogg on October 1. Mr. Hogg will share stories in a school wide assembly, and then work with individual grade levels on writing skills. Be sure and ask your child about the great experience they had. Read below to learn more about Gary Hogg.
School pictures will take place on September 27, 2012. Check your child’s backpack for flyers with pricing information and credit card payment options.
Dear Taylor Elementary:
The Utah County Health Department will be holding a flu clinic at Taylor Elementary. This will be held on Friday September 28th from 3:30-5:30. The following immunizations will be available at the clinic:
Flu Hepatitis A&B Tdap Varicella HPV Pneumococcal
Polio Meningococcal MMR Dtap
We will be accepting the following insurances:
Medicaid/Medicare PEHP Blue Cross Blue Shield Educators Mutual
Mrs. Burningham, Taylor's Elementary's amazing counselor, has been visiting each of the classes around the school. Mrs. Burningham read the story, 'The Crayon Box Talked' by Shane DeRolf, to the students and discussed how each color in the crayon box is just as important as the others. She encouraged students to involve one another in class, during lunch and on the playground as often as they can to make each Taylor Tiger "Be Part of the Puzzle". Students were able to draw on a puzzle piece showing their interests and talents for Mrs.