Taylor Elementary is known for being involved in helping others in need, specifically with the Make-a-Wish program. Janna Manookin has a special drive to raise awareness in the school about the benefits of this special cause. One of the many ways Taylor does this is by participating in Macy's department store's 'Believe' program during Christmas time. Taylor Elementary partnered with Payson High School's Latinos in Action group and wrote over 3,000 letters to Santa as well as telling why it is important to believe in the season. The letters were turned in to Macy's store manager on "dou
Taylor's students were recently delighted with a visit from Clark Planetarium. Students were excited to watch experiments involving magnetism, electricity, air pressure, and atoms. The planetarium challenged students minds and made them rely on the scientific process to predict what was going to happen next. Students were invited to participate in these science activities and were amazed at the final experiment which involved a large fire explosion from a balloon. A favorite was being able to hold an actual meteorite! Thank you Clark Planetarium for brining your science world to Taylor
Fourth-grade students at Taylor Elementary in Mrs. Courtney Corbin and Ms.
Taylor Elementary's November students of the month get to enjoy a fancy lunch of pizza and soda with Mr. Daybell. These students were chosen by their teachers because they make great efforts in academics and behavior choices each day in their classrooms. These students have set a high standard at Taylor School for others to admire! Way to go Taylor Tigers for setting the bar high!
Students of the month for November are.....
Kindergarten: Jaynie Davis, Chelsie Isaac, Victoria Liddle
First Grade: Isabell Adams, Jack Hardy, Luke Lyman, Julia Trent