Taylor’s kindergarten students were excited to come to school because February 10th marked the 100th day of kindergarten! Students in Mrs. Treana Kober and Mrs. Courtney Mayhew’s classes spent time in the gym doing ten repetitions of ten events totaling 100 activities! Students also created posters to hang in the hallway showing 100 things of their choice! What a great day to celebrate such a great milestone in kindergarten!
Fourth grade at Taylor Elementary is one of the greatest grades because all social studies and science topics are based around the state of Utah. Students in Mrs. Courtney Corbin and Miss Brittany Wayman's classes leaned about famous trappers and explorers in Utah's history. Fifth-grade teacher, Ien Richins, brought trapping to life when he visited the fourth-grade to share some of his experiences as a modern day trapper. Students were amazed to see how the trap works and loved to see some of the pelts Mr.
Fourth graders at Taylor Elementary spend a lot of time increasing their math skills. One of the essential skills a fourth-grader must have is memorized times table facts. Students in Mrs. Courtney Corbin and Miss Brittany Wayman's classes have worked since the first of the year to ensure they're experts at multiplying numbers quickly. In celebration, the two classes were rewarded with ice cream and a variety of toppings to make the deal extra sweet! Way to go fourth-grade for working so hard in math each day!
Taylor Elementary is known for dedicated readers and the fifth grade is no exception. In honor of the Superbowl, as well as dedicated football fan and avid reader, Principal Daybell, the students in Mrs. Marlayne Harward, Mrs. Robin Provstgaard and Mr.
Teachers and students work hard each day to make Taylor Elementary a caring environment full of lifelong learners. The Kindergarten teachers are no exception. In Mrs. Treana Kober and Mrs. Mayhew's kindergarten rooms, they ensure that Taylor students are rising above the rest.
Taylor's lower grades recently celebrated '100's Day" This is an exciting time of year for all students because it marks the one hundredth day of school in the school year! Many exciting activities were being held in the clasrooms around the school to celebrate this including wearing "100's crowns", bringing 100 items, "100's" posters, writing 100 words, using 100 stickers, finding 100 friends and drawing what they'll look like at 100 years old! We can't wait until next year's "100's Day Celebration"! What a fun day at Taylor Elementary!
Taylor Elementary is full of fantastic spellers! Recently, the annual third-grade spelling bee was held in the gym of Taylor Elementary. This year's competition was tough because the students in Mrs. Whitney Buys and Mrs. Melanie Ellsworth's classes have been practicing for quite some time memorizing words in order to become the new spelling bee champion! Parents along with the second and third-grade classes were invited to come watch the top spellers from each class participate. It was an extremely fun day for all participants.
Taylor Elementary's students focus on reading each day. Fifth-grade students in Mrs. Robin Provstgaard's class love to make reading come alive in their classroom. Their class recently read a story entitled, La Bamba, by Gary Soto where the character participates in a lip-sync. Taylor's fifth-graders used the experiences of the character in the story and created their own lip-sync performances using their favorite songs. The perfomances were entertaining and the students enjoyed cheering each other on! Way to go fifth-grade for sharing your love of reading!
Taylor Elementary's January 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 January are.....
Kindergarten: Amanda Flinders, Alexia Liston, Kaiden Vaughn
First Grade: Anna Bronson, Sahaja Rutlidge, Lillian Thurgood, Clint Veach