Second-grade students have been studying the difference between producers and consumers in our community. Each student has been working hard to earn tiger cash in their classroom by paying attention, being kind and setting an example to others. Tiger cash could then be used to purchase items that had been "produced" by each other. This was a fun way to understand this concept in a real-life application!
Fourth grade Pioneer Day! These students spent the morning churning butter, making rope, chiseling sandstone, carding wool and so much more! These students got a real taste for what life was like in the 1800's here in Utah!
Taylor School represented itself well at Nebo School District's Keyboarding Championships! Students from 4th and 5th grades at Taylor had to qualify for the championship by having the fastest typing speed from our school. Qualifiers include:
Fourth Grade: Jesse Ramirez, Jesse Isaacson, Aubree Nordell, Emma Asay, Damian Cristabal, Levi Guadron, Coy Vincent, Bailee Young, Noah Herring and Aaron Dunn (Not pictured)
5th Grade: Dorian Dixon, Brigham Halford, Daisy Lubben, Victoria Liddle, Aaliyah Pena, Parker Cowley, Benson Atkin, Trey Sydall
Hello 3rd and 5th Grade Parents,
Due to weather, the Track and Field has been rescheduled for next week. 5th Grade will have their meet on May 3rd and 3rd grade will have their meet on May 4th. Sorry if this causes any inconvenience with schedules. I think the kids will like 70 degree weather instead of rainy 30 degree weather. I know I will.:)
Attention all Parents of Preschool Age Children: Each year, Nebo School District offers free screenings for preschool aged children who live within Title 1 school catchment areas to apply for preschool. Preschool is offered free of charge but parents are expected to volunteer in the classroom each month. The preschool age child must be 4 years old by September 1, 2017. Please call your Title 1 school to make an appointment.
Tiger Choir Members,
This is your reminder for Friday. We are performing our Fine Arts Concert with the orchestra. Please report to the choir room by 5:30pm the program starts at 6:pm. Please wear your orange tiger choir shirt. If you don't have one or cannot find it, please wear a Taylor shirt, or a shirt in gray, orange, or navy blue with dark pants or skirt. Please dress to impress.
If you are fourth grade bring your recorder, we will be doing Hot Cross Buns.
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.
Each week, the staff at Taylor will be looking for our Top Tiger who is showing how to end the year as a STRONG FINISHER! Even though it is April, there is a lot to do! We're looking for tigers who keep showing their R.O.A.R.!