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October 2017

Steve James visits Maple Ridge

Submitted by monica.bair on Tue, 10/31/2017 - 09:10

Steve James performed for Maple Ridge Students as part of the kickoff to Red Ribbon Week.  Steve James has been positively affecting the lives of children and families through his effective and entertaining school assembly programs for many years. Steve’s original music and interactive elementary school assemblies help build character, instill self-esteem, encourage good citizenship and service to the community, promote tolerance and understanding, and a whole lot more.

Art Integration at Maple Ridge

Submitted by monica.bair on Fri, 10/27/2017 - 15:33

Teachers throughout Nebo School District learn how to integrate the arts through training.  Mr. Bates' Class got to experience and entertain the art specialist from Nebo School District and reinforce their knowledge about fossils. It was educational and extremely  engaging all wrapped-up into one lesson. Which fossil do you think looks the scariest?

Christa McAuliffe Space Education Center

Submitted by monica.bair on Fri, 10/27/2017 - 12:07

Recently, sixth grade students from Maple Ridge attended the Christa McAuliffe Space Education Center in Pleasant Grove where they learned about core curriculum concepts related to space.  They also participated in a flight simulation where they had to work together to achieve a goal.

Red Ribbon Week 10/30- 11/3

Submitted by monica.bair on Thu, 10/26/2017 - 14:31

Maple Ridge will honor Red Ribbon Week next week, October 30th through November 3rd.  Each day will be centered around a theme to help students remember to stay drug free.

Personification with Pumpkins

Submitted by monica.bair on Thu, 10/26/2017 - 08:47

Mr. Bates Fourth Grade class displayed their creativity by personifying their pumpkins and listening to Halloween music last Tuesday, all thanks to Harward Farms donating a pumpkin to each Maple Ridge student!

Kindness Month at Maple Ridge

Submitted by monica.bair on Fri, 10/06/2017 - 07:42

Starting at the beginning of October, and extending through the entire month of October, Maple Ridge Students will be looking for opportunities to show kindness.  Kindness Month began with student council members visiting the classrooms to introduce the theme, and talk about how to show random acts of kindness.  Each classroom decorated a poster, and students signed a petition to show kindness to others.  Mrs. Jenkins' sixth grade class showed kindness by going to the other sixth grade classrooms and cleaning off their desks!


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