Come join us in the gym or front foyer for parading costume fun! Our parade will begin at 9:15 am (ending with a special number by 4th grade) so students will need to come dressed in costumes ready to go. Costume guidelines include: no weapons or gory items, no messy face paint, and please follow dress guidelines. Hats, wigs, and colored hair will be fine for costume purposes. Students have been instructed to keep costume G-Rated. We are looking forward to a fun Halloween event.
Mrs. Rasmussen's 4th graders learned that minerals are used in many household items. As a fun example of this students made their own toothpaste.
Our fifth graders celebrated Colonial Days last week, wrapping up their unit on the colonization of America. They played games, churned butter, danced and made toys that colonial children played with.
Mrs. Olson's class has been up to some fun things over the last two weeks. Last week students participated in a S.T.E.M activity. Their task was to build the tallest tower they could using 20 sticker dots and 12 index cards. The students did a great job of persevering and doing their best, even when it got tough. Later that week the students were visited by Miss Spanish Fork and Mini Miss Spanish Fork who read them stories to build character education skills. #S.T.E.M #MapleRidgePride #Perserverance
Students in Mr. Bates’ class learning about mineral replacement fossils and making an artful masterpiece at the same time!
All invited to the #savethekids free Parent Education Night sponsored by Nebo School District on November 5, 2018, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Springville High audirorium at 1205 East 900 South in Springville, Utah.
Collin Kartchner and Dr. Katey McPherson will lead a discussion on:
- Balancing screen time and device use,
- Protecting and cultivating our children's self worth,
- Devising a sensible family use of device plan.
Fall break starts tomorrow, October 18th and continues through the 19th.
Mrs. Olsen's Kindergarten class had fun this week building 2D and 3D shapes using marshmallows and toothpicks.
5th graders at Maple Ridge finished their social studies explorer unit by researching ships and sails. Students then had the opportunity to make their own ships, that they used to compete in our Raingutter Regatta.