Recently, kindergarten students in Mrs. Cheever's class worked on positional words. They participated in an obstacle course going: under, over, above, below, around, in, out, and through obstacles. They then created a small obstacle course for a toy to practice the words. They could've worked on this all day!
Today some of the Maple Mountain High School football players came to Maple Ridge to visit with students and help out. Here are a few pictures of some of them helping the second grade students in Mrs. Berbert’s class learn how to play their indoor recess games. Thank you @mmhs_goldeneagles for sharing your students with us! @maplemountainathletes #mapleridgepride
Nebo School District is looking forward to another opportunity to begin the Fall Community School Program. This is an amazing opportunity to expand your horizons and improve your abilities. The goal of the Community School Program is to meet the needs and interests of the people in the community. There are many course options to choose from. We would love to see you there!
To see our class options and register online:
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The program that provided free breakfast and lunch for students has expired. Students will put in their lunch number this year to pay for meals from their personal lunch account. Here are some links with more information.
Mrs. Blake is one of our new first grade teachers. She previously taught kindergarten for 3 years. Mrs. Blake grew up in American Fork, Utah and attended the University of Utah. She loves music and enjoys singing and playing the piano. She also loves to read and has crocheted many blankets in her free time. Mrs. Blake said this about her family, "My husband and I both come from large families. We don't have any children of our own but humbly claim the title of "favorite Aunt and Uncle" to our 21 nieces and nephews.
August 5th is the day for Nebo School District elementary students to see class assignments. To do this, follow these instructions:
- Login to your Infinite Campus account.
- Click schedule on the menu.
- If you have multiple students, click the drop down arrow on the upper right side of the screen to choose a different student.
Mrs. Jensen is one of our new fifth grade teachers this year. She has previously taught 4th, 5th, and 6th grades. Mrs. Jensen is originally from Vandrehoof, British Columbia, Canada and she attended BYU. Mrs. Jensen said, "I was born and raised on a large horse, cattle and hay ranch in British Columbia. My husband, Russell, and I raised our 5 children working and playing together on the ranch and in the beautiful outdoors of B.C. We love the outdoors and we love working and playing together so we moved to Utah to be close to our children and continue making memories."