March Events

March Events

Mar. 1st: Box Tops Store in the basement at lunch.

Mar. 11th-14th: Book Fair

Mar. 12th: PTA General Membership Meeting, 9:30am. Come vote on the 2019-2020 PTA Board.

Nominated PTA Board Members 2019-2020
President: Jason Nackos
President Elect: Jaycie Robinson
Treasurer: Jana Davis
Secretary: Amber Egbert
Administrative VP: Julie Peery

Appointed Board Members
Publicity: Cheryl Mitchell
Membership: Ryan & Heather Schriever
Volunteer: Sheila Gibson & Kara Woodworth

Mar. 12th: Dudes and Donuts, 8:00-8:45am

Bring your dad, brother, grandpa, uncle or any dude! Even moms are welcome!

Stop by the book fair and get a new book, bring one from home, or find one in the library to read with your guest. We’ll be in the lower grade library by the front office.

Mar. 13th-14th: SEP Conferences

Mar. 15th: No School

Mar. 19th: 6th Grade Graduation Pictures

February Events

February Events

Feb. 1st: Box Tops Store

Feb. 15th: Class Spelling Bees

The spelling bee is for students in 3rd-6th grades.  Each individual class will hold a spelling bee on Feb 15th.  The top 3 spellers per class will advance to school finals held on February 22nd. Watch for the list of practice words which will be sent home with students the first week of February.

Feb. 18th: President’s Day—No School

Feb. 22nd: Spring Pictures

Feb. 22nd: School Spelling Bee

January Events

January Events

Happy 2019!

Please note a few things that are going on this month.

Jan. 8th: PTA General Membership Meeting, 9:30am in Room #1.  All PTA members are invited and children are always welcome.

Jan. 9th-10th: SEP Conferences

Jan. 14-18th: White/Red Ribbon Week & Jan. 17th: Net Smart Assembly 7pm

This will be a fun week reminding students to be Drug Free and Media Smart.  Students are encouraged to dress up in support of the daily theme.

Monday- We’re too bright to harm our mind and body—Wear neon.

Tuesday- From head to toe I am drug free and media smart—Crazy hair and sock day.

Wednesday- I am a “Jean-ius,” I make good choices—Wear Jeans.

Thursday- Team up to keep our minds and bodies healthy—Wear team apparel. 

Friday- My choices are the key to making my dreams come true—Wear pajamas.

Parents please visit:

Utahnetsmartz.org

Redribbon.org

To pledge to be media smart and drug-free along with your children!

December Events

December Events

Dec. 7th: Box Tops Store

Remember to send clipped and unexpired Box Tops to school with your students on the first Friday of every month.  They can use them to purchase prizes and treats during lunch and the school benefits from the money earned from turning in the Box Tops!

Dec. 24th-Jan. 1st: No School—Christmas Break

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from your PTA board!  

We’re so grateful that we get to work with such amazing parents, students, faculty and staff to help make Mapleton Elementary great! Thank you for all of the time you spend in service of our PTA and school.

We hope everyone has a fun and safe holiday break! 

 

Amazon Button

Amazon Button

As you Christmas shop this year, please remember that you can give back to our school! Our school earns a percentage of every Amazon purchase with no extra cost to you.

Visit www.mapletonelementarypta.org and click on the Amazon button at the top of the page. You can then bookmark that Amazon page and use your bookmark for all of your future visits to Amazon.

-OR-

If you like to use Amazon on your phone, link to Amazon from the PTA website. Then at the bottom of the page use the button to get more options and select “Add to Home Screen.” Use that new Amazon button for your shopping instead of the Amazon app. (Note: You may have to delete the Amazon app before it will let you create your new button.)

Thank you for your support!

November Events

November Events

Nov. 2nd: Box Tops Store at lunch

Nov. 7th: Picture Retake Day

Nov. 13th: PTA General Membership Meeting, 9:30 a.m.

Nov. 21st-23rd: No school— Thanksgiving Break

Outstanding Volunteers

Outstanding Volunteers

Mapleton Elementary has great volunteers and staff who help our children learn and succeed. They go above and beyond what is expected in giving more back to the school and students. Monthly, will recognize a few of them for the good work that they do.

Beth Larsen has been volunteering for 3 years in Mrs. Bennett’s class and is still going strong. Cornelia Wilson volunteered for 3 years in Mrs. Jensen’s class. These “grandma helpers” give of their time and love to make a difference for our children. We want to thank them for their outstanding service.

Hope Crandall works at the school in the mornings and volunteers in Mrs. Bennett’s class in the afternoon. Mrs. Bennett said, “Hope was there from the beginning when I was hired 4 years ago, just three days before school started. Her granddaughter was in my class and my first call when I got hired was to Hope. I told her I need a grandma helper and truly I couldn’t have taught that year without her.” She has given hundreds of hours in one-on-one time with students over the last 4 years. Thank you Hope. You are making a great difference for those students that you give so much time to.

October Events

October Events

Oct. 3rd: Walk To School Day

School shirts will be sent home on October 2nd. Please have your student(s) wear them for National Walk to School Day on Wednesday, October 3rd. All students are encouraged to walk/bike to school that day (if possible) and we even encourage parents to walk with them if you choose. Students who ride the bus will get the chance to walk the perimeter of the playground to emphasize healthy activity and exercise as well. All students will get a snack as they enter the school that morning.

Oct: 5th: Picture Day

Oct. 5th: Box Tops Store at lunch

During lunch bring your clipped and unexpired box tops to the basement to buy fun prizes and treats!

Oct. 9th: Reflections Entries Due

Oct. 10th: Reflections Awards Assembly

Oct. 22-26th: Book Fair

The Enchanted Forest Scholastic Book Fair will be at our school October 22nd-26th. Come with your child(ren) on Wednesday night from 6:00-7:30p.m. for a special Halloween party!

Scales and Tails Family Night

Scales and Tails Family Night

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Scales & Tails

Mapleton Elementary Family Night

Mon. Sept. 24th, 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Dinner, Treats, Animal Show, Silent Auction

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Animal Show: 

Pre-selling tickets is now closed.  Tickets will be for sale the night of.

$5/person, $25/family

6:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. Show Times

 

Activities:

Fishing Pond and Lollipop Game

Tickets can be pre-purchased or purchased night-of.

 

Dinner:

5:30-7:30 p.m.

J. Dawgs hot dog, chips & bottled water

Night-of: $7

 

Silent Auction:

Gift baskets provided by each classroom will be auctioned off from 5:30-7:15 p.m.

 

 We hope to see you there!