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Buy One Get One Free Book Fair This Week!
Congratulations Anna Moore - Lone Peak Cluster Teacher of the Year!
School Carnival - May 24

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Early Out Monday Schedule

Grades 1-6

  • 9:00 – 2:30

Kindergarten

  • AM 9:00-11:20
  • PM 12:15-2:30

Pre-School

No Pre-School on Mondays

Tuesday – Friday Modified Schedule

Grades 1-6

  • 9:00-2:30

Kindergarten

  • AM 9:00-11:20
  • PM 12:15-2:30

Pre-School

  • AM 9:00-11:20
  • PM 12:15-2:30

Lunch Schedule

  • 1st Grade 11:40-12:20
  • 2nd Grade 11:47-12:27
  • 3rd Grade 12:00-12:40
  • 4th Grade 12:07-12:47
  • 5th Grade 12:20-1:00
  • 6th Grade 12:27-1:07

Eagle News 5/10/2021

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Second Grade Glow Performances
Our second graders will be performing “Glow” this week in the gymnasium. Please remember to wear your masks when you come into the school.
  • Tuesday, May 11— 11:15 – 11:45 am, Ms. Andersen
  • Tuesday, May 11—1:00 – 1:30 pm, Mrs. Blodgett
  • Wednesday, May 12—11:15 – 11:45 am, Mrs. Wallace
  • Thursday, May 13—11:15 – 11:45 am, Ms. Moore
Buy One Get One Free Book Fair
It is the Buy One Get One Free Book Fair Week. Students can shop for books during their regularly assigned library time. Parents and students can shop before and after
school at the listed times. To keep everyone safe at the school, masks are
required and access to the book fair will be limited to 50 people at a time.
Tuesday – Thursday
8:30—9:00 am, 2:30 – 4:00 pm
Friday
8:30-9:00 am 8:30 am – 1:00 pm
Parent volunteers are needed at the Book Fair. You can sign up here:
No Kindergarten May 10 – 14
There will be no kindergarten May 10 – 14 as our kindergarten teachers will be administering the Kindergarten Entry and Exit (KEEP) Assessment. The final day of school for kindergartners will be May 26.
Lone Peak Cluster Teacher of the Year
On Friday, May 7 fourth grade Chinese teacher, Anna Moore, was recognized as the Lone Peak Cluster Teacher of the Year. Ms. Moore had a surprise visit in her classroom from Superintendent Farnsworth and other guests on Friday morning, as she received her Teacher of the Year recognition. The Lone Peak Cluster includes six elementary schools, two middle schools and LPHS. The principal at each school nominates a teacher for recognition, and for the second year in a row, the Lone Peak Cluster Teacher of the Year is one of our own at Alpine Elementary. Last year, kindergarten teacher, Colleen Aitchison, was recognized as the Cluster Teacher of the Year. Congratulations Ms. Moore!
New Marquee
Have you seen the new marquee in front of the school? After several months of not being able to communicate with our patrons on the old reader board that was vandalized in October, we are grateful for the new electronic marquee. As part of her administrative internship, I gave fifth grade teacher, McKayla Hill, the responsibility to work with the school district, the sign vendor and the City of Alpine to handle all of the logistics of getting the marquee up and running. Thank you, Mrs. Hill for all of your hard work and patience to see this project through to the end. We are also grateful to secretaries Martha Hadlock and Sheri Davis for completing the online training necessary to program the marquee.
School Carnival
We will be having a school carnival on Monday, May 24, 4:00 – 7:00 pm. There will be carnival games and food trucks. More information will be coming your way soon.
Custodial Help Needed
We are in need of two custodial sweepers to replace two of our current employees who will soon be leaving to serve missions. Possible candidates need to be at least 16 years old. Contact our Head Custodian, Mike Carter, [email protected], if you know of someone who would like to apply for the job.
School Enrollment for 2021 – 2022
Please let the main office know ASAP if your child will not be attending Alpine Elementary for the 2021 – 2022 school year.
Students of the Week
The following students were recognized as Students of the Week on Friday, May 7. Teachers nominate students who are consistently demonstrating the character traits of the Alpine Big 3: Being Respectful, Responsible and Ready to learn. Congratulations, Students of the Week!
Savvi Anderson– 4th grade, Ms. A. Moore
Olivia Belnap– 1st grade, Mrs. Faux
Bryce Bird– 3rd grade, Ms. Elder
Krew Clark– 4th grade, Mrs. Vipperman
Charlee Crump– 4th grade, Mrs. Keller
Georgie Cvetko– 3rd grade, Mrs. Duke
Rosie Ence– Kindergarten, Mrs. Aitchison
Violet Frazier– Kindergarten, Mrs. Aitchison
Gracie Gillespie– 5th grade, Mrs. Hill
Ben Hamilton– 5th grade, Mr. Horan
Evie Hansen– 3rd grade, Mrs. Duke
Cambree Heggerhorst– 1st grade, Mrs. Faux
Olivia Heise– 3rd grade, Ms. Elder
Lilah McConnon–5th grade, Mrs. Padgett
David Mercado– 1st grade, Mrs. Chou
Levi Moore– 4th grade, Mrs. Vipperman
Jared Olsen– 4th grade, Ms. A. Moore
Jane Rasmussen– 5th grade, Mrs. Hill
Addie Sorensen– 1st grade, Mrs. Chou
Tony Stone– 2nd grade, Mrs. Wallace
Grace Verzello– 1st grade, Ms. Johnson
Outside the Principal’s Office
For any road bikers out there, the Alpine Loop is now open to cyclists. The road has been plowed, with minimal road debris left behind. This is the best time of the year to bike The Loop. The gates are locked at Pine Hollow Trailhead and the Stewart Falls parking lot, so there are no cars that cyclists need to worry about on the upper portion of the road. It was fun to bike the Alpine Loop for the first time in 2021 on Saturday.
Have a wonderful week, and as always, remember that it is a great day to be an Eagle!
Dave Perdue, Principal
Alpine Elementary

Eagle News 5/3/2021

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Staff Appreciation Week
Thank you to all of the parents who helped with Staff Appreciation Week! The Alpine Elementary faculty felt of your gratitude for all that has been done during very challenging times to provide our students a quality education since August 17. A special thank you to Mary Field, Jennica Woodbury and Lizzy Snyder for all they did to coordinate the different events for Staff Appreciation Week!
We would like to thank Susie Foods for the Syrupdipity butter and syrup spread they donated to all faculty members. (see Susiefoods.com or https://www.facebook.com/SusieFoods for more flavors and information).
PTA News
Save the date! This year we are going to have an Alpine Elementary Carnival. It will be on May 24 from 4:00 – 7:00 pm. We hope we can all celebrate together this amazing year. Custom Event will be coming with blow up rides and carnival games. We will also have yummy food trucks. Bring the whole family!
Our last PTA meeting of the year will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, in the teacher’s lounge at 9:15. Everyone is invited.
School Assemblies and Facemasks
We had our first assembly of the school year and the first event this school year that parents were invited to on April 29. The fourth grade State of Utah Program. The fourth graders under the enthusiastic direction of our music teacher, Melinda Hunt, were outstanding in their performance. Our sixth graders will have their Sixth Grade Dance at 1:15 pm on Friday, May 7 and our second graders will be performing their Glow Program on May 11, 12 , 13, depending on which class they are in. There were several parents who chose not to wear masks at the fourth grade program. Please remember to wear masks when in the school for any reason, including school programs!
Buy One Get One Free Bookfair
The Buy One Get One Free Bookfair will be May 11 – 14. See the attached flyer for more details.
No Kindergarten May 10 – 14
There will be no kindergarten May 10 – 14 as our kindergarten teachers will be administering the Kindergarten Entry and Exit (KEEP) Assessment. The final day of school for kindergartners will be May 26.
Students of the Week
The following students were recognized as Students of the Week on Friday, April 30. Teachers nominate students who are consistently demonstrating the character traits of the Alpine Big 3: Being Respectful, Responsible and Ready to learn. Congratulations, Students of the Week!
Benson Anderson– 2nd grade, Ms. M. Moore
Charley Balser– 5th grade, Mr. Horan
Rex Blackham– Kindergarten, Mrs. Aitchison
Leah Clawson– 3rd grade, Mrs. Duke
Josh Crump– 6th grade, Mrs. Reyes
Avri Davidson– 6th grade, Mrs. Monson
Patrick Gheciu– 3rd grade, Ms. Elder
Daisy McConnon– Kindergarten, Mrs. Malone
Madison Morris– 6th grade, Mrs. Reyes
Tagg Nelsen– 1st grade, Mrs. Chou
Sage Nielsen– Kindergarten, Mrs. Malone
Quincy Peper- 6th grade, Mrs. Monson
Parker Rodman– 3rd grade, Ms. Elder
Nick Steuart– 5th grade, Mrs. Hill
Owen Taylor– 1st grade, Mrs. Faux
Daegan Tedrow– 4th grade, Mrs. Orgill
Elliot Wood– 2nd grade, Mrs. Wallace
Rockwell Young– Kindergarten, Mrs. Malone
Grady Zito– 5th grade, Mrs. Chang
Outside the Principal’s Office
Do you know who the Iron Cowboy is? James Lawrence is a Utah County resident who performs amazing physical feats with Ironman Triathlons. An Ironman consists of a 2.4 mile swim, 112 miles on a bike, and running a full marathon, 26.2 miles. For most mortals, completing an Ironman Triathlon is a lifetime accomplishment. In 2015, the Iron Cowboy completed 50 Ironman Triathlons in 50 states on 50 consecutive days! He is currently attempting to complete 100 Ironmans in 100 consecutive days! Saturday, May 1 was Ironman 62. He does the same course everyday: swim in the Lindon Aquatic Center, bike to Payson with three loops west of town, and marathon in Orem, Lindon and Pleasant Grove, using the Murdock Trail. On Saturday, I joined with James and several other bike riders for the bike ride portion of his Ironman. Fun day for me, but I went home after the 112-mile bike ride. James still had a 26.2 mile marathon to complete. The mental toughness to go to bed each night knowing that another Ironman Triathlon awaits James the next day, as he completes an Ironman on 100 consecutive days is difficult to for me to even comprehend. Thinking about the Ironman Cowboy’s physical and mental capabilities during Saturday’s almost six-hour bike ride gave me the strength and desire to finish the ride with James and the other riders. Just keep on pedaling, a wonderful metaphor for life!
Have a wonderful week, and as always, remember that it is a great day to be an Eagle!
Dave Perdue, Principal
Alpine Elementary
Alpine School District