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Eagle News 3/2/2020

By March 7, 2020Newsletters
Alpine Elementary News
Friday, March 6 will be the final day of the second trimester of school. Can you believe that is already March and we are 2/3’s of the way through the school year?
Our 4th graders will be performing their State of Utah program for parents at 9:30 am on Thursday, March 5 in the gymnasium. Later in the day, they will be performing in a school-wide assembly that begins at 2:30 pm.
We have reached 564,294 minutes in our Million Minute Reading Marathon!  Our goal is to hit the million-minute mark by the end of March. We can do it! Click Here to Log your reading minutes!  If you would prefer a paper copy to enter minutes, your child can get one in the library from Mrs. Ruesch. Keep reading!
Kindergarten registration week has arrived! If you will have a kindergartner for the 2020 – 2021 school year, we encourage you to register your student March 2 – 6. Kindergarten Registration materials will be available in our Main Office beginning today, March 2.
Many of our students have been participating in the Storytelling Contest over the past few weeks. Last week, two students were selected by adult judges to move forward to the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival. The lower grade winner was second grader, Gage Sterzer, and the upper grade winner was fifth grader, Maggie Myers. The runner-up participants were third grader, Hattie Jones, and fourth grader Jane Rasmussen. Congratulations to all of our students who shared a story in the competition!
The Alpine School District has designated April 6 as the snow make-up day for the February 3 Snow Day.
The following students were nominated by their teachers and recognized last week for consistently demonstrating what we call the 6 C’s: collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking, citizenship and character.
Taytem Adams–6th Grade, Mrs. Kaczmarek
Drake Anson–6th Grade, Mrs. Maczmarek
Kaci Beagley–1st Grade, Mrs. Faux
Charlotte Gerber–1st Grade, Mrs. Liston
James Gheciu–Kindergarten, Mrs. Aitchison
Lily Hancock–6th Grade, Mrs. Kuo
Connor Hertig–4th Grade, Mrs. Orgill
Jacob Mercado–1st Grade, Mrs. Faux
Kennady Pack–5th Grade, Mrs. Weakley
Jane Rasmussen–4th Grade, Mrs. Keller
Jacey Robbins–5th Grade, Mrs. Padgett
Madison Sardoni–2nd Grade, Mrs. Wallace
Ella Smith–4th Grade, Mrs. Vipperman
Joshua Struchen–1st Grade, Mrs. Liston
Louella Zurcher–5th Grade, Mr. Horan
Outside the Principal’s Office
March roars in like a lion,
So fierce,
The wind so cold,
It seems to pierce.
The month rolls on
And Spring draws near,
And March goes out
Like a lamb so dear.
                          ~Lorie Hill
50-degree temperatures on February 29 and snow and cold wind on March 1 reminded me of this oft-repeated poem, and our Utah Valley weather. I was able to bike from our home in Cedar Hills to Vivian Park on Saturday afternoon. Just an FYI to you hikers and bikers, still quite a bit of snow and ice on the Provo River Canyon Trail from Bridal Veil Falls up to Vivian Park. I needed to get on Highway 89 for that portion of the ride.
Have a great week, and as always, remember that it is a great day to be an Eagle!
Dave Perdue, Principal
Alpine Elementary