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January 2014

Science Fair

Submitted by monica.bair on Fri, 01/31/2014 - 14:52

Six students from Westside chose to participate in the science fair.  The science fair is an optional activity for students.  The projects need to meet the criteria for the scientific method to be considered for the district science fair.

Spotlight on Mrs. Mitton

Submitted by monica.bair on Fri, 01/31/2014 - 09:54
By Macy Clements and Emma Bair

Ashley Mitton, a technician here at Westside, helps students with whatever is needed.  She was born in Provo and grew up in Mapleton and Springville.  She is one of our recently married teachers.  Ashley's favorite things do do are reading and running.  Her favorite thing about Westside is the students and that the teachers are awesome and fun to work with.  Ashley thinks the most important thing teachers and educators can do is to help students learn and build their confidence.  An interesting fact about her is that she used to teach second grade, but now she works for Americorp.

Parent Conferences/SEP's

Submitted by monica.bair on Fri, 01/31/2014 - 09:29

On January 9th, parent conferences were held at Westside.  Many teachers, however, chose to do what are called "Walking Report Cards" which give the students the opportunity to showcase what they have learned, and demonstrate their knowledge of various concepts in certain subject areas.

Geography Bee

Submitted by monica.bair on Thu, 01/30/2014 - 15:24

The week students came back from the Christmas break, Westside held the annual Geography bee.  Two students from every class had to win several rounds in order to progress to the school-wide level.  The two top winners were Natalie Bourgeous, and Owen Ngaluafe.  Owen was the finalist from Westside.

Greek Olympics

Submitted by monica.bair on Thu, 01/30/2014 - 14:48

Recently, sixth grade students learned about Ancient Greece.  As a finale to their unit, students participated in the Greek Olympics, where the students were broken up into teams from Sparta, Athens, Megara, and Corinth.

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