For the past five years, Legacy students have had the opportunity to play volleyball in the Springville City leagues. Mrs. Maria Yazzie, who teaches math and science, also coaches the volleyball team. She said that more girls were interested in being on the team this year than ever before. She also reported that the team had the most consistent attendance, the best retention and the least drama. This year they improved their record by winning two games and one set! Way to represent our school, Crusaders!
We are thrilled to celebrate the successes of last term! We have a large percentage of students earning high grade point averages. Congratulations to all the students recognized at our Awards Assembly!
LEGACY SCHOOL AWARDS
Term 1, 2018-19
3.0 GPA and Above Johana B., Sadee C., Alia C., Tamara D., Judy E., Jennifer G., Meleny G., Stephanie G., Mekenzie L., Stefania L., Jasmin L., Kyree M., Shaylee T., and Yvonne T.
Punctuality Awards Johana B., Sadee C., Tamara D., Judy E., Mekenzie L., Stefania L., and Kyree M.
The festivities were kicked off Tuesday with a craft activity about the Itsy Bitsy Spider. Mrs. Boothe talked about family traditions and learning activities for children. Then she introduced the craft using a paint stirring stick, a clothespin, pipe cleaners and craft foam. The message of the finger play is that the spider never gives up. We may forget the benefits of nursery rhymes and finger plays. They help children with fine motor skills, and with emerging literacy skills such as phonemic awareness and rhyming. It is never too early to read and sing with a child.
Yesterday was our annual field trip to the local pumpkin patch. The children really enjoy seeing the animals in the petting zoo, playing in the shelled feed corn and taking a pumpkin home. There are so many sensory experiences: the texture of animal fur, the dryness of the cornstalks and hay, and the smooth vegetables. Allowing children to run, climb and jump gives them the opportunity to develop gross motor skills.
All are invited to the #savethekids free Parent Education Night sponsored by Nebo School District on November 5, 2018, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Springville High auditorium at 1205 East 900 South in Springville, Utah.
Collin Kartchner and Dr. Katey McPherson will lead a discussion on:
- Balancing screen time and device use,
- Protecting and cultivating our children's self worth,
- Devising a sensible family use of device plan.
Some fun new things are happening this year thanks to the Trust Lands Allotment received by Legacy School. In addition to the direction of our wonderful volleyball coach, Maria Yazzie, students are excited about using the embroidery and appliqué machine in Textile Design classes. Students are amazed at the new things that they are learning to make in Culinary Arts because of the small appliances, utensils, and pans that our Trust Lands money allowed us to purchase. Numerous healthy lifestyle items were purchased to help students learn how to adjust their lifestyles to be healthier. Thes
Red Ribbon Week promotes drug awareness, education and prevention. Each day this week, our front office Nebo Heroes delivered adorable handouts with Drug-Free inspirational messages.
Monday – Twizzlers: “Don’t let drugs TWIST your mind!”
Tuesday – Lip Balm: “Don’t let drugs touch your lips!”
Wednesday – Popcorn & Orange Crush: “Don’t pop pills . . . POP popcorn!” and “Don’t let drugs CRUSH your dreams”
Thursday – Doughnuts: “We’re watching you! DO- NUT do drugs”
Friday – Peanuts: “We’re NUTS about you. Please don’t do drugs!”
"On this International Day of the Girl, let us recommit to supporting every girl to develop her skills, enter the workforce on equal terms and reach her full potential." — UN Secretary-General António Guterres
October 11 has been designated International Day of the Girl since 2012 by the United Nations. “The day aims to highlight and address the needs and challenges girls face, while promoting girls' empowerment and the fulfillment of their human rights.” un.org
“Here’s to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them.” -Unknown