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Africa Service Project

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The Student Council is helping Nathan Chantry complete his Eagle Scout project – collecting work supplies for Africa. Please see the attached flyer to see if you can help.

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STEAM Program

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Bright Ideas STEAM Through Time:  Bright Ideas is an extra-curricular theme based program open to all interested elementary students.  This year’s theme will focus learning through the different branches of STEAM education:  Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math.  See the flyer for more details.

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Divorce Education for Children

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This free program is offered by the Utah State Courts to help children with the transition during a parent’s divorce.  It provides children with skills they can use to better express their feeling to parents.  See the flyer for more details.

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District Parent Night

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Parent Night
Thursday, October 22, 2015 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Legacy Elementary Media Center, 28 East 1340 North, American Fork
All parents are invited, whether you have a child who is struggling in school, on a Section 504 Plan or an IEP, or just need great information! Childcare is not provided. For questions e-mail  [email protected]
Can You Hear Me Now? 
How to communicate with your professional teams about your concerns and your child’s needs.  
Physicians, educators, therapists, and specialists all have unique styles of communication that you can learn about to add your voice to the conversation.  We will talk about medical concerns, IEP and 504 accommodations, and how what happens at school affects you at home and vice versa.   We will also talk about how to bring your concerns to the table in discussions so that the team or individual providers can agree on a course of action to benefit your child and your family. 
Presenter: Terisa Gabrielsen, PhD, NCSP is an Assistant Professor of School Psychology at BYU.  She has been working with families in schools, hospitals, and in research for the last 8 years in Utah and the greater Philadelphia area.  She is also the Autism Enhancement Coordinator for the Utah Regional Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities program, an interdisciplinary training program for family-centered care of children with special health care needs. 
Save-the-date for November Parent Night
Thursday, November 19, 2015 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Taming the Lion Without The Whip:  Strategies to Deal with Oppositional, Defiant and Escalating Behaviors
We often get caught using negative and punishing techniques in dealing with children and students who are oppositional and defiant, as well as those who quickly escalate to aggressive and intrusive behavior.  This workshop will explore more positive strategies in dealing with these children and how to better manage power struggles.
Maria Wiscombe

Alpine District Parent Consultant
Utah Parent Center

Office:  801-318-1959

Spanish Speaking: 801- 272-1067

Preschool Program

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We are excited to announce the opening of a Preschool Program at Bonneville Elementary for the 2015-16 school year!  Please view the flyer for more information.

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Storytelling Festival

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Classroom competitions begins soon for this year’s Storytelling Festival.  Read more on flyers below for details.

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New Resources Available at Utah’s Online Library

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Utah’s Online Library and the Utah Education Network are please to announce the addition of the Gale Reference Databases for K-12 schools statewide.  This includes access to Biographies, Kids “InfoBits”, InfoTrace Newsstand and Database, Student Resource Center Junior, Encylopedias, etc.  If you haven’t ever visited these great online resources, visit and select the “Gale Reference Collection”  While you’re there, visit some of the other amazing resources like “WorldBook Encyclopedia”  access to online editions of Utah Newspapers and so much more.  (Please note:  If you are using Pioneer Library at home, you will need a username and password which can be obtained from the school librarian.)

Girls on the Run

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Screen-Shot-2015-02-20-at-3.11.37-PMWe are starting a new season with Girls on the Run!  We would love to have you for some learning and fun and the challenge of the 5K run!  Invite your friends along and let’s have a blast during our best season yet! This program is for girls from 3-6th grade.

Registration is open until March 16th.  This year we excited about our new scholarship program.  Anyone that has a daughter that would like to participate that is unable to pay the full program cost is encouraged to complete a quick online scholarship application.  Applicants will receive a redemption code that will reduce their registration fee by $10-$145 (depending on family income).

We are currently looking for coaches at our Utah County Sites; coaches daughters who participate will receive an incredible discounted offer!  No running experience is required. There is a coaches training this Saturday the 21st at Lincoln Elementary in SLC.  A make-up training is also being offered on Thursday, February 26th in the evening.  Anyone interested in being a coach that is unable to attend either coaches training is still welcome to complete a volunteer application and training will take place on an at needed basis before the season begins on March 2nd.

I hope to see you all this year!  Please contact Lindsay Scott (info below) if you have any questions.

Lindsay Scott

Utah County Site Coordinator


Please read more about the program on the flyer below, or go to

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Sage Testing

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In February, the SAGE writing assessments will be administered to 3-6 grade students.

Your child’s teacher will notify you of the exact dates of testing for their class.  Please encourage your student to do his/her best, and help them get plenty of sleep and a good breakfast so they will be at their best.

For more information about SAGE, you can visit

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If you have any question, please contact your child’s teacher or the office.