The Bonneville Elementary Student Council is collecting gently used books. Please see the flyer below for more details.[pdf_viewer link=”http://bonneville.alpineschools.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2014/12/Book-Drive-2014.pdf”]
Utah Parent Center Transition Mini-Conference
Do you have a child with disabilities ages 12 – 26 on an IEP, Section 504 Plan, Special Health Care Need Plan or now navigating the adult system? If So, Then This Transition Mini-Conference Is For YOU!
Utah Parent Center and Alpine School District Special Education Department’s Parent Night. For all families who have a student who may be on an IEP, Section 504 Plan, or just need help.
Thursday, December 4, 2014 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Legacy Elementary Media Center, 28 East 1340 North, American Fork
Anxiety and Depression Too? What Do We Do? When we are already dealing with a child with special needs, adding anxiety and depression, whether theirs or ours, can become overwhelming. We will talk about the symptoms of anxiety and depression; the effects on individuals and families; and what we can do about it.
Presenter – Karen Fairchild, Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Master’s in Social Work
Thursday, November 13, 2014 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
ScenicView Academy, 5455 N. River Run Dr., Provo
Pre-registration is required for this event
Cost: $10, includes lunch
Please pre-register no later than
Monday, November 10, 2014
Register online at: http://conta.cc/1vdUd7J
or by calling 801-272-1051
Alpine District Parent Consultant
Utah Parent Center
Spanish Speaking: 801- 272-1067
Please click the following link to see the summary data for our school. You can view the data by grade and even view data from other schools by customizing your search options on the left hand side.[fancy_link link=”https://datagateway.schools.utah.gov/SAGE?schoolYear=2014&leaNum=01&schNum=107″ variation=”blue”]Data Gateway Link[/fancy_link]
Thursday, November 6th, 7:00pm at Lindon Elementary. See the flyer for details.
Elections for the School Community Council are coming up on October 8 & 9th, 2014. There is currently 1 seat (parent member) that is open for election for the 2014-2015 school year. If you are interested in becoming a candidate for the School Community Council please come by the front office and alert the school principal, Mr. Brooks.
Serving on the School Community Council
Serving on our School Community Council is a wonderful way for parents and teachers to contribute and help improve academic performance at our school. The school receives an annual dividend from the school trust lands. Our council decides how these funds will be used. This year our school received $42,242.00 from the School LAND Trust Program. The council reviews and prepares other academic plans for our students each year. All plans are reviewed for final approval by our school board. Councils also act in an advisory capacity to school and school district administrations.
Every public school in Utah has a School Community Council. The councils are made up of school employees who are elected by employees and parents who are elected by parents of students attending the school. Membership terms are for two years. Elections are held at the beginning of each school year.
Parent members must have a student attending the school at least one of the two years of their term of service. Employees must be employed by the school district at the school.
For more information please visit [fancy_link link=”http://www.schoollandtrust.org” variation=”blue”]www.schoollandtrust.org[/fancy_link] .
Please join our school choir! Applications are available in the office and need to be returned by September 9th. Grades 2-6 are invited to participate. We will be preparing for performances in December at the University Mall, for the school, and for families. Cost is $10.00 with a T-shirt or $5.00 if they have a shirt from a previous year.
Bright Ideas is an extra-curricular theme based program open to all interested elementary student. Come and learn the great adventures of different cultures, regional art, music, history, wildlife, natural sciences, languages and more.[pdf_viewer link=”http://bonneville.alpineschools.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2014/08/BrightIdeasFULL2014-2015-1.pdf”]
We have very talented storytellers here at Bonneville. Congratulations to our winners!
Grade Level Winners are:
2nd Grade – Kyrie Thompson
3rd Grade – Samuel Wilson
4th Grade – Willow Corner-Bettwieser
5th Grade – Nalani Kennerley
6th Grade – Nathan Chantry
Congratualtions also to the grade level Honorable Mention winners and ALL of the participants.
Keep reading throughout the summer – and earn some free stuff along the way. There are several community partners offering great incentives for reading! Click on some of the images below to see the details of each offer.
Barnes & Noble – Get a free “Summer Reading Kit”. Read 8 books and then you can choose a book for free.
Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge – Log minutes, earn rewards, help set a new reading world record, and earn books for your class.
Pottery Barn Kids – Download a book list and progress tracker to record your reading. When completed you can receive a free book and be entered to win a backpack of books.
Chuck E. Cheese – Download the Reading Rewards Calendar, complete and return it for 10 free tokens.
Utah State Fair – Read 10 books, complete a reading record, and receive a gate entry pass, free drink, and free ride at the Utah State Fair in September.
Orem Public Library – Starting in June, sign up for summer reading programs. Earn weekly rewards such as coupons to restaurants, museums, arcades, etc. Also, attend free programs, workshops and other events throughout the summer.