Hey Provost, Mrs. Rogers 6th grade class completed a project on Ancient Mesopotamia. They then took everything they learned and made their own ziggurats out of their work.
I’m sure most of us are thinking: What is a ziggurat? Well, in ancient Mesopotamia they built rectangular stepped towers sometimes surmounted by a temple. They called these structures ziggurats.
What a fun idea to celebrate all the effort put into learning. Way to go 6th grade!
Once There Was A Snowman in Kindergarten
- December 8th, 2023
Hey Provost, Miss Rasmussen's kindergarten class decided to have a little fun at school and dressed up as little snowmen and snow-women. The kindergarten students wore white shirts with big black...
Holiday Singing for You
- December 7th, 2023
Hey Parents & Guardians, we are very pleased to announce that all parents & guardians have been invited to come to the school on Tuesday December 19th and listen to each grade perform the...
1st Grade Visits the Animal Kingdom
- December 6th, 2023
Hey Provost, our 1st graders took a trip up the road to the BYU Bean Museum and spent the day learning about the fascinating creatures of the animal kingdom. They learned about the different kinds of...
Fall Clubs Showcase
- December 5th, 2023
Our after school clubs will be showing off what they did during clubs this past semester on Tuesday, Dec. 12. Doors open at 5:00 pm with our performance clubs starting their show at 5:30 pm....
A 5th Grade Christmas Carol
- December 4th, 2023
Hey Provost, our 5th graders have been getting into the Christmas spirit by reading about the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future in Charles Dickens' all-time classic story, A Christmas...
Back at It
- December 1st, 2023
Hey Provost, after a wonderful Thanksgiving break our Provost students are right back to working hard. Choosing to learn is something we need to do every day. Asking questions, learning from our...