"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does." ~William James
October 19- 4th Grade- Zion Nation Park, 9:00-3:00 pm
October 20- Kindergarten- Bus Garage Safety
(AM: 9:45-11:00 am; PM & Barney: 1:45-3:00 pm)
October 23- Harvest Holiday- No School
October 24- Data Fair @ District Office, 3:30-5:00 pm
October 31- CVHS Marching Band @ 10:00 am
Halloween Parade @ 2:00 pm
We encourage every parent to get involved this year by committing to three hours of volunteer service to our school. When we all work together, wonderful things can be accomplished!
Welcome back to school. I hope your summer was full of excitement and relaxation. The teachers at Three Peaks Elementary have been working hard to prepare classrooms and curriculum for your children. Please help us with the education of your child by getting them to school on time with the proper rest and nutrition. I am proud to be part of a school that cares so much about the welfare of your child.
Please remember that school begins at 8:55 am every day and dismisses at 3:30 pm on M, Tu, Th, and F. Wednesday is early out and school is dismissed at 1:30 pm. The Kindergarten schedule is a bit different: Morning Kindergarten is held 8:55-11:40 (M, Tu, Th, F) and Wednesday 8:45-10:45. Afternoon Kindergarten is 12:45-3:30 (M, Tu, Th, F) and Wednesday 11:30-1:30.
If you are unsure of the bus your child will ride, please call the bus garage at 435-586-2864.
If you are picking up or dropping off your child, please remember not to park along the red curb in front of the building between the orange cones. If you need to come in the school, please park your car in the parking stalls and not along the curbs. This procedure will ensure the safety of the students at Three Peaks Elementary.
The Three Peaks Elementary Preschool parking lot is to be used only for parents of preschool students. Please do not park your car in their parking lot to pick up or drop off your students. Thank you.
Let's have a wonderful year!!
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October Family Literacy
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Earn Money For Your School!
1. Go to AmazonSmile
2. Log into your Amazon Account.
3. Type PTA Utah Congress Three Peaks Elementary.
4. Click Search.
5. Click Select.
6. Start Shopping :)
**Need to Log into AmazonSmile in order to donate, not Amazon.com**
Please continue to send them in and encourage family members to save them to. It is free money for our school. You can sign-up at BoxTops4Education.com to get special coupons and discounts at online stores.
Walmart is collecting box tops for the schools in our area. Please encourage family members to either turn them in to you or drop them off in the Three Peaks Elementary bin located in front of the jewelry counter at Walmart.
You can also put them in a baggie. Don't forget to put the student's and teacher's name on them so you can earn a PARTY!
Smith's Inspiring Donations
Super Power: Leap tall building in a single bound
Favorite Candy: Strawberries! (I know it's not candy, but they are yummy enough to be!)
Favorite Beverage: Smoothies!
Favorite Board Game: Catch Phrase
Mrs. Mackelprang, 5th Grade
Super Power: To be able to grow additional appendages so that I can do laundry, dishes, housework, all at the same time. Then I will have more time to do the things I love.
Favorite Candy: Almond Joy & Swedish Fish
Favorite Beverage: Root Beer
Favorite Board Game: The Farming Game
Mrs. Melling, 5th Grade
Remember to Keep Our Kids Safe!
DO NOT park, pick up, or drop off in the Red Zone, between the cones.
DO NOT use the curb for parking. If you have to leave your car unattended, use the parking stalls.
DO NOT use the Three Peaks Preschool parking to pick up or drop off Elementary students.
DO NOT use the handicapped parking illegally.
DO drive slowly and cautiously through the parking lot and remember to take turns.
Iron County School District is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity and does not discriminate in the terms, conditions, or privileges of employment on account of race, age, color, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, or religion or otherwise as may be prohibited by federal and state law.