Iron County School District

"Act as if what you do makes a difference.  It does."  ~William James


Upcoming Events


April 29- Kite Flight for Reading and Sight Activities at Cedar Middle School

May 2- 1st Grade- Snow Canyon State Park

May 3- 4th Grade- Homestead Museum, 9:00-11:30 am

May 4- 2nd Grade meets with Deputy Garcia @ 1:00 pm

May 8- 1st Grade meets with Deputy Garcia @ 3:00 pm

May 11- Farm Field Trip @ 9:50 am (Fuson)

May 12- Soup Opera, 11:15 am and 3:10 pm (Langford)

May 13- PTA End of Year Family Swimming Party, 6:00-8:00 pm (Aquatic Center)

May 14- Mother's Day

May 17- 5th Grade- 6th Grade Orientation at CVMS, 9:00-11:30 am

               Last day of Library (please return ALL books)

               AM Kindergarten Program, 6:00-7:00 pm

               PM Kindergarten Program, 7:00-8:00 pm

May 19- Orchestra Concert @ 2:30 pm (Marvin & Jessie songs afterwards)

May 23- Field Day

May 24- Awards Assembly

               (1st & 2nd Grade: 9:15 am; 3rd-5th Grade: 10:15 am)

               Last day of School! (dismiss at 1:30 pm)


News Nugget

Principal's Message

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!

The Lion’s 13th annual Kite Flight for Reading & Sight final activity is April 29, 2017. Each student needs to complete their reading minutes as set by their class and
return the calendar to their teacher. (The monthly Family Literacy Calendar will
count for this activity.) Minutes will be recorded on the official Kite Flight Home
Reading Chart that will be kept at school. On Friday, April 28, the official Reading
Chart will be sent home so parents can sign and it can be taken to the festivities on
Saturday, April 29, at the Cedar Middle School fields between 10:00 am-3:00 pm. All students who turn in their completed Reading Chart will receive a choice of a high quality kite, a book supplied by Mountain Eye Institute, or a movie pass from Fiddler’s Six Theaters. There is also a Kite Flying Competition with judging beginning at 1:00 pm. Categories include: Homemade kite with the best use of school spirit, Judges Choice, and kite with the best use of this year’s theme- “Reading Can Take You to New Heights”. Our school will receive money for the number of participants who turn in their Reading Chart on April 29. In addition, one class from each school with the highest participation will receive a pizza party. There will be additional drawings at all schools for other prizes from all the redeemed reading charts following the day of the Kite Festival.



Internet Safety Squad for Kids


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April Family Literacy



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Kite for Flight Information

Flyer #1

Flyer #2


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Earn Money For Your School!


Lin's School Cents 

Smith's Community Rewards Program 

  Smith's Step By Step Enrollment Instructions


(Type PTA Utah Congress Three Peaks Elementary)

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Faculty/Staff Spotlight


Favorite Food: Anything Mexican

Favorite Subject: Science

Hobby: Working in the flower garden and cross-stitiching

Favorite Book/Author: It's a Bear and Frindle                 

    Mrs. Dotson, 1st Grade

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Favorite Food: Chocolate

Favorite Subject:

Hobby: Reading and spending time with my kids

Favorite Book/Author: Mysteries & I love books!           


Mrs. Clarke, Reading Center

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Safety Zone

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.


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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.

School Hours
School Starts- 8:55 a.m.
School Ends- 3:30 p.m.
Early Out Wednesdays- 1:30 p.m.

Kindergarten Schedule
AM- 8:55-11:40 a.m.
PM- 12:45-3:30 p.m.
Early Out Wednesday
AM- 8:45-10:45 a.m.
PM- 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Parents: Please do not drop off students before 8:30 am.  If you have children in afternoon kindergarten, please do not drop them off before 12:30 pm. Thanks!

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Phone Number:
(435) 586-8871
If you need to leave a message for your child, please call BEFORE 2:30 pm.
(Wednesdays BEFORE 12:30 pm) Thanks!

Fax Phone Number:
(435) 586-8934

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One hundred years from now 
It will not matter 
what kind of car I drove, 
What kind of house I lived in, 
how much money was in my bank account 
nor what my clothes looked like. 
But the world may be a better place because 
I was important in the life of a child.

~Forest Witcraft

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Three Peaks Elementary

Reading Site

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 Account Login


Teacher Trainings

Defensive Driver Training

Child Abuse Prevention Training

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Time Study

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 Three Peaks Elementary

receives 2014 Utah Title I

Reward School Recognition Award

     The Utah State Office of Education is pleased to recognize Three Peaks Elementary as a recipient of the 2014 Utah Title I Reward School Recognition.  This recognition is provided to Utah Title I schools that are able to demonstrate high levels of student achievement. We hope that you will take the opportunity to share this notice of recognition with your school community. 

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SAGE 2015-2016

Test Results

 Elementary Language Arts

Elementary Mathematics

Elementary Science

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Three Peaks Arts Program

10 Lessons Arts Teach

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Where's My Bookmobile?




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Three Peaks

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