Sand Springs Elementary
After School Exploratory MESA/STEM Club
We are excited to announce a new after school opportunity for students who love problem solving, building, creating, and applying science and math skills. We are beginning an Exploratory MESA/STEM Club for students at Sand Springs.
We will be holding 4 sessions throughout the year. Each session will focus on a different problem to solve. Students can participate in as many sessions as they would like. Each session will be $20. (Fee waivers are available in the office for students who qualify.) Meetings begin at 3:40 and will last until 4:45. Students will need to make arrangements to be picked up from school after each meeting. For safety reasons, students will not be allowed to walk home alone from classes.
Halloween Costume Day October 28th
Students can wear costumes to school on the 28th. Costumes must be:
G-rated and follows dress code (no bare midriffs or shoulders, appropriate skirt length)
No weapons or props
No violent costumes or blood
Face paint allowed
Easy on/off for K-1st graders
No Halloween activities will be held on October 31st, school will be as usual.
Children's book author and Storyteller Gary Hogg will be coming to Sand Springs Elementary. He will be holding an assembly for all students and a writing workshop for grades 3rd-6th. He will be here for C & D Track on September 29th and for A & B Track November 7th. You won't want to miss out on this fun day! Visit his website at http://garyhoggbooks.com
SHOW YOUR STALLION PRIDE!
Purchase your school T-shirt, Hoodie or Water bottle. Boys, Girls, Women & Men's sizes are available. Shirts can be ordered in the school office.
Davis School District is responsible for Child Find identification and evaluation for all students suspected of having a disability residing in Davis County. This includes children (birth through 21 years of age) who are in public schools, private schools, are being home schooled, are preschoolers (birth to five years) and are in need of an evaluation for possible special education or early intervention services. Early identification and intervention may be essential to your child’s development.
If your child is having significant difficulty with vision, hearing, speech, behavior, is experiencing slow development typical for his/her age, physical development or learning difficulty, he/she may be a child with a disability that requires specialized instruction through special education. If you suspect that your school age child may have a disability, please contact your neighborhood school principal or special education department at 801-402-5169.
If your child’s age is birth to three years or three to five years, contact the Davis Early Learning Center at 801-402-5409.
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