To review for their math benchmark, our 3rd grade students participated in "The Glow Games." Students went to different stations and played a game to review drawing arrays and equal groups as a multiplication strategy, solving word problems, and finding area.
Random Acts of Kindness Day (9/26/18)
The 2018-19 Battle of the Books lists have now been posted:
Our amazing Speech-Language Pathologist, Heather Wiest, was honored as Butterfield Canyon Elementary School 2018 JEF-Jordan Education Foundation- Outstanding Educator. We are so grateful for her talents and abilities in helping our students reach their speech and language goals. Congratulations!
Jordan Education Foundation celebrated 6 outstanding individuals who have poured their heart into their careers supporting Jordan District students and teachers. Our own Connie Robinson, Head Administrative Assistant, Butterfield Canyon Elementary School was one of the 6 classified employees honored at the Board Meeting on Tuesday. Congratulations to the 2018 Jordan Education Foundation Outstanding Classified Employees! Thank you for your dedication. We're in good hands!
We are proud to announce that our 3rd-6th grade students participated in our school-wide Battle of the Books on Friday, March 23rd. To prepare for the competition our students read the following number of pages:
Congratulations to our BCE Battle of the Book Winner!
Students met with District 13 State Senator Jacob Anderegg, whose district includes Butterfield Canyon Elementary. They have been studying the importance of rules and laws, so the field trip was a great way to show the students how laws are made and who represents them.
They were even introduced from the Senate floor and received a round of applause!
Mrs. Joos recently received the Crystal Apple Award presented by Mario Pia from Horace Mann. Here is why she was nominated:
Left to right: Mario Pia (Horace Mann), Mrs. Joos, Ms. Anderson (JEA Rep) & Candie Checketts (Assistant Principal)
The Kids and Cops Art Competition is sponsored through the Sorenson Legacy Foundation with the Unified Police Department. The purpose of the competition is to help foster a relationship of trust and mutual respect between law enforcement and the community, brought together through art. Students were given the task of creating an original piece of art to support reducing violence, bullying and drugs, and discouraging unsafe practices such as texting an driving. A special thanks to our AMAZING Beverley Taylor Sorenson Art teacher, April Barnes, who provided mini lessons on these topics and facilitated an opportunity for all of our students to participate in this contest.
Congratulations to our winners of the Kids & Cops Art Competition:
2nd Place: Maycee Bright, 6th Grade
2nd Place: Kylee Carter, 4th Grade
3rd Place: Haley Keller, 5th Grade
3rd Place: Eva Newland, 5th Grade
Honorable Mention: Cache Noble, Clara King, Weston Echols, Sophie Venema, Ashlynn Ryplen, Ashlyn Preece & Aven Soffe
Special Recognition: Jaiden Mickelson, Matthew Wegesend, Olivia Jewkes, Kenadee King, Reagan Walkenhorst & Stockton Venema
Red Ribbon Week
Our PTA Red Ribbon Week is this week:
Tuesday, November 14th: “Doing drugs is crazy” – Crazy Hair Day
Wednesday, November 15th: “Sock it to drugs” – Crazy Socks Day
Thursday, November 16th: “We are putting a CAP on drugs” – Hat Day
Friday, November 17th: “Don’t let your team down by doing drugs” – Wear Team or School Apparel Day
Thank you for your support!