Students in Mrs. Magleby's class made coding maps and tested them out!
An AR assembly was held to reward students for good behavior and academics. Four awards were given out in each class. We also recognized those students who met their AR goals for second quarter. Keep up the good work!
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Parents, this is a reminder that conferences are currently being held. School gets out at 1:30 p.m. for the rest of the week.
First grade is studying solids, liquids, and gases. They looked at snowflakes and liquids under a microscope. Then, the class compared the difference between the two. What a fun project!
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is on Monday! There will be no school. Please have a fun and safe holiday.
Parents, the weather is changing. Please remember to send your students to school with coats. Thank you!
Students gathered for a Christmas assembly today. Band, 5th and 6th grade Choir, and Orchestra performed. Seeing the progress made by students was wonderful! There will be another performance tonight at 6:30 p.m.
Our fifth grade students and after-school art class went on a field trip today. Students walked to Zions bank and decorated the Christmas tree with their handmade ornaments. How exciting!
Thank you to all those who have donated to the food drive, our barrels are full! Students have earned a pijama day on December 18th, because 1,510 cans have been donated. If we collect 2,000 cans, the school will have a crazy hat/ hair day as well. The last day to donate to the food drive is December 15th, please donate if you can!
Do you need a gift for the holidays? School yearbooks are for sale! Books are $12.00 until December 18th. After that date, the price will increase. Copies are available online when you visit www.jostens.com/yearbooks, and you can also make a check out to Provo Peaks Elementary School. Order forms are available in the front office. Order yours today!
For Christmas this year, Provo Peaks is looking to reward students who are always on task and consistently display good citizenship. Each teacher will nominate two students from their class who have exceptional behavior. On December 10th, two winners will be chosen and rewarded with one of the big prizes!
Provo Peaks celebrated Thanksgiving with a very fun craft! Students wrote things they were thankful for on paper turkey feathers, and stuck them a wall. At the end of the week, there was a beautiful Thanksgiving turkey adorning our school.
Veterans Day was celebrated in the library this week! Students colored in small heart shaped American flags and stuck them on a paper to create a bigger flag. They also wrote thank you notes to veterans.
Students in our Hope Squad and Student Council, along with students from other schools, participated in Provo City School District's Kindness Retreat. These groups spent the day in the Provo Library learning about the importance of getting rid of bullying and replacing it with kindness. Our students had fun listening to songs. Presenters told the groups interesting stories about other people's experiences with bullying. They also enjoyed prizes and a yummy lunch!
Our fourth grade CAS is learning about the water cycle in engineering. Students built water filters and tested them as an activity to further learn how the cycle works. How fun!
Teacher Appreciation Week has started! We are very proud of all the teachers at Provo Peaks, you rock!
The halls of Provo Peaks were filled with both scary and charming costumes today! Our school celebrated Halloween with games in the classrooms and Jurassic Peaks in the lunchroom. Students learned about different species of dinosaurs and were able to feel all their different textures. Jurassic World was later followed with a raffle for prizes. Happy Halloween!
Andrea, second grade, and Tyson, third grade, were the first winners of the Show Your Puma Pride Award. In order to win this award they had to clean up after themselves in the lunchroom, be respectful to the kitchen staff, and be a good friend to their peers. The bikes were donated by the lunchroom. Keep showing that puma pride, good work!
Hello Puma Parents!
It’s that time of year to nominate a teacher for the Golden Apple Award! Please send your nominations to email@example.com and put in the subject header “Golden Apple”. It can be any teacher; it doesn’t have to be your student’s teacher. Also, please explain why you have nominated the teacher. Thank you!
Provo Peaks PTA
Hola Puma padres!
En esta época del año es cuando nominamos a un profesor para el Premio Golden Apple! Por favor envíe sus nominación a firstname.lastname@example.org y ponga en el titulo "Golden Apple". Puede ser cualquier maestro; no tiene que ser el maestro de su hijo(a). También, por favor explique porque ha nominado al profesor. ¡Gracias!
Provo Peaks PTA
Students taking choir classes celebrated Halloween and spread joy by learning multiple Halloween songs and performing them for the front office and several classrooms throughout the school! They incoorperated actions into the performance, making it a real delight to watch. What a "trick-or-treat"!
KSL News did a report on Provo's high performing schools, and Provo Peaks was highlighted! The report mentioned the program we use in our school, STREAMS, and its effectiveness. In the latest state school grades, Provo Peaks received an "A", proving our faculty's abilities and our students' hard work. Keep it up!
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Provo Peaks had its first Latino Parent Night! This is a workshop for Latino parents and their students in sixth grade. Parents received information about middle school and learned how to have a successful seventh grader. This workshop was the first of many, future dates can be found on the school calendar.
Monday October 26- Our School is Drug Free
Wear School Colors and School shirts
Tuesday October 27- My Future is Too Bright for Drugs
Wear Neon Colors and Sunglasses
Wednesday October 28- From Head to Toe, I am Drug Free
Crazy socks and crazy hair day (students may color their hair as long as it is washed out by the next day)
Thursday October 29- Dream Big! Don't Do Drugs!
Friday October 30- Halloween! Drugs are Scary
Wear your costumes
Sixth grader Luis was voted Student Council President! Along with other council members, Luis will be in charge of being a good example, fostering a culture of kindness and inclusion. Other responsibilities include Monday announcements, hall/ breakfast duty, preparing and organizing specific assemblies, and volunteering in school events. Congratulations!
Students running for student council will have a week to campaign. They will have the opportunity to hang up posters and convince their classmates to vote for them. Good luck and happy campaigning!
As a reminder, there is no After School this week. Enjoy your break!
Don't forget to return your emergency kit to the classroom teacher. Click on the link above to get more information on what should be included.
If you are interested in getting some free tutoring help for your child, click on the link above to get more information.
The vision of Provo Peaks is to perform on a metacognitive and creative level.
The mission of Provo Peaks is to foster a culture of pride in ourselves and our school. By understanding our strengths and weaknesses, we are accountable for our own growth and we can achieve and surpass high expectations. By becoming critical thinkers and active learners, we invest in ourselves and our future.
We commit to…
having civilly honest conversations
being dedicated and consistent as a school team
having a safe environment where all opinions are valued
making sure that all student's needs are the focus of all decisions
reaching consensus (willing to make compromises and move forward as one)
8:35 A.M. - 3:45 P.M.
Monday-Thursday 8:40 A.M. - 3:20 P.M. and
Friday 8:40 A.M. - 1:30 P.M.
We have additional early outs for professional development.
Please refer to the school calendar for additional information.
A transition bell rings at 8:30 A.M. The 8:40 A.M. bell indicates the beginning of instructional time and students are expected to be in their sits at this time. The 3:20 P.M. bell indicates the end of school.
For the safety of our students, we ask you to bring your children no earlier than 8:30 A.M. This is the time when teachers are available to supervise our students. In bad weather (heavy rain or very cold day), students are welcome to wait in the gym starting at 8:20 A.M. through the NW door (closest to the gymnasium)and wait in the gymnasium .
If you are dropping off or sending your child to receive school breakfast, they can access the lunch room no earlier than 7:55 A.M. through the outside lunch room door on 600 East.
Thank you for support!
Monday-Thursday 8:40 A.M. - 11:35 A.M.
and Friday/early out 8:40 A.M. - 10:45 A.M.
Monday-Thursday 12:20 P.M. - 3:20 P.M.
and Friday/early out 11:20 A.M. - 1:30 P.M.
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2013-14 SAGE Summative average proficiencies shown below reflect a new baseline for Utah's end of level testing. The new SAGE test is different than the previous Criteria Referenced Tests (CRT), and more challenging, and therefore cannot be compared to CRT results from previous years. SAGE tests are adaptive, with questions based on new Utah Core standards, and contain technology-based questions versus all multiple choice.
The Provo City School District supports equal opportunity for students, staff, parents and guests and complies with state and federal law regulation including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and Title IX of the Education Amendments. The District does not discriminate in programs services, activities or employment on the basis of religion, sex, sexual orientation, race, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, or disability.
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