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Important Dates!
May 2-6 Scholastic Book Fair (Buy 1, get 1 free)
May 4 Scholastic Book Fair Parent Night
May 16 4th grade field trip - Bowling/Theater/Park
May 17 5th grade field trip - Orem/Classic Skating
May 17 1st grade field trip - Fountain Green Hatchery
May 18 3rd grade field trip - Palisade State Park
May 18 4th grade field trip - Ephraim Pioneer Park
May 23/25 May Day Practice at Snow College 9 am
May 23-25 Junior Olympics at EES
May 26 May Day - 10 am - Snow College Football Stadium
May 27 Last day of school, excused at 10 am
May Day
Summer Bridge/ Summer Reading

The annual EES May Day program will be held on Thursday, May 26th at 10:00 am. The program will be held OUTSIDE (weather permitting) at the Snow College Robert Stoddard field. The theme this year is "It's a Small World". Remember that there will be no school held the day of the program. Students should be at the football field by 9:45 am. The program should last about an hour and we'll see you there!!! We appreciate Mrs. Jodi Hansen, May Day chairman, and her committee for helping to put the program together. We appreciate the wonderful and talented teachers and students for all their time and effort. Thank you to Snow College facilities and staff who help make this program possible each year and thank you to parents for your support of EES!

Summer Bridge Workbooks are available for purchase again this year. These academic workbooks serve as a summer reading incentive program that help prevent "summer loss", strengthen academic skills, and help students return to school prepared. Students currently enrolled in kindergarten through 4th grade are eligible for the Summer Reading Reward Field Trip when we return to school in August. Any student may purchase or request a Summer Bridge Workbook OR FREE Summer Reading Packet which both focus on Math, Reading, Language Arts and Writing. 


Notes have been sent home to parents on how to purchase workbooks or request packets from the library. In addition to completing and returning the workbook/packet, students should read 20 minutes per day for 15 days each month (June, July, August.) To qualify for the reward field trip, a reading calendar signed by the parent must be turned in with the workbook/packet. Don't let your kids suffer "summer loss" Keep their skills up though the summer. Questions? Contact Mrs. Shauna Wayman, librarian.

Scholastic Book Fair

Stop by the library and shop the amazing selection of books at the fair May 2nd-6th. Buy one, get 1 free is an excellent deal to build your home library. 

The summer lunch program will be held June 1 through June 30. Lunch can be picked up at the Ephraim Sports Park on 300 N 200 E or at Ephraim Elementary School between 11:30 am and 12:00 pm. Lunch is free for children ages 0-18 years old.

Junior Olympics will be held May 23-25. Classes will participate by individual grade levels. Monday - 5th grade, Tuesday -1st-3rd grade and Wednesday - 4th grade. All activities will be held outside in the afternoon, after lunch. Please make sure your student brings a water bottle and jacket, wears sunscreen, and good running shoes for games!

Retirement and Farewell

Our wonderful librarian, Mrs. Shauna Wayman, is retiring after 10 fun-filled years at Ephraim Elementary! We wish her the best in all her new adventures and will remember all of the special memories she has created for students and staff. She has been an amazing part of Ephraim Elementary and will surely be missed! Congratulations to Mrs. Heidi Bahlmann who has been hired as the new librarian.

Also, Mrs. Jodi Hansen, 1st grade teacher, is leaving EES this year. We appreciate her and the fun she brought to 1st grade. We welcome our new teacher, Jaidyn Merchant. We are excited to have her!


Mark your calendars! On May 16-20 the PTA is holding "Penny Wars!" This is a fundraiser where students and staff bring pennies to fill up jars in a schoolwide contest! The money will be collected daily! Start collecting and saving pennies! Thanks to our fundraising committee: Jana Ogden and Brooke Hallows. We'd like to also extend a special thank you to our PTA President, Cassey Peterson and board: Tawnya Rasmussen and Audrey Thompson. We appreciate all PTA members and those wonderful volunteers who have helped throughout this year in any capacity! Thanks for a job well done PTA! 


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