Thursday, January 19, 2017

Parents who have a child starting Kindergarten in the fall need to fill out the following link:
Register for Kindergarten 2017-2018

More information will come later.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Hello Everyone,
We are excited that snow days and winter break are over and we can now focus on learning again.  Thank you to everyone for your attention to our announcements on those days.
Here is the Newsletter for January.


"Thank you to everyone that participated in the food drive in December.  It is always nice to give back a little and help others.  We used two habits as we did this by synergizing to help others and sharpening the saw.  We donated a total of 829 items, which weighed 727 pounds worth of food. 
We often talk about Beginning with the End in Mind at our school.  This means that we look at our goals and where we want to be, then we live so that we can accomplish those goals.  As the new year approaches we can Begin with the End in Mind by making and setting new goals.  You may want to look at writing a personal mission statement as well.  Our School Mission statement is, “Everybody Leads, Everybody Learns Everybody Loves”.  This helps us make decisions and focus what we do on those three areas. 
There are a lot of weather related issues that we are having to start the new year.  Please make sure that students come to school with proper winter clothes.  Student safety is always at the forefront of our thoughts as we decide what to do in extreme weather.  If you feel that your child cannot make it to school safely, please contact us and let us know. 
Many people have asked about the make up days for the snow days that we had recently.  Those have not been decided yet, we will let you know as soon as a decision is made. 
Parent Teacher Conferences will be on February 22/24.

Mr. Morris" 

Friday, September 30, 2016

We will be celebrating our National Blue Ribbon School honor on Wednesday, October 5th at 5:00 with cake, ice cream, music and games.  Please join us.
Here is the Newsletter!!click here

Friday, September 2, 2016

Principal’s Message: Click here for the September Newsletter
Thank you to everyone for a fantastic first week of school!  Students, parents, teachers and staff all excelled in every way.  I am so glad that everyone had such a good week.  We are thrilled to have our kindergarten students starting on Tuesday. 
Leadership is our focus as a Leader in Me School.  We are working to live and teach the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.  As we look out our “End in Mind” of becoming a Lighthouse School we see that having students teach the habits at home is an area where we want to improve.  Parents, Look for information this year about a program for students to earn badges by teaching the habits at home.  If you have experiences of the students teaching them at home please let us know so that we can document incidents like that.  This community is amazing, and I want to thank all of your for what you do to help and support the school.  We had 38 people help contribute to the Eagle Scout Project at our school in August. 
I wanted to take a minute and remind parents that we need the pickup loop left open until 2:20 so that a group of students can be picked up at that time. 
We are starting up a program to encourage dads to be more involved in our school.  We have called it Discovery P.O.D.s.  They are sponsoring a “Dads and doughnuts” activity at 8:00 am on Saturday September 17th. 



Monday, June 6, 2016

New Students

Summer is here, and we can be hard to get in touch with.  So if you have any questions, please email jeff.morris@besd.net

If you are new to Discovery and would like to register a student please use the link below.  
Register New Students

You can follow our PTA on Facebook: Discovery Elementary P.T.A. Brigham City, UT

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

2016-2017 Supply Lists

As they become available we will post the supply lists here.

“NOTICE: THE ITEMS ON THIS LIST WILL BE USED DURING THE REGULAR SCHOOL DAY. THEY MAY BE BROUGHT FROM HOME ON A VOLUNTARY BASIS, OTHERWISE, THEY WILL BE FURNISHED BY THE SCHOOL.”

Kindergarten
Pkg 16 or 24 crayons
Pencils
Glue sticks
Clorox wipes
Lg box Kleenex tissue
Fine tip expo dry erase markers

Hand sanitizer


First Grade
Pencils
Fine Tip dry erase markers
Glue sticks
Large erasers/pencil top erasers
Disinfectant wipes
Hand sanitizer
Tissues


Second Grade
If you can donate any of the following items to our class, it will be appreciated.
These items will be for classroom use rather than personal use. Please do not put your child's name on them.

Disinfecting wipes
Tissues
Hand sanitizer
Black Expo fine tip markers
Glue sticks 
24 count crayon 
Pencil Box (personal use)
2 pocket folders (simple, solid colors)
1 3-prong folder (simple, solid color)

Please do NOT bring:
Markers
Scissors
Colored Pencils
Pencil Sharpeners
Fancy pencils, because they can't be sharpened in our sharpeners
Cell phones

Toys


Third Grade
Kleenex Box
Skinny Black dry erase markers
Post Its
Disinfecting wipes
pencils
24 count crayons

Glue Sticks


Fourth Grade
4th Grade School Supply List

Here is the suggested school supply list.  These items are not required, but will help with the upcoming school year. 

  • Pencils (#2 or mechanical pencils are okay)
  • Red pens
  • Normal sized pencil box
  • One inch 3-ring binder
  • Lined white paper (to be used with the 3-ring binder)
  • Scissors (full size or big kid)
  • Protractor
  • Highlighter
  • 3 notebooks
  • 2- 2 Pocket folders
  • 1- 3 Prong folder
  • Colored pencils, crayons or washable markers
  • Backpack
  • Clean Sock (to be used as an eraser)


If you would like to donate a box of tissues or disinfectant wipes, our class would greatly appreciate it.


**Students may also bring a water bottle.**

Please do NOT bring:

·        Oversized binder (Trapper Keeper style)
·        Cell phone

·        Toys


Fifth Grade
These items are to be used by YOUR student


·        PENCILS (#2 or mechanical pencils)
·        Red ink pens for correcting
·        Highlighter
·        Zipped pencil pouch or pencil box
·        2-2 pocket folder
·        1-1.5 inch 3 ring binder
·        4 notebooks
·        Dry erase markers (small tip works best)
·        Backpack



The following items I have available to share, but students may wish to bring their own.


·        Crayons/ washable markers/ colored pencils
·        Scissors- to be used by big 5th grade hands
·        Glue
·        Glue stick
·        Lined white paper



If you would like to donate- we would LOVE these
·        Disinfectant wipes
·        TISSUES, TISSUES, TISSUES
·        Hand sanitizer

**Students may also bring a water bottle, however if it becomes a toy,
 I will request them to take it home**

Please do NOT bring:
·        Oversized binder (Trapper Keeper style)


·        Cell phone
·        Toys
·        Personal pencil sharpeners
·        Fancy pencils-they will NOT sharpen in the pencil sharpener



Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Last Day of School for Half Day Kindergarten students:
June 3rd is the last day of school.  Our Kindergarten students in Mrs. Fawcett/Rupper's classes will ALL be attending from 8:30-10:30.  They will get the meet their first grade teachers, and will get to enjoy the full field day events at the school.

Field Day 2016 Schedule
9:30 – 10:30 am Kindergarten and Special Needs

POPSICLES
OBSTACLE
SLIDE
CASTLE
9:30-9:45
Orgill
AM
PM
Hansen
9:45-10:00
AM
PM
Hansen
Orgill
10:00-10:15
PM
Hansen
Orgill
AM
10:15-10:30
Hansen
Orgill
AM
PM
 Kindergarten Dismissed at 10:30
10:30 am – 12:30 pm 1st through 5th grades


DUNK TANK
POPSICLES
OBSTACLE COURSE
SLIDE
CASTLE
10:30–10:50
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
10:50–11:10
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
1st
11:10-11:30
3rd
4th
5th
1st
2nd
11:30-11:50
4th
5th
1st
2nd
3rd
11:50-12:10
5th
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
12:10-12:30
SPRINKLERS