Showing posts from 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
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 Proj…

New Students

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

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

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2016-2017 Supply Lists

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

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

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

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…
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
May Newsletter

Please see the Newsletter for all announcements.  There are many great things going on this last month of the year.  I hope we all have a safe and fun rest of the school year.
April's Newsletter
Spring Break is here! I hope everyone has a fun and safe week off.

Safety is always a concern in schools, and in the last week you may have

noticed a few changes to our pickup and drop off areas. Parents please follow

the directions in our loop and remember that these changes are for the safety

of our students. No amount of time saved is worth risking the safety of

yourself or others. Here are some ways that we can make sure our pick up and

drop off area runs smoothly.

 Only use the loop when dropping off students. Please do not pull in the bus

parking area.

 Always make sure that children cross the road with an adult.

 Always listen to the adults on duty.

 Arrange seating in the car so students can get out on the passenger side so

that other cars are not trying to pass on the side they exit from. When

our fourth child was born I went and put the baby’s car seat in the

“perfect” spot, my wife then promptly told me that it had to be on the

other side so that …
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Beginning Monday, February 1st, 2016, Box Elder School District will be administering school climate surveys.  The purpose is to gather stakeholder input about teachers, principals, and schools.  All parents/ guardians are invited to participate by filling out an online survey.  Responses are anonymous and no personal information is collected.  Results will be given to teachers and administrators and used to improve classrooms and schools.  The surveys are short, taking about 10 minutes to complete.  There is a link to the survey on the school website.  If you do not have a computer, please come and take the survey at the school where we have a computer set up for you, or you can take it on any public computer such as those available at a public library. The survey is available in English and Spanish.
You can access the survey by clicking here: Parent Survey

All 3rd-5th grade students will take the survey in Computers: Student Survey
or by typing http://b…
Kindergarten Registration is Coming! If you have a child that will be starting kindergarten next school year please fill out this form.  At our Kindergarten registration at the school we are going to have some great activities.  It is February 24th and we will have Miss. Bindergarten here along with Ashley Wolff the creator of the Miss Bindergarten stories.  There will also be prizes and gifts for the students.  This year the Treehouse Museum is teaming with our school to help us make this the best Kindergarten registration we have ever had!
Here is the January Newsletter Welcome back from break.  It is difficult to come back from such a relaxing and fun time of the year, but I am excited to be back at school today.  There are a few things that we have to look forward to in the new year.  Our DIBELS testing will be on Feb 2-3 and we are excited to see how our student’s have improved in their reading.  We also have a Sonic night coming up.  Sonic will be donating 20% of their profits on 1/26 to our school.  Look for more info.  Before our vacation we had a couple of donation drives that our school was a part of.  Our school district collected over 1,400 stuffed animals for EMS to give to comfort children dealing with emergencies.  Our school collected around 100 of these.  We also had the toy drive where our school collected and donated 170 toys to the Family Support Center.  Thank you for your generosity and caring as we looked to share with others in the community.  And I also want to thank Mrs. Bailey and others that hel…