Art City Eagles

May 2, 2022

What's Happening?

If at any time you have questions or concerns, please contact your child's teacher, call the office or email me -

Lost and Found: We have many coats/jackets and other items in our lost and found. We would really love for these items to make their way home. Please check to make sure you have coats, jackets, lunchboxes, etc. If you are missing anything, check the lost and found. Unclaimed items will be donated on May 31.

Not returning to Art City for the 22-23 school year: Please call the office and let Natalie know if your student will not be returning for next school year. This will allow her to take their enrollment out of the system and prevent her from emailing you this summer to complete registration.

Returning for the 22-23 school year: Please make sure you log on and complete the registration for next school year. Natalie will be sending out reminder emails throughout the summer. We can not make student placement decisions until registration is complete.

2022-2023 School Year: This time of year I begin to think about NEXT school year. When thinking about student placement for next year, please know that I do not take specific teacher requests. However, if you have an educational concern regarding your child, please email me and let me know of your concerns. There are many factors that go into student placement. I spend many, many hours on this task and do my best to be extremely thoughtful with student placement. I appreciate parents letting me know of concerns. Again, please email me these concerns BEFORE the end of this school year. Please do not request a specific teacher. If you feel it best to come in and visit in person, please email and we can set up a time to talk through your concerns so that I can make the best decision for all students and teachers.

Specialty classes do a lot of integration and have great learning opportunities for our students. Check out what they are doing this week.

PE this week: TK-2 Fitness Games and Challenges. Lesson Focus -Movement, Running and Racquet Skills.

3-4 Track and Field Skills. 5th -Partner Fitness. Lesson Focus - Corn Hole Skills.

Music this week: K-3rd Carnival of the Animals (Fossils) 4-5th Take Musical Elements Test

Computers this week: Grades 1-3 will play with coding mice this week, programming a toy mouse to run through a maze. 4th and 5th grades will try to beat Mrs. Farr in a typing race. If needed, 5th graders will be able to finish their films.

Library this week: All grades will go over their library accounts. They will also read some fun picture books if time allows. Please help your students find and return all library and home reading books. Thank you for your help!

Upcoming Events

May 4: 4th Grade Track Meet

May 4: 5th Grade - Hope of America 7:30 pm at BYU (students to be there at 6:15)

May 6: Kinder to the zoo. ALL kinder students attend all day.

May 6: Last day to apply for free/reduced price lunch for Pandemic EBT relief fund

May 9: Emergency Drill

May 11: 3rd Grade Track Meet

May 13: All library and take home books due.

May 14: Bike With the Mayor 10:00 am. Check city website for more details.

May 20: Last day of pre-school and kindergarten

May 24: 5th Grade Celebration 2:00 (date change)

May 25: Staff vs 5th grade kickball game

May 26: Field Day

May 27: Last Day of School Dismissal at noon

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Households Must Apply for Free or Reduced-price Lunch by May 6 To Be Eligible for Pandemic EBT

Households Must Apply for Free or Reduced-price Lunch by May 6 To Be Eligible for Pandemic EBT

Submitted by lana.hiskey on Tue, 04/19/2022 - 13:17

Households Must Apply for Free or Reduced-price Lunch by May 6 To Be Eligible for Pandemic EBT

SALT LAKE CITY – Utah households will need to apply for free or reduced-price meal benefits with their local school no later than May 6 to be potentially eligible for pandemic EBT (P-EBT). P-EBT can help individuals purchase food if their children have temporarily lost access to free or reduced-price meals due to school closures from COVID-related emergencies, or other COVID-related school absences during the 2021-2022 school year. To qualify for P-EBT, individuals must be signed up for free or reduced-price school meals.

During the 2021-22 school year, all students, regardless of income status, can receive one free breakfast and one free lunch each day they attend school. However, this does not qualify students for P-EBT, nor does it automatically give students free-reduced status. To determine the free-reduced status of a student, individuals must apply through their school.

Individuals can find information on how to contact their local school at:

Please visit for more information on the P-EBT program. Kimberly Loveland, child nutrition programs coordinator

801-538 7684 ∙

Becky Wickstrom, public information officer, Utah Department of Workforce Services
801-875-9696 ∙

Must Apply for Free and Reduced-Price Meals before May 6 for P-EBT.

School Hours

8:15-8:40 A.M.: Teacher Preparation Time

8:15 am: Doors unlocked

8:15 Breakfast Begins

8:20 A.M.: Outside Duty Begins

8:40 A.M.: First Bell/End of Breakfast Service/End of Outside Supervision

8:45 A.M.: Tardy Bell/ School Starts

2:15 P.M. Monday Dismissal

3:00 P.M.: Tuesday-Friday Dismissal


11:25-12:00 P.M.: 1st Grade Lunch

11:35-12:10 P.M.: 2nd Grade Lunch

11:40-12:15 P.M.: 3rd Grade Lunch

11:45-12:20 P.M.: 4th Grade Lunch

11:50-12:25 P.M.: 5th Grade Lunch

Kindergarten Schedule:

AM: 8:45-11:20 Daily

PM: 12:15-2:15 Monday, 12:15-3:00 Tuesday-Friday

Transitional Kindergarten Schedule


AM: 8:45 - 11:00

PM: 12:00 - 2:15

Tuesday – Friday

AM: 8:45 - 11:20

PM: 12:20 – 3:00

Preschool Schedule

Sara Aguila

AM Session: 8:30-11 (Tuesday - Friday)

PM Session: 11:30-2:00 (Tuesday - Friday)

Crossing Guard Duty (Springville City Police)

900 East Center

8:20-8:55 Daily

11:15-12:35 Daily

2:40-3:15 Daily