Aug 12 - New Student Registration -- 9:00-1:30 pm Aug 18 - Class Placement Letters Mailed
Aug 22 - Grades 1-6 -- Open House -- 2:00-3:00 pm
Aug 25 -
Grades 1-6 -- First Day of School Aug 27 - Kindergarten -- First Day of School
Farewell 6th Grade
Beacon Heights students gathered around the flagpole on the last day of school to say good-bye to the 6th graders.
Good Luck 6th Graders
Posted Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Beacon Bobcats had a great Field Day. Water slides, relays, and sack races were just a few of the many activities and competitions. It was a great way to end a great year.
Beacon Heights Students have created projects in the library throughout the year. Because of the limited time to work on them, most are a beginning of what they could be with more time. Please check out the Student Projects page on the library web site. You will find Halloween research, book trailers, instructional videos, and an amazing web page created by a group of 6th grade girls. Check it out here.
Celebration of the Arts
April 4th - 5:30 PM to 8 PM
Join Beacon Heights in the Celebration of the Arts!
Our art celebration will include a gallery stroll of visual art by all the students, class and individual performances, a silent auction with over 100 items, fabulous items at the bake sale and boutique, exciting classes to sign up for the new-this-year Adventure Academy, and a dinner.
Posted Monday, March 31, 2014
Thank you for another great Book Fair. Watch this 30 second video.
Posted Monday, March 31, 2014
We are excited about this year's Spring Book Fair. By supporting our Book Fair you accomplish two things at the same time: get new books into the hands of your children to promote their reading skills, and help the school library program add new books and other learning devices.
Now is your chance to provide input into Beacon heights Library. Mrs. Lewis and Mr. Tim have some questions they would like you to answer. Students, teachers and parents each have a different survey to respond to. Click here if you want to participate.
Posted Thursday, March 13, 2014
Red Ribbon Week
What can you do now to help your child lead a healthy and addiction-free life as they grow?
Checkout this video on bonding (note - does not play on all browsers - try this link)
Posted Friday, February 14, 2014
Chinese New Year at Beacon Heights
Beacon Heights students celebrated Chinese New Year.
For the grand finale, the 4th graders made the paper lanterns. The 3rd graders not only made the masks, but also performed the lion dance and even sang the song!
Read more (in English and Chinese) and watch some video of the festivities.
Posted Wednesday, February 5, 2014
"SAFE" Neighborhood Meeting
On Thursday, February 6 at 6:30 at Beacon Heights, a member of the Red Cross will provide a training to help our neighborhood be prepared in the event of a catastrophic disaster. If an emergency does take place, Beacon Heights and other elementary schools will be a place for family reunification and a source of public information.
Have you ever read a book that changed the way you feel about our world forever? Well, the 6th grade read the book,Maniac Magee by Jerry Spinelli. Because of this book we are completing a service learning project for the citizens of Utah.
In Art Space, as part of our studies of Day and Night (Science), Folktales (Language Arts), Digital Story Telling (Technology), and Warm and Cool Colors (Visual Art), our first grade classes helped to create these wonderful videos using their artwork and amazing reading skills using Photo Story.
The Beacon Heights and Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Programs need your help! This is a critical year, as we are not only fighting for increased funding, but we are also working to secure ongoing funding, which will go a long way to sustaining the BTS Program for years to come.