Mt. Pleasant Elementary
Home of the Bears!
Congratulations to Ms. Colette Thompson on her retirement!
Jump rope winners 1st-3rd
1st Place- Abby
2nd Place- Amelia
3rd Place- Jack
Jump rope winners 4th-6th
Overall Champion- Chase
1st Place- Not Pictured
2nd Place- Brielle
3rd Place- Taycee
Sanpete Pantry Mobile Outreach
Thank You PTA!!!
We want to give a big "THANK YOU" to our amazing PTA! They did a great job with staff appreciation week. We all felt Appreciated and loved.
Wheels and Ice Cream PTA Activity!
We want to congratulate Mrs. Jenna Larsen on receiving Mt. Pleasant Elementary teacher of the year. Thank you for all you do for our school!
Utah Shake-Out Drill at MPE
PTA Bear Drawing Contest Winners
March madness fun with 5th grade math!
School Breakfast Week Winners
Thank you to our lunch ladies for all they do!!! The winners of the breakfast week drawing are (left to right) Remi, Kaizley, Liam, and Paxton!! CONGRATULATIONS!!
my529 / Utah Jump$tart My Future Job Contest Winners:
1st Place: Hailey
2nd Place: Haizlee
3rd Place: Kyle
Judges Choice: Korbin
At Mt. Pleasant Elementary We Are Drug And Alcohol Free.
Some Fun Art in 6th Grade!!
Student Body Officers 2020/2021
Vice President- McKray, President- Chase, Secretary- Noha, Historian- Aibree.
As the district elementary school counselor I serve five schools. My job is to advocate for students and provide tools to help them be the best they can be! One way I do this is by visiting each classroom monthly to present a lesson.
During September our lesson was about the importance of planning ahead and choosing the harder but worth it track instead of the fast and easy track. You can ask your child to share with you what that means. This month we’ll be talking about what labels are and how negative labels can hurt your future, but positive labels can help you achieve your goals and attain better opportunities. Ultimately, the label you wear depends on you: you can change your negative labels by changing your actions and showing others your strengths and positive traits. We’ll also discuss how pressure situations are best handled by maintaining control of your emotions and selecting positive defense mechanisms (those that don’t hurt yourself or others).
Last year we learned about Mindfulness. To continue Mindfulness teachers are doing mindfulness practices with their class using videos created from those lessons. If you’d like to learn more about mindfulness check out this video, it’s a great one to watch with the whole family. https://spark.adobe.com/video/SQIgndDZGrwbk
Welcome Back To School
Since this year things will look a little different and we are unable to have a back to school night we have some links to information that should help your student's first day be a little easier.
Welcome back video from Principal Orton Click Here
Back to School Powerpoint Click Here
Meet the PTA video Click Here
To watch a video from each of our teachers please visit the Teacher Links tab at the top of the page.
Staggered after school dismissal schedule
1st grade and Kindergarten Monday - Thursday 2:30, Friday 12:30
3rd Grade Monday - Thursday 2:27, Friday 12:27
2nd Grade Monday - Thursday 2:30, Friday 12:30
4th Grade Monday - Thursday 2:27, Friday 12:27
5th Grade Monday - Thursday 2:30, Friday 12:30
6th Grade Monday - Thursday 2:32, Friday 12:32
Teacher's classes that have crosswalk or bus duty will be dismissed at 2:25
Please talk with your students about where you will be picking them up or how they will get home before they come to school.
Congratulations to Mrs. Sheron Larsen on her retirement!
MPE 2020-2021 Goals
80% of students in each grade level will be green or blue on the ORF DIBELs assessment by the end of the year.
(BOY is 65%)
Each grade level has chosen one specific guaranteed viable curriculum item to focus on. The goal is to have 80% of students prove proficiency on the specific GVC by the end of the year.