“Aspen is an innovative, nurturing community dedicated to educating all
Coming Events, Daily Schedule, and Miscellaneous Announcements
FEBRUARY – CHARACTER TRAIT: FORGIVENESS
- 1 – Monday Morning Assembly, 9:30 am
- 1 – 5 – Book Fair
- 1 – 12 – Val-0-Grams Sold
- 3 – Parent Conferences, 4:00 – 7:30 pm
- 4 – Parent Conferences, 4:00 – 7:30 pm
- 5 – PTA Meeting, 9:30 am
- 15 – President’s Day, No School
- 17 – SCC Meeting, 3:30 pm
- 19 – 5th Grade Maturation, 1:00 pm
- 22 – Storytelling Festival, 9:30 am
- 22 – Chinese New Year Celebration, 5:30 pm
- 23 – Donut Date, 2nd Grade, 9:25 am
- 23 – PTA Council Meeting, 10:00 am
- 26 – 4th Grade Field Trip
- 26 – End of 2nd Trimester
- 29 – Mar. 4 – Literacy Week
Early Out Monday
A.M. Kindergarten 9:15 – 12:00
P.M. Kindergarten 12:35 – 2:30
1 – 6 Early 8:00 – 1:15
1 – 6 Late 9:15 – 2:30
Regular Day (Tues-Fri)
A.M. Kindergarten 9:15 – 12:00
P.M. Kindergarten 12:35 – 3:30
1 – 6 Early 8:00 – 2:15
1 – 6 Late 9:15 – 3:30
HOW IS ASPEN DOING?
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We would like to welcome our new teachers for the 2016 – 2017 school year.
Lila Jensen – 3rd Grade Chinese Immersion
I was born and raised in Taiwan. For the last 20 years, I have traveled and lived in the US as well as Taiwan and Japan. I graduated from BYU-Hawaii and have taught Chinese as second language for many years. It’s been my passion to learn and exchange the intercultural experiences with others, especially with youth. I’ve been involved with an international student homestay program and Asian Chinese Speaking group. This is my first year teaching 3rd grade Dual Immersion at Aspen Elementary School. I enjoy reading books, practicing yoga, and exploring the outdoors with my family.
Katherine Sanderson – Intern
Hello! My name is Katherine Sanderson (soon to be Katherine Ray) and I’m so excited to be interning at Aspen Elementary this fall. Just a little bit about me- I was born in Maryland and grew up there with my mom, dad, and two older siblings. My dad got a new job and we moved out to Utah in 2000 to the same house my parents still live in today.
All while growing up school was very important to me and something I worked hard for. I was able to skip a grade and graduated from high school two classes short of having my Associate’s degree through Salt Lake Community College. I’m currently a senior at UVU working towards my Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. I love learning and I hope within my career to help all my students gain a love of learning as well!
Johnathan Hale – Intern
My name is Johnathan Hale. I’m from Orem, Utah and have lived in Orem my whole life except for a two year span from 2010-2012, when I lived in the Philippines. The rest of my family (my mom and 4 other siblings) were born in England. I had a British accent as a child. In grade school it slowly wore off. I received my Associates of Science Degree in 2014 from UVU, and am graduating from UVU’s school of education spring 2017.
My hobbies/interests cover a wide spectrum. A few of them include golf, basketball, hunting, fishing, skiing, sitting on the couch watching football (both the American version and British version of football), hiking, biking, running, camping, reading, learning, and the all time favorite, eating! I also enjoy history and keeping up to date with current events. I love helping others learn and grow and I am excited to be working at Aspen Elementary!
Watch Aspen Elementary’s
Chinese Immersion Video.
DONATE TO ASPEN
You can now donate to Aspen Elementary (through the Alpine Foundation) online.
Donations are tax deductible. Thank you for your support of Aspen Elementary.
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