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Serve Daily - - BUILDING COMMUNITY - By Lana Hiskey

An­nounce­ments are help­ing me be­come a bet­ter leader by help­ing me step out of my Stu­dents, par­ents and staff from Salem’s com­fort zone and it helps the kids to know Mt. Loafer Ele­men­tary School de­scribed what’s on the agenda. school pro­grams and demon­strated skills “On stu­dent coun­cil, each mem­ber gets they had learned dur­ing a re­cent meet­ing to help on a spe­cial com­mit­tee. If you are of the Nebo School District Board of Ed­u­ca­tion. in the en­ergy com­mit­tee, you get to help save elec­tric­ity by turn­ing off all the com­put­ers

Mt. Loafer Prin­ci­pal Sarah Black­hurst in the com­puter lab at the end of thanked the board and Nebo District Su­per­in­ten­dent each day. The Spirit Day com­mit­tee helps Rick Nielsen for the op­por­tu­nity pro­mote spirit by go­ing around to classes to present in­for­ma­tion about her and see­ing who wore their Spirit Day shirt. school. “Mt. Loafer Ele­men­tary School Not only does this help the stu­dents, but is hon­ored and ex­cited to share with you it helps me to re­mem­ber to wear my own how won­der­ful it is to be a Griz­zly,” she Spirit Day shirt. The peo­ple on the wel­come said. “Mt. Loafer Ele­men­tary is in its 21st com­mit­tee get to take new stu­dents year of aca­demic ex­cel­lence and, most on a tour of the school so they know their im­por­tantly, a won­der­ful cul­ture of stu­dent way around their new school and so they lead­ers and learn­ers. Tonight I have feel like they have a friend. Each term we brought some of our most amaz­ing, tal­ented switch around the com­mit­tees so that we Max E Nel­son was born July 9, 1920, (Wendy), Stu­art and driven stu­dents, teach­ers and par­ents all have a chance to be on each com­mit­tee. in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Ephraim Ray­mond (Kathryn), Karl with me to share how much we love This term I’m on the wel­come com­mit­tee. and Har­riet Black­ham Nel­son. He (Kim), Denise our school.” We haven’t had any new kids move in this passed away Oct. 19, 2016, in Genola, (Todd Ekins), Nel­son Bar­rett, a sixth-grade stu­dent term, but I am so ex­cited for a stu­dent to Utah David (Irene), at Mt. Loafer Ele­men­tary, pre­sented the move in so I can be their friend and take

He had four broth­ers and two sis­ters: Jonathan (Lori); fol­low­ing to the board: “This year at Mt. them on the tour. This year on our stu­dent Rad­cliffe, McClain, Bernal, Eu­gene, Leone foster chil­dren, Loafer Ele­men­tary, we are learn­ing all coun­cil, we have a bully preven­tion spe­cial­ist. and Lau­rue. He resided in Moroni, 43 grand­chil­dren about our su­per pow­ers. We are learn­ing His job is to help pre­vent bul­ly­ing Utah, and Genola, Utah, and at­tended and 81 that our su­per­pow­ers are that we can be by mak­ing an an­nounce­ment once a week school in Goshen and Payson as well as at great- grand­chil­dren. learn­ers. This year we will be fo­cus­ing about bul­ly­ing and how to stop it. He also Brigham Young Univer­sity. He on 10 spe­cific skills to help im­prove our gets to help the school coun­selor present

He served as a mis­sion­ary in the North was pre­ceded be­hav­ior and our learn­ing abil­i­ties here anti-bul­ly­ing mes­sages to classes. The Cen­tral States Mis­sion and later in the in death by a at school. Some of the skills that we will bully preven­tion spe­cial­ist de­vel­ops lead­er­ship Army Air Force. He later served a mis­sion daugh­ter- in- law, be learn­ing and ap­ply­ing in­clude set­ting skills by teach­ing kids how to not to Adam-ondi-Ah­man, Mis­souri. Dar­leis Nel­son goals, seek­ing and giv­ing feed­back, know­ing be bul­lies.”

Max worked as a me­chanic for US (Karl); a grand­son, Joshua Nel­son; and what to do, ask­ing ques­tions, prob­lem Jes­sica Bar­rett, a mem­ber of Mt. Steel and farmed. two great-grand­sons, Trevor Eggett and solv­ing, think­ing crit­i­cally, hav­ing stamina, Loafter’s School Com­mu­nity Coun­cil

Max loved the gospel of Je­sus Christ, Austin Wright. learn­ing from our mis­takes, as­sess­ing mem­ber, ad­dressed the board and said, tem­ple work, his fam­ily and all the good Funeral ser­vices were held Oct. 26 at our own learn­ing and help­ing oth­ers learn. “I have had the priv­i­lege to be a par­ent peo­ple he worked with. He en­joyed work, the Genola LDS Chapel. In­ter­ment was in “Th­ese are the 10 learn­ing skills we are mem­ber on our school’s com­mu­nity the out­doors, sports, mu­sic and singing, the Genola Ceme­tery with mil­i­tary rites. choos­ing to fo­cus on this year. How­ever, coun­cil for the past two years. This last and fam­ily his­tory. He was very in­volved The fam­ily ex­presses sin­cere thanks to we will also be learn­ing many other skills year I also served as the chair of our com­mit­tee. in com­mu­nity ser­vice. the staff of iCare and all those who pro­vided as we be­come Su­per­heroes in our school. I love serv­ing on the com­mu­nity

Max mar­ried Melba Mad­son Nel­son care and sup­port to the fam­ily. As part of ap­ply­ing our learn­ing skills, we coun­cil. I feel em­pow­ered that we are on Feb. 5, 1945, in the Salt Lake Tem­ple In lieu of flow­ers, please con­sider do­nat­ing will have Su­per­heroes of the Month. Each able to pro­vide ser­vices and re­sources and is sur­vived by her and their nine to the LDS Hu­man­i­tar­ian Fund. month ev­ery grade level nom­i­nates six to our stu­dents to help them ex­cel and chil­dren and spouses: Don Ray (Sharon), Share con­do­lences with the fam­ily at stu­dents in a grade to be­come Su­per­hero learn. Tonight I will be out­lin­ing the use Cur­tis (Donna), Reid (San­dra), Garth www.brown­fam­i­ly­mor­tu­ of the Month. Their re­ward is a cer­tifi­cate of our School LAND Trust monies that and a pic­ture on the school web­page. We we have been al­lot­ted. Our school uses also have the Su­per Learn­ers 200 board the ma­jor­ity of our monies to fund our where stu­dents get to sign a square, re­ceive class­room tu­tor salaries and ben­e­fits and a pin and be in the run­ning for a our in­ter­ven­tion tech­ni­cian salaries. Our pan­cake break­fast with some of our com­mu­nity class­room tu­tors work in­di­vid­u­ally with lead­ers and learn­ers.” stu­dents to im­prove their lit­er­acy abil­i­ties

Ruthie Deven­port, an­other sixth-grade while our tech­ni­cians pro­vide dif­fer­en­ti­ated stu­dent, pre­sented the fol­low­ing: “This in­struc­tion for our strug­gling read­ers. year I have the op­por­tu­nity to be an of­fi­cer We feel the suc­cess of learn­ing tru­lyon our stu­dent coun­cil. It is a lot of comes if the stu­dents feel com­fort­able work but tons of fun. Some of the things read­ing. The re­main­der of our monies we that I get to do on stu­dent coun­cil in­clude use to pro­vide tech­nol­ogy for our teach­ers the fol­low­ing: con­duct as­sem­blies, read in the form of iPads, Google Chrome an­nounce­ments, and each mem­ber of the books, Doc­u­ment Cam­eras and pro­jec­tors stu­dent coun­cil gets to work on a spe­cial to im­prove and sup­port in­struc­tion in the com­mit­tee. Since I’m a stu­dent body of­fi­cer, class­room.” I get to help con­duct as­sem­blies. Jen­nifer Baker, Mt. Loafer’s mu­sic This helps me de­velop lead­er­ship skills by tech­ni­cian, and teacher Cal­lie Nac­carato’s help­ing quiet the group, and I have to set fifth-grade stu­dents de­lighted the board a good ex­am­ple for the kids be­cause I’m with some rhythm ac­tiv­i­ties they prac­ticed on the stage the en­tire time. Con­duct­ing and learned. Th­ese ac­tiv­i­ties taught how as­sem­blies is a lit­tle step out of my com­fort the beat of the mu­sic is the steady part of zone but not nearly as big as speak­ing the song. It takes prac­tice to feel and keep on the in­ter­com for an­nounce­ments. the beat.

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