Mrs. Slye has been teaching resource for eight years and absolutely loves her job. She enjoys working with the students, getting to know their parents, and being a part of the Sierra Bonita community. Slye is married to her best friend, Jeff, who she considers the funniest person around. She has 17-year-old triplets who are Seniors at Spanish Fork High School and is heartbroken that they grew up so fast. Slye loves spending time with her family. They love to travel, play sports, and watch the Utah games together. Slye looks forward to coming to work every single day because of the amazing staff and students. There is no other place she would rather be!
I was born in Calif. but raised on an Island in Washington State, Mercer Island; 7 miles long, 5 miles wide. Attended BYU a long time ago and received my associates degree in Child Dev. Married my best friend and 5 children, 2 are twins. I have 5 1/2 grandchildren.We moved back to Utah in 1991 to raise our children and have been here ever since. Got my teaching degreein 2011 and am so glad I did. I love being a teacher and coming to work every day.Mrs. Christensen, 1st Grade Teacher
You can't spell HEART without ART! Sierra Bonita 2nd Graders integrate reading elements; inferring and context clues, along with visual art elements; line, shape, and shading. This makes for a well-rounded lesson.
On day two of Red Ribbon week, students came to school wearing a tie! "Don't get tied Up by the internet, be safe and smart"
Students at Sierra Bonita enjoyed the NetSmartz assembly today given by Cole Parkinson. The assembly goes over internet safety and is an interactive, educational program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) that provides age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline. The program is designed for children ages 5-17, parents and guardians, educators, and law enforcement. With resources such as videos, games, activity cards, and presentations, NetSmartz entertains while it educates.
Educate children on how to recognize potential Internet risks
Engage children and adults in a two-way conversation about on- and offline risks
Empower children to help prevent themselves from being exploited and to report victimization to a trusted adult
For more information on these interactive videos and games, please go to netsmartz.org OR for teens visit nsteens.org.
Every Friday, "Praise Notes" are read during morning announcements. These students are called to the office and get thier picture taken. Students can earn a "Praise Note" by being caught doing kind things throughout the school and classrooms.
Students at Sierra Bonita enjoyed "Crazy Hair" day today to kick off our Red Ribbon week!
Friday, October 14th is picture retake day! If your student has not had their picture taken, they will get it taken Friday. If your child has gotten their picture taken, but would like retakes, please send your picture packet to school with them on Friday. The photographer will need the picture packet to scan the bar code that is located on the picture packet.