A Chinese proverb states, “Do not wait until you’re thirsty to dig a well.” As we dig deeper into the school year, we continue to work to help students grow. Our partnership with you is vital to preparing a generation of creative, fulfilled, problem solvers — students who know how to learn and where to find the knowledge they need. That partnership requires resources both human and financial. With the state legislature in session now, we encourage all of our patrons to make your voices heard. Morningside is directly impacted by the actions and inactions of the legislature. Please speak up so our state takes steps to increase the vital resources we need for our kids. To find your senator or representative’s email or phone number go to: http://le.utah.gov/Documents/find.htm.
Congratulations to our French Dual Immersion 4th, 5th and 6th grade classes who competed successfully taking top honors in several categories at the Utah Valley University Language Fair. Also, Drew Berger, one of Mrs. Davis’s students, qualified for the Utah State Geography Bee. We wish him the best as he moves forward in his quest to make it to the national competition.
Thank you to so many who volunteer to help our students. We are so appreciative of the little acts of thoughtfulness and support you offer our teachers, staff and students. Keep up the good work! The well we are digging will quench our students’ thirst for success.
Tod Cracroft, Principal
Becki Monson, Assistant Principal