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by Shalyn Roberts
May 18, 2009 | 4973 views | 0 0 comments | 53 53 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Students take history journey

CLINTON — Clinton Elementary fourth-grade student dancers, drummers and speakers take the stage at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the school’s production of “The Journey Through Utah History.” The program is related to the social studies and science curriculum that they learned throughout the year. For more information, contact teacher Caprice Hart at 801-402-2150.

Schools teaching seniors

FARMINGTON — Small groups of senior citizens from Bountiful, Kaysville and Layton are learning about sending e- mail, basic word processing, the Internet and even sharing digital photos as they’ve have been attending classes to receive computer training from trainers in the district’s Educational Technology Center (ETC). The classes begin Thursday at 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. and last for about an hour. It is all an effort between the school district and the Davis County Health Department. Come see what it’s all about. For more information, contact ETC Director Roger Martin at 801-402-5211 or health department representative Jessica Hardcastle at 801-451-3335.

Antelope presents patriotism

LAYTON — Time to wave the flag. The Antelope Elementary School Choir is presenting the patriotic program “God Bless the USA” at 2 p.m. Thursday in the auditorium. The program will also be presented on Tuesday, May 19 at 9 a.m. Parents and the public are invited. For more information, contact Julie LaRocco at 801-402-2144.

CHS presents show tunes

CLEARFIELD — Want to witness an evening of show tunes? This is the place to be. It’s the final concert of the year at Clearfield High and it will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday in the auditorium. For more information, contact teacher Johnny Aird at 801-402-8200.

Physics day to be held at Lagoon

KAYSVILLE — The 20th year of USU Physics Day at Lagoon will be held Friday. A number of special events and visitors are planned for the anniversary event organized by the Utah State University Physics Department and the Idaho National Laboratory. Special activities for the 20th Anniversary include a general presentation by NASA astronaut and USU Physics Adjunct Don Pettit and a special lunch and presentation for teachers and Physics Bowl participants by NASA astronaut and USU Physics Emeritus Don Lind. Students will be able to cheer at the first annual Utah/Idaho FIRST Robotics grudge match. For more information, contact Kaysville Junior High School teacher Mark Tolman at 801-402-7200.
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