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Assignments for the week of January 22nd

  • Read chapter 9
  • Complete reading comprehension handouts
  • Book Report due on Friday

SFS Honors Veterans through Wreaths Across America

Our Veterans’ Day service project this year was to raise money for Wreaths Across America. This organization places wreaths on the graves of veterans across the country. We were extremely honored to help the Beulah Cemetery in Ramey honor all 165 veterans buried there. One of our fifth-grade students, Dehlia Elbe, rode along with her dad as a driver for WAA. She met Morrill and Karen Worcester, the founders of WAA at a reception in Maine. Dehlia gave them an SFS t-shirt and told them the story of our school’s project. This impressed the Worcesters so much that they asked Dehlia to have the great honor of placing a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. We are so happy to have been a part of WAA this year and plan to continue this project in the future.

Click here to read more about Dehlia’s story.

Spreading the Christmas Spirit

Last week, SFS students in grades 4 through 8 spread some Christmas cheer by singing Christmas carols for some local residents at the Clearfield Area Agency on Aging. Our students have been doing this for many years, and the people really look forward to the children coming to sing. On the way back to the school, they caroled throughout town, stopping at local businesses to entertain holiday shoppers and workers.