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A Huge Thank You to Taylor Intermediate PTSO

Thank YouWe wish to extend a huge thank you to Taylor Intermediate PTSO for:

  • Soda and fudge on Wednesday
  • Soup and cornbread luncheon on Thursday
  • Trappers pie on Friday

We want to thank all the parents who helped with the lunch and Cambrey Craner for organizing and executing the days. Thank you for thinking of the district office, Student Services, and other key personnel. We appreciate you all!

Taylor Intermediate/Snowflake Intermediate Instrumental Concert

Mark your calendars for the Taylor Intermediate and Snowflake Intermediate Instrumental Concert on May 21. The concert is at the high school auditorium. Please see the schedule of events below:

  • Choir Students First - Call time is 5:00 p.m., with the fifth grade in the choir room and sixth grade in the cafeteria. Concert time is 5:30 p.m.
  • Band Students Second - Call time is 5:30 p.m., and students meet in the band room. Concert time is 6:15 p.m.
  • Orchestra Students Third - Call time is 6:15 p.m., and students meet in the band and choir rooms. Concert time is 7:00 p.m.

April PAWS Assembly

We held our April PAWS assembly on Friday, April 26 at 9:30 a.m.

Million Word Readers: Tehillim Loya, Wyatt Wilhelm, Addie Tyler, Savannah Owens, Kimber Hatch, Sam Wheeler, Tatum Barnes, Abbie Gardner, Tayli Hancock, and Rhett Frost.

Million Word Readers pose with their certificates

Two Million Words: Piper Herring, Lily Pope, Zander Owen, and Brayden Bentley.

Three Million Words: Wyatt Johnson and Arwen Johnson.

Student of the Month for April - Value was Respect: Konner Hatch and Tehillim Loya.

Students of the Month pose together

Other Nominees: Harlee Stockton, Brody Lawlor, Andalynn Plympton, Tracen McCray, Jullian Barrera, Macy Penrod, Trey Decker, Gaige MacIntyre, Ally Finch, Maddie Woodside, Dawson Neff, Arena Dixon, Chance Dixon, Matthew Ramirez, Emily McCray, Blayke Frost, Damien Ingalls, and Joshua Leeth.

PAWS T-Shirt Winners: Brie Herring, Isabell Enriquez, and Tayli Hancock.

PAWS T-shirt winners pose with their t-shirts

The staff presented a token of their appreciation to the office ladies and principal Ms. Debbie Muder for administrative professionals day.

Office ladies and principal Ms. Debbie Muder pose with their gifts
Anthony the Magic

The Silver Creek Performing Arts group arranged for a special treat for the Taylor Intermediate and Taylor Elementary schools. Anthony the Magic came on Tuesday, April 23 for a special preview presentation for the kids. They were wowed by his magic and entertained with his humor. A big thank you to the Silver Creek Performing Arts group for bringing in the great magic show for the students.

Click to view more. Taylor Elementary and Taylor Intermediate students raise their hands to participate in Anthony the Magic's presentation.
Pizza with the Principal

Principal Debbie Muder treated our April outstanding students to pizza and soda. We are very proud of these students and all of their hard work. Way to go!

April outstanding students eat pizza with Principal Debbie Muder
National D.A.R.E. Day

Our 6th grade classes wore their D.A.R.E. shirts for national D.A.R.E. Day on April 18. We are so grateful for this valuable program.

Mrs. Caldwell's class - DARE shirtsMrs. Krekeler's class - DARE shirts
D.A.R.E. Graduation

Click to view more photos from our D.A.R.E. graduationThe D.A.R.E. program officially ended with graduation on Monday, April 15 at 6:00 p.m. at the high school auditorium. The D.A.R.E. program is a 10-week program that teaches drug resistance, how to communicate with others, how to deal with peer pressure, and many other life skills.

Congratulations to our essay winners and runners up. Class Darren winners are Brynlee Williams from Brinton, Alyssa Davis from Caldwell, and Sam Wheeler from Krekeler. Challenge Coin winners are Kyler Solomon from Krekeler & Tehillim Loya from Caldwell. Caldwell's class essay winner is Ryden Solomon, and the runner-up is Alyssa Davis. Krekeler's class essay winner is Kimber Hatch, and the runner-up is Amy Ritz. Brinton's class essay winner is Chandler Tenney, and the runner-up is Abbie Williams.

We would like to thank the Snowflake/Taylor Police Department and Officer Toth for continuing to support this program and bringing it to our school.

Mrs. Krekeler's comment about D.A.R.E. was, “Another D.A.R.E. year in the books! I am so lucky that I have the opportunity to participate in this program every year! A huge thanks to Officer Toth and the Snowflake Taylor Police Department for offering this program year after year for our students."

Mrs. Caldwell's said, “Thank you Snowflake Taylor Police Department. D.A.R.E. class was awesome!! Officer Amity Toth is so great. We love her and all that she does for our kids. Thanks Kimberley Camacho Willis for all your hard work behind the scenes. The video is always the highlight at graduation!! Thanks Chief Scarber for your support!”

Mr. Brinton shared, “Thank you so much to Officer Toth and STPD for supporting the D.A.R.E. program. It is always a highlight of the year and the students have learned so much during the course.”