Lobo Pups News Page

As “part of the pack,” we know you want to keep informed about all that’s happening at Taylor. Here you’ll find the information you need to do just that. Be sure to bookmark this page, and check back often for updates on school events, fundraising opportunities, student achievements, and other great news from our pack!

Student Council Service Project
view more photos of food donation project

The student council service project for November was food collection for the local 3E snacks. This group puts bags together for students that need extra food over the weekend. They had a class competition, and Mr Matthies' class was the winner with 146 points. We had lots of ramen noodles, peanut butter, jelly, and other foods for the program. Mr. Matthies' class will have a root beer float party as their reward.

No One Out Pizzas the Hut - Pizza Hut
View more photos about recent Pizza Hut contest

Boy, isn't that the truth! One day, I, Jaclyn Gale, was just checking Instagram and saw a post by Pizza Hut to nominate an elementary teacher and their class to win a bunch of cool prizes for them and their school. On impulse, I nominated a teacher at Taylor Intermediate, not really thinking she would actually win. I nominated Mrs. Stockton and her class because, as a special education teacher, she works hard helping the students in her class to achieve their goals. Her students work hard and are such great kids. I wanted to do something nice for them and now, here we are ... their class won and got pizza gift cards, pizza lunch boxes, fun pizza stickers, and books! Plus, Taylor Intermediate got $1000 to spend on school supplies and equipment! How cool is that?! Thank you Pizza Hut!

Be the I

Promoting kindness to others, Taylor Intermediate's staff is wearing the, be the I in kind, shirts.

Staff members wearing Be the I in Kind shirts

First Quarter Honor Roll and Outstanding Students

We at Taylor Intermediate want to keep things as consistent as possible. Each month we hold our paws assembly virtually so that we can still recognize our outstanding students.

Our value for the student of the month for September was attitude. The September nominees were Nicholaus, Jaylie, Jeremiah, Jayden, Macy, Tyler, Jadyn, John, Sydney, Kyran, Kolbee, Ethan, Brooklinn, Lacey, Durham, Payton, Judd, Jeffrey, and Kaysin.

Congratulations to our September students of the month, Hunter and Sydney!

Group photo of September student of the month nominees

Our value for the student of the month for October was honesty. The October nominees were Scotlyn, Lillian, Landon, Logan, Emerald, Lucy, Noah, Allison, Clyde, Kherrington, Logan, Addie, Max, Ryder, Zack, Alex, Dustin, and Draeson. 

Congratulations to our October students of the month, Jovanni and Andalynn.

Group photo of October student of the month nominees

Our million-word readers for October were Hamilton, Kyran, Sydney, Brayden, and Ryder. Well done!

Group photo of October million-word readers

Our October t-shirt winners were Dalli, Lillian, and Alex.

Group photo of October t-shirt winners

The 1st quarter ended on October 14. Check out the superintendent, principal, and honor roll lists for the first quarter!

Homecoming Week and Halloween Fun!
View more photos from our homecoming week and dress up days.

It has been a busy time here at Taylor Intermediate. Our student council wanted to support the high school homecoming week with dress up days. We had a blast with camouflage gear on Monday, space or cowboy costumes on Tuesday, rock and roll outfits on Wednesday, and extreme blue attire on Friday. We especially loved Thursday when each grade wore a different color, with fourth graders in gray, fifth graders in white, and sixth graders in black.

Halloween was an awesome time for our students and staff, and the current situation didn't dampen the costumes or the parent participation for our annual parade around the block. We loved seeing everyone dress up and watching the parents cheer our students on. Thank you for making this Halloween one to remember!

    Summer Food Program Extended

    The Department of Agriculture has extended the summer food program through December, and we have been approved to feed all of our students for free during this time. This includes breakfast and lunch on school days Monday through Friday. We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity. Please see our food program letter for more information.