Recently the 3rd Graders at Midland Elementary participated in a "Pet Day." They read the story, The Perfect Pet. They learned about a variety of things from basic needs of having a pet, grooming, responsibilities and identifying problems and solutions.
At the end of the week, the students were able to bring their pets to share as a part of their reading unit. The students brought a vast variety of pets, including numerous dogs, some cats, and also a chicken, hedgehog, tortoise, hamsters and a rabbit.
 
 
Two Students with their pets.
Playground with students who brought their pets.
Published in Featured News
Thursday, 29 September 2016 09:33

Midland Elementary

Principal

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Address

3100 West 4800 South
Roy, UT 84067

Phone/Fax

P. 801.476.5400

F. 801.476.5459

Midland Elementary was constructed on farmland that had been used to grow onions and corn. The student population in Roy was growing rapidly prior to construction of the school. To accommodate this growth, students attended split sessions at Country View Elementary until Midland Elementary was completed in 1985. The original building had twenty-six full size classrooms along with a multipurpose room complete with a stage, and an open library. Nearly ten years later the library was enclosed and an additional eight classrooms were built on the north end of the existing building.

There are currently seven hundred students enrolled at Midland served by twenty-nine and a half teachers. Fifteen support staff including classroom aides, secretaries, custodians and cooks also work at Midland Elementary.

Published in Elementary Schools