April 2011

Arbor Day

April 30th brought Arbor Day and Smokey the Bear to Sage Creek Elementary.  After learning about and drawing trees in the weeks before Arbor Day, students were prepared for the questions posed to them by Springville City Director of Buildings ad Grounds, Alex Roylance.  In an assembly students were able to learn and share information about the importance of trees in our environment.  Smokey was on hand encourage the children to protect and care for trees.  After the assembly the student council and honor patrol helped city workers plan six new trees in front of the school.  If you want to k

Little Caesars Pizza visits Second Grade

On Wednesday, April 20th, the second grade students at Sage Creek Elementary were treated to a visit from Little Caesar’s Pizza as part of their social studies ‘goods and services’ unit.   Mike and Trevor, members of the hard working Little Caesar’s Pizza team, are totally committed to excellence and serious about having fun.  Mike demonstrated this as he rolled out balls of pizza dough creating pizzas for the students to sample!
 

2nd Grade Harward Farms Field Trip

On Wednesday, April 6th, the second grade students from Sage Creek Elementary had the pleasure of visiting Harward Farms in Springville for their annual Farm Field Day.  How much do YOU know about Agriculture? Well, we learned things like: a plant needs five things to grow:  water, air, sunlight, soil, and nutrients; the Z.I.P. you gets from eating beef stands for zinc, iron, and protein; and a mother sheep is called a ewe!  Thank you, Harward Farms, for an amazing day of learning!! 

Judie Nielsen recieves the Excellence in Service Award

Sage Creek Elementary School is proud to announce that Judie Nielsen, first grade teacher, has received the Excellence in Service Award 2011. For twenty-four years Judie has dedicated herself to the service of the children of Sage Creek.  She has influenced hundreds of children that have had the privilege of having her as a first grade teacher. She has not only given them a good foundation in reading, writing, math and science but also given them the ability to build good character and become positive, productive citizens of the community. 
           

Harward Farms

On Wednesday, April 6th, the second grade students from Sage Creek Elementary had the pleasure of visiting Harward Farms in Springville for their annual Farm Field Day.  How much do YOU know about Agriculture? Well, we learned things like: a plant needs five things to grow:  water, air, sunlight, soil, and nutrients; the Z.I.P. you gets from eating beef stands for zinc, iron, and protein; and a mother sheep is called a ewe!  Thank you, Harward Farms, for an amazing day of learning!!