At Sage Creek Elementary, classes are taught weekly the following Character Education skills: how to show appreciation, accept responsibility, and make good choices. These students have been chosen to be the Determined Dragons for the month of October because they have made our school a better place by using their Character Education skills. They are: Adelein Aaron, Michelle Alt, Caden Atkinson, Kim Bartholomew, Emily Barwick, Daniel Beach, Quinn Belknap, Stephen Belknap, Lizzie Blonquist, Audree Clark, Hannah Cox, Sam Daybell, Ty Dixon, Robert Espino, Ellie Esplin, Andrew Florence, Adam
Fourth graders at Sage Creek Elementary were convinced to “Buff Don’t Puff!” on Wednesday, November 9th, when two athletes from Brigham Young University came and talked to them about the consequences of smoking. The students learned that when you smoke it makes it harder for you to breath, do your best in sports, and be the very best that you can be. They got to watch a video that Jimmer Fredette and his fiancé Whitney narrated. Other BYU Athletes were highlighted in the video. 4th graders all decided to say no to smoking so that not 92% but 100% of Utah’s students will not smoke
"They're creepy and they're kooky, mysterious and spooky, and they're all together ooky, Their school is a museum, where people come to see 'em. They really are a scream. So with a witches shawl on and a broomstick they could crawl on, tons of people came to call on The [Sage Creek] Family." Oh. what fun was had at the Sage Creek Halloween Parade.
This year the PTA reflections contest was centered on the theme; Diversity Means". Sage Creek Elementary had ninety-eight participants ant the winners are: Dance Choreography Winner: Charity Anderson; Film Honorable Mention: Dylan Thomas, Payton Giles, Austin Mortenson, Will Daybell; Music Elizabeth Blonquist; Photography Winners: Brooke Ells, Sydnie Nilsson, Gracie Hinckley, Emily Ells Honorable Mention: Kyle Synder, Parker
Jackman; 3D Art Winners: Chase Harmon, Taggart Boyce, Chelby Carter, Erika Downs, Madison Child Honorable Mention: Cameron Green,
Sage Creek kindergarten students strutted their stuff in their Halloween costumes and scary voices during the annual Kindergarten Halloween Program. Mrs.Thomas, Mrs. Porter and Mrs. Tanner are proud to show off their their little ghosts and goblins to parents and Sage Creek students during this busy time of year. Great job kindergarten!
Last week forty-eight principals from around the state came to watch Sage Creek's fabulous teach science. Sage Creek teachers who were involved in the PESTL project were asked to present a science lesson to these principals as part of training they were receiving in preparation for including their own teachers in this program. PESTL is a partnership of five districts to improve science teaching and learning and is funded by a US Department of Education grant.