February 2017

Interested in becoming a student storyteller?

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From the Storytelling Festival:  Youth storytellers have been part of the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival for twenty-five years.  We believe they bring a vibrant presence to stages at the event.  Open youth auditions will be held at the Orem Public Library on Thursday, March 16.  Anyone interested in scheduling can email me at ewilcox@timpfest.org or call the Timpanogos Storytelling Institute office at 228-7384.  The deadline to sign up for an audition is 5:00 pm on Monday, March 13.

Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten registration is held Thurs, Mar 16, from 8 am-4 pm.  This date is the same for all Springville/Mapleton area schools - please help us spread the word!  Students can enter kindergarten if they are 5 years old on or by Sept 1 of the school year they begin.  Parents should bring the child's birth certificate, immunizations so far, and proof of residency.  We look forward to seeing you!

A Visit from Clark Planetarium

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Sage Creek enjoyed and awesome science show brought to the school from Clark Planetarium. A student loved the way they changed the color of flames. Another liked that they shot a pencil through a piece of plywood. All students came back to class exited about science.

Sage Creek Rocks Science Fair!

Sage Creek had an awesome Science & Engineering Fair last week!  Students in 4th, 5th, and 6th gr all performed an experiment and displayed their results for all to see.  Several students progressed on to the district fair and will continue on to the BYU Science & Engineering Fair in March.  Way to go Sage Creek Dragons!

Sage Creek Teacher of the Week

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Ginny Lund is a 2nd grade teacher at Sage Creek Elementary.  Her favorite subject to teach is reading, writing and music.  When asked about a funny teaching moment she has had she said she was speaking with a 5th grade student and asked “Where were you born” the student responded with “I don’t know” I said “Could you ask your mom” student said “I don’t think she was there!”   Ginny loves to plant and care for her perennial gardens and also enjoy reading.  Ginny is a pleasure to teach with and a positive influence at Sage Creek Elementary.

 

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