To the INCREDIBLE Sage Creek Community!
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We anticipate Governor Herbert's "Stay Home, Stay Safe" directive to be relaxed enough after May 1 to invite you to school to retrieve any personal items you or your children may want. If you desire us to bag up your child's belongings, please fill out the following survey this week. This same survey will be posted in each of our teacher's virtual classrooms this week and on our school website and social media sites. Those items not bagged up will be disposed of so we can begin our deep summer cleaning process. The survey is due Fri, May 1.
Parents may come to school for their child's belongings Mon or Tues, May 4 or 5, from 9 am - 12 pm. The procedure will go as follows - you will pull your car up to the curb, a school employee will greet you at the curb to get your student's names and will retrieve the items for you and bring them to your car. You will not get out of your car ... it's curbside service! Think of it like drop-off/pick-up, that's what we envision it looking like. We have been cleaning and infecting the school and are significantly liming people in our building to adhere to safe and healthy guidelines.
Please complete this survey if you have and/or want your child's personal belongings from school (fill out one for each child):
To receive this award, students must read multiple books from various genres - it is an admirable accomplishment and we are proud of these students (... and teacher!)!! These ladies not only earned a bingo, they earned an entire blackout! Recipients earn a gift basket from the school and lots of well-earned praise. Congratulations!
In the Spring, at Sage Creek, we celebrate White Ribbon Week, sponsored by the PTA. This week is full of lessons and fun activities to help students be smart and safe on the internet. Because of the cancellation of school for the rest of the year we were not able to hold White Ribbon Week. Now, more than ever, it is important for students to learn how to be safe on the internet because they are on it for school. Utah NetSmartz is a program that educates students about digital safety and they have provided great videos for our school to access ...
School closure doesn't stop Dragons from excelling! This last week the 4th, 5th, and 6th grade Sage Creek Math Madness Team led by Ms. Louise Crook competed in a national online math competition. They were matched up against another team from Colorado. Our team represented us very well and won the match! This upcoming week they will again compete, this time against a team from Phoenix, Arizona. Good Luck Dragons!!