Ring out the bells . . . The Bell Choir at Sage Creek Elementary performed on December 16th for an audience of peers, teachers, friends, and family. Conducted by our very own Janeen Stone - who herself is a member of the Tabernacle Bell Choir, 5th grade teacher, both the beginning and advanced choirs shared many of our favorite holiday tunes. We enjoyed a sing along to ‘Up On the House Top’, as well as the very appropriate ‘Jingle Bells’ and ‘Carol of the Bells’. Thank you to our choir for sharing their amazing talents this holiday season!
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This year, Mrs. Trevenen's first grade class performed the annual Sage Creek Library Christmas play. The play was based on the book "Who'll Pull Santa's Sleigh Tonight?" by Laura Rader. The students had a fun time dressing up as the elves and reindeer in the story. Thanks to Mrs. Rasmussen, Sage Creek librarian, for making this possible for kids!
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 November because they have made our school a better place by using their Character Education skills. They are: Jenna Alvey, Devin Ashcraft, Sundee Ann Belknap, Draden Boyer, Nicholas Bradley, Willard Bradshaw, Sadie Brailsford, Alec Cahua, Fernando Carillo, Mariah Carter, Tyler Carter, Mattie Child, Wes Childs, Mason Coomes, Josh Cox, Lakaiah Cox,
Monday, November 22, Sage Creek Kindergarteners transformed themselves into little Pilgrims and Native Americans. Under the direction of teachers, Michelle Porter, Dayna Tanner and Cami Thomas students learned about the first Thanksgiving by acting out the feast itself. Special thanks to the many room mothers who volunteered their time and feastables for the activity. Happy Thanksgiving from Sage Creek Kinder students!
Santa Claus is coming to town . . . 'Brown Santa', that is!! The second grade students at Sage Creek were treated to a visit from our favorite UPS elf as part of our 'community helpers' social studies core! The children enjoyed learning about working as a delivery person while singing many of their favorite holiday carols. Our music core was integrated into the activity as several of the students were given the opportunity to liven up the singing using a variety of rhythm instruments. Thank you, Brown Santa . . . ho ho ho!
The 2010 Reflection recognition at Sage Creek Elementary was held on November 3rd. Reflections is a contest sponsored by the PTA that inspires students to participate in the arts. The the theme this year was "Together We Can" . Over 100 students participated in the contest and those who received awards to move on to the district level are: Dance: Charity Anderson . Film: Emily Ells, Haken Boyce, Stanton Woods. Music Composition: Cade Barrowes, Allison Ells. 3D Art: Nate Antares, Taitum Johnson, Rebecca Houtz.
Sage Creek students and faculty stampeded out of the chute for their Red Ribbon Week with a down-home style hootenanny. With the theme being Cowboy Courage, the student council rounded up the student body for a session of cowboy wisdom and a singing contest to help brand each student an official Say No To Drugs and Alcohol Deputy. The most enthusiastic singers of the song, Grandma's Feather Bed, were Mrs. Lund's second graders. Yee Haw!
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: Lizzy Blonquist, Isaiah Brown, Landon Cardon, Ty Carter, Cashlynn Chruma, Rylee Clark, Sam Daybell, Camila De Jesus, Emily Docter, Kolie Doyle, Abbie Dunkley, Chelsea Finch, Tatiana Folau, Rebecca Gee, Ashley Hansen, Gracie Hickman, Carter
The students in Mrs. Robbins fourth grade class at Sage Creek Elementary were treated to a special visit from their Principal, Ms. Call, last week. She read them two of her favorite stories and also brought her chair to share with them. The students have been studying about place value in math as part of the state core curriculum. Preschool chairs were used to represent the "ones" place value, and kindergarten chairs represented the "tens" place value. Different size chairs were used to show the place value spots of hundreds, thousands, ten thousands and hundred thousands. Ms.
Check out a Second Grade Fast Facts Graph! During math time the second grade students at Sage Creek have been learning about fact families, missing addends, and addition/subtraction equations, all part of the state second grade math core curriculum, to help learn math fast facts! What patterns do YOU see?