Wow! Does Sage Creek have some incredible spellers! 3rd grade had individual class spelling bees and than the top 5 spellers from each class moved on to the 3rd grade spelling bee. There were several rounds of intense spelling. Each and every one of the students worked very hard studying. Their teachers and principal are very proud of them!
Please join us for our summer reading program! It runs Tues & Thurs mornings thru June and July, a 45 min class each morning. Tuition is $35. It is open to students who have just completed kindergarten thru 6th gr.
In first grade, students wrote an essay on the topic of "If I were the principal." Lily Prewitt seemed to capture the day well as she writes, "If I were Mis Hansen one day I wood do the reports. And let teachers know that they are speshll. I wood let them sleep in." Great advice, Lily! You're hired!
We are proud to announce that our school has earned the Energy Star Rating again this year. ENERGY STAR certified buildings and plants use, on average, 35 percent less energy than similar buildings nationwide. The cost savings can be substantial. For more than 20 years, the US Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR program has identified the most energy-efficient products, buildings, plants, and new homes – all based on the latest government-backed standards. Congratulations, Sage Creek!
Summer Drama Club - there was such an overwhelming turnout for our school play this winter, I know we have some budding actors/actresses among our student body! Please see the summer drama club flyer and note that registration begins Fri, Apr 20.
Teacher Appreciation Week - coming up Apr 23-27. We have fantastic teachers & staff here at Sage Creek and it's nice to take a week to spoil them a little. We appreciate our PTA for heading this up! Please see the attached flyer to which specifies some fun activities each day. Of course, these are just suggestions. Our teachers appreciate anything at all!
The entire 4th grade experienced the opportunity of learning about the many animals that live in Utah and their habitats, from two very special, young ladies from the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium. The students and their teachers even had the chance to hold some mighty cute, little critters!