Applications for UVU Prep, an intensive summer program centered around STEM curriculum, is open for current 6th gr students. It is an excellent resource for students who have have a personal passion or interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math. Click HERE for info.
We are now accepting applications for our Mandarin Chinese dual-immersion program. This is for current kindergarten students (in or out of our school boundary) who will be in 1st grade next year. Information about the program can be found on our school website under the tab "Chinese Immersion".
Should we eat bugs to end world hunger? Mr. Stewart’s 6th grade class says...YES!!! After learning about the global food crisis, students wrote opinion essays to share their feelings about how we could end world hunger. Students then bravely “put their money where their mouth is” and chowed down on bugs! Salt and vinegar flavored crickets and cheddar flavored mealworms were their favorite! Students said that the bugs tasted like crunchy chips or sun flower seeds.
Our student council is promoting some fun dress-up days next week to celebrate Christmas. We'll announce it for the students, but I thought you would want to know, too. A couple grades had already planned things a little differently (noted below) and that's great - it's all about being festive next week! Mon, Dec 18 - Backwards Day (wear your clothes backwards) Tues, Dec 19 - Crazy Sock & Hair Day (wear crazy socks and/or crazy hair) Wed, Dec 20 - Christmas Day (wear red/green ...
Our 6th gr orchestra performed a Christmas Concert last week and will perform for the school this week during lunch and morning rush (as students are coming to school). They perform under the direction of Mr. Russell Hansen. The largest majority of them have not played an instrument before this year and with only a few months under their belt, they are impressive. It's a great group of students who meet before school for orchestra practice. An excellent group!
A huge shout out to the students who represented Sage Creek well with their artistic talents at the PTA council reflections event on December 7th. Students submitted various entries such as visual arts, literature, 3-D art, dance and coreography, film, and music. Here are the incredible students that went on: