Checkmate! Sage Creek students scored a third place trophy over all at the Nebo District Chess Tournament. Many students participated but the following students placed. They are: Josh Eaton - First Place, Jayden Thomas - Third Place, Dylan Thomas - Fourth Place, and Nicholas Bradley - Fifth Place. Way to go Sage Creek chess masters!
Sage Creek Elementary is proud to announce the Scholastic Reading Counts Winners for the month of February. These students accumulated more points on the comprehension tests from books they had read than any other student at their grade level. They are: Christian Nielsen, Alexis Sandoval, Kerina Gibb (not pictured), Jacob Blonquist, Sara Jeffery, and Adam Gee. Congratulations students!
Thanks to Mrs. Rasmussen, Sage Creek's media coordinator, for providing students of all ages the opportunity to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday on March 2nd by performing one of his most famous books, "Horton Hears A Who", during their library time that week. These students in Mrs. Robbins fourth grade class were especially awesome! Sage Creek is so grateful to have a librarian who makes the library a fun place to be.
The Olympic Medal ceremony and closing parade of nations was held in the Sage Creek Library. During the first week students participated in a mock torch relay to celebrate the beginning of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver . In this picture Mrs. Ellis's 2nd grade are shown doing the Flags of Many Nations parade to represent the closing of this year's Olympics games.
Ronald McDonald visited the students of Sage Creek Elementary on Friday to remind them that part of being a friend is to stop bullying. Ronald sang songs and interacted with the kids to help them connect with important friendship concepts. He gave them tips on what to do when they see a bully and how to help one another stop bullying from happening. Ronald created a poster with the reminders to Be A Friend, Cooperate, Get Out and Play and DON'T BULLY! Many students commented that this was the most fun assembly they have ever been to. Thanks Ronald!!!
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 February because they have made our school a better place by using their Character Education skills.
Sage Creek Elementary School is proud to announce that thirteen of it’s students were chosen to represent the district at the region science fair to be held at BYU on March 24th and 25th. These students are: Abby Jackman, Savannah Walker and Tessa Barrus, Ireland Thomas, Dylan Gross and Simon Taylor, Lisa Calhoun, Bo Barker, Alex Osborn and Daniel Salazar, Devin Chamberlain and Adam Warren. Kendra Molen received the Best of Fair Award at the district competition and will also be representing Nebo and Sage Creek at the regional competition. Congratulations students!!!
Yehaw! As part of the Utah State third grade core curriculum in social studies, and under the direction of teachers, Mrs. Foote, Mrs. Reber, Mr. Curtis, Mrs. Egbert and Miss Le, the Sage Creek third grade put on their pioneer costumes and held school as a "prairie day". Students went back in time and recited their multiplication tables by rote, did their math on slates with chalk,and had a hoedown. They also "went to town" and had picked up their lunches to eat in the prairie classroom. They got a drink at the "creek" and used the "outhouse" when necessary.
Janeen Scott, a fifth grade teacher at Sage Creek Elementary and long time member of the Tabernacle Bell Choir, has worked tirelessly throughout the year to start a chime choir at the school. After writing grant proposals to One Hundred Percent For Kids, The Nebo Foundation, and the Springville Arts Commission she was awarded $2,100 in grant monies, to help fund her project. In combination with these grants and two private donations, Sage Creek Elementary now has four octaves of hand chimes and amazing sheet music for chimes. Ms.
Under the direction of student council advisors Janeen Scott and Becky Davis, the Sage Creek Student Council declared a penny war to benefit those in our area who are suffering from blood cancers. Shortly after the fund raiser began, the devestaing earthquake in Hati occured and Sage Creek students immediently wanted to help. The student body elected to have half of the money generated from the penny war to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Foundation and half of what was raised to the organization Healing Hands for Hati.