It's that time again! Thoughtful Thursday. Mrs. Bingham's 5th grade class wrote notes of gratitude to members of the Sage Creek community. Students were also challenged to do a kind diid throughout the day.
Mrs. Taylor's 3rd graders are becoming pros at writing essays. They worked on conclusions today. They sure loved being able to write on the tables and share their conclusions with their peers.
5th grade had the privilege of having Discovery Gateway come and demonstrate several awesome Science concepts.
Mrs. Bingham's 5th grade class stopped by Mrs. Taylor's 3rd grade class while working on non-fiction text features. 3rd grade students had to find text features such as headings, maps, captions etc. in a text book. When they were finished with their scavenger hunt, they quizzed their older dragon friends to find everything that they had just learned. 3rd graders sure loved it when their 5th grade partners would get stumped and they would have to teach them.
This week's class spotlights are Ms. Hartung's class and Ms. Chen/Giles' Forest Class (Chinese Immersion). Ms. Hartung's class is very accepting of other people's differences and learning abilities. They realize that differences don't always have to divide them. Way to be kind and compassionate! This shows real Dragon spirit!! Ms. Giles/Chen's Forest class loves having a daily password to get into class. They love to work hard and enjoy their monthly class store. This class shows that working hard and having fun are also part of what it takes to show Sage Creek Dragon spirit!
First grade dazzled parents with their Thanksgiving program. All dressed like Native Americans, they sang songs all about Thanksgiving.
6th grade had the opportunity to have presenters from the aquarium come to Sage Creek and show them several very interesting facts about Earth's creatures.
These awesome Dragons are our very own "Dragon Crew" They are showing that we dragons keep our school clean, and we are full of pride because of it!
Sage Creek students keep rocking Hansen's Heroes. This group is a great group of dedicated, kind and hard working students. Way to Go Dragons!
Sage Creek had a delightful Veteran's Day program. Mr. Bill Wright, mayor-elect of Payson City, came and talked to the children about his life growing up on a military base as well as his career as a police officer and police chief of Payson. His message was shared with the school as our 5th gr students sang multiple patriotic songs including singing and signing the national anthem. Jonathan Young from Springville High School played taps for the students following a moment of silence. It was a touching and moving assembly for all involved. We especially appreciated our speaker was the grandfather of three of our students - Lizzie, Kathrine, and Daniel Wright.