December 2022

Get To Know...Ms. Wilson

Submitted by shavon.mousser on Thu, 12/08/2022 - 16:31

Ms. Wilson is part of our amazing 1st grade team!  She is originally from California and lived in South Carolina for 3 years, where she home-schooled her children.  This is Ms. Wilson's second year teaching and we are SO happy she is here at Sage Creek!  She loves to teach Language Arts and when she isn't teaching, she enjoys sewing and cycling!

Shavon Mousser, LeAnn Betts

Student Council

Submitted by shavon.mousser on Wed, 12/07/2022 - 12:27

Student Council members visited each classroom to share a brief message about being NICE.  They encouraged students to smile, compliment, and invite others to join.  We appreciate our Student Council (and Ms. Brindley) and their hard work to make our school even better!

Shavon Mousser

Nebo School District Stakeholder Climate Survey

Submitted by michael.johnson on Thu, 12/01/2022 - 14:06

Students, Parents, and Staff--


In order to better serve our students and employees, please provide feedback through our Nebo School District Stakeholder Climate Survey. The survey will be open from Monday, December 5 through Sunday, December 18. Use either the provided link attached here or the QR code below. The survey should take between 7-10 minutes. We are required by the state to collect stakeholder feedback and feel this information helps us improve. Thank you in advance for your participation.




Michael Johnson

Ms. McCullough's 4th Graders

Submitted by shavon.mousser on Thu, 12/01/2022 - 12:38

Ms. McCullough's class has been learning about Utah geography and the counties in Utah.  Each student picked a county and did a report and poster on it. They presented it to the class and did an amazing job! The Loveland Living Planet Aquarium came to visit and taught us about living organisms and brought a few friends! The students loved getting to pet some of the animals.  They also had a Thanksgiving Read-a-thon the last day of school before the break and students filled the board with things they were thankful for. 

Shavon Mousser