January 2023

One Word Challenge

Submitted by shavon.mousser on Mon, 01/30/2023 - 16:34

At the beginning of 2023, the fifth graders chose to do the 'One Word' challenge The idea behind the one word is “to overcome distractions and bring more focus, purpose, commitment, and success” in the coming year. Instead of creating resolutions and goals, students choose one word that will be their guiding force for the year.  It was a lot of fun to learn about and reflect on what word would best describe what they wanted for the coming year.

Julie Wood and Shavon Mousser

Team Teaching

Submitted by shavon.mousser on Thu, 01/26/2023 - 12:33

Mr. Bradford (our District Math Specialist) and Ms. Wilson team-taught a math lesson on place value.  We love the support we receive from our District Specialists!

Shavon Mousser and Paige Wilson

Bell Ringers

Submitted by shavon.mousser on Wed, 01/25/2023 - 10:24

Students in Ms. Shaffer's ESSER class achieved several reading goals and were able to ring the bell in the office.  This new addition to the office allows us to celebrate success as a community of learners!  

Shavon Mousser

Science Fair

Submitted by shavon.mousser on Tue, 01/24/2023 - 08:41

5th grade students participated in the school Science Fair yesterday.  Members of SHS Honor Society judged each project.  Congratulations to the following students moving on to the District Science Fair: 

Ruby Jimenez

Maggie Miner

Stryker Sorensen

Dallin Young

Will Fowler

Addison Mott

Caitlyn White

Ryan Watson

Anders Folkman

Sephie Jensen

Bridger Nielson

Kaylee Wolfgramm

Emery Clayton

Shavon Mousser

Mandarin Monday

Submitted by shavon.mousser on Mon, 01/23/2023 - 12:04

We celebrated the Chinese Lunar New Year on Friday, January 20th!  Students shared red, ornate envelopes with one another.  The color red symbolizes energy and good luck!  This is the year of the Rabbit.  DLI students taught our traditional students to say, "Happy New Year" (xin nian quai le) or '年年有余,岁岁平安', which means "May you always get more than you wish for and may you start safe and sound all year round", in Mandarin.  Many students and teachers also wore traditional Chinese dress.  Happy Chinese New Year!

Shavon Mousser

Skill Building with Ms. Robison

Submitted by shavon.mousser on Thu, 01/19/2023 - 17:18

Ms. Robison is our Skill Building Technician at Sage Creek.  Skill Building offers an environment in which students can complete assignments, receive additional support, and obtain guidance in strengthening life skills.  She is an AMAZING support to both students and faculty!

Shavon Mousser