May 2023


Submitted by shavon.mousser on Wed, 05/24/2023 - 08:12

Ms. Gleave's 4th graders dissected owl pellets after learning about animal adaptations and habitats.  The students wore disposable gloves and then requested masks to "be like doctors". 

Shavon Mousser and Paula Gleave

4th Grade: Utah Program

Submitted by shavon.mousser on Fri, 05/19/2023 - 08:58

Sage Creek 4th Graders presented the Utah Program for the school on May 16th.  This program solidifies students' knowledge of  the Fourth Grade Social Studies Core Standards.  It is a fun way to learn about Utah's History and how it was shaped by many diverse people, events, and ideas. 

You can watch a video here:

Shavon Mousser, Megan McCullough

Welcome Mrs. Youd! New Principal at Sage Creek Elementary!

Submitted by michael.johnson on Thu, 05/11/2023 - 09:20

The Nebo School Board of Education appointed Angela Youd as the Principal of Sage Creek Elementary in Nebo School District. 

Ms. Youd earned her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Utah Valley University and her master’s degree in Education Administration from Southern Utah University.

For the past 11 years, Ms. Youd has worked in Nebo School District. She served as a facilitator at Spring Lake Elementary and as Dean of Students at Spring Canyon Middle School. She taught second grade at Maple Ridge, Sierra Bonita, and Brockbank Elementary Schools.

Ms. Youd was honored with the Crystal Apple Award in 2019. She previously taught piano lessons and coached cheer and dance teams. She has served the children in her community and church for over 12 years. 

A colleague said, “As a leader, Angela is extremely organized and dedicated to her responsibilities. Her teachers, staff, parents, and students hold her in high esteem. Angela is a team player and exhibits commitment to the profession. She is reflective, kind, and caring and will truly be an effective administrator.”

Ms. Youd said, “I believe that school is a place where students should feel valued, trusted, and successful. In order for these things to happen the school environment needs to be safe, welcoming, and inviting to all who enter. Each staff member at the school holds a responsibility to help each individual feel respected and needed, and plays a vital role in making school a great place to be.”
When asked about her motto, Angela said, “In a world where you can be anything, be kind.”

Angela enjoys camping, boating, and snowboarding–mostly anything outside with my family. She is married to Derek, and they have three children.

Michael Johnson

Springville Track and Field-3rd Grade

Submitted by shavon.mousser on Tue, 05/09/2023 - 17:41

3rd Graders attended Springville's Track and Field event on Friday, May 5th.  Many Sage Creek Dragons placed in their respective events!  Way to go, Dragons!

Zander Quarnberg (100 Meter, 5th place)

Samuel Poulsen (200 Meter, 6th place)

Elizabeth Fowler (100 Meter, 3rd place; 50 Meter, 4th place; 200 Meter, 5th place)

Ivy Young (100 Meter, 6th place; 200 Meter, 6th place)

Josie Jay  (400 Meter, 3rd place; 200 Meter, 4th place) 

Shavon Mousser