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1145 E. 1200 N. Mapleton, UT 84664 * Phone: (801) 489-2863 * Fax (801) 489-2868



1145 East 1200 North Street
Mapleton, UT 84664-3907

Phone: (801) 489-2863
Fax: (801) 489-2868

A Visit by author J. Scott Savage

photo by Mr. Johnson

Scott Savage came to Hobble Creek to share with our students about the writing process and how it is possible for one person to truly change the world.   J Scott Savage is the author of the Farworld middle grade fantasy series and the Case File 13 middle grade monster series. He has been writing and publishing books for over ten years. He has visited over 400 elementary schools, dozens of writers conferences, and taught many writing classes.

Hot Air Balloon

Mrs. Hayes

For a science activity we made a hot air balloon. We learned about heat and how heat helps hot air balloons stay in the air. We took our balloon to East Meadows where we competed against other classes throughout the district to see which balloon design would stay in the air the longest. We did not win, but we did learn a lot about why hot air balloons have the design they have and why hot air can keep a balloon in the air for so long.

STUDENTS OF THE WEEK November 20, 2015

Linda Baird photo

Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK onFriday, November 20, 2015:  Aisa Inouye, Natalie Dean, Claire van der Horst, Ryder Roth, Haddie Dawe, Maurie Hartman, Andeline White, Rhett Fullmer, Luke Terry, Anna McMaster, Avery Sorenson, Lily Flake, Lindsay Barrett, Haven Smith, Carter Griffin, Nicole Cragun, Cole Hixson, Easton Swenson, Samantha Johnson, Nev Quackenbush, Jared McClellan, and Alysssa Walker.

Libby Anderson Daily Herald's Student of the Week

Daily Herald

Libby Anderson, 11, from Mapleton attends sixth grade at Hobble Creek Elementary and was chosen to be honored as the Daily Herald's Student of the Week.  At her school, Libby participates in Student Council as a class representative and wants to give back to her school by honoring school policies and being an example of kindness, respect and valuing education.  “If you give back to your school and community, you make it a better place," she said. "If you are just a taker, you aren’t improving the world you live in."  She is known to be kind, hardworking and friendly.

Mapleton-Springville PTA Council Excellence in Service Award

Linda Baird photo

Mr. Johnson presented Carol Day the Mapelton/Springville Excellence in Service Award at the area PTA Council meeting.  Mr. Johnson read from several letters of endorsement featuring Carol's service to the schools and community in the areas of debate, chess club, grant writing for the arts, professional development, and networking.  Carol is passionate about bringing together possibilities and people.