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

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If you have a student in 4th- 6th grade, please use this sign up to choose a time for your SEP Conference on Wednesday, October 7th. Scroll through the list to find your child's teacher and click on your desired time. Then click the submit and sign up button. Please type your child's first and last name in the "My Comment" section. Create an account if you are not already a Sign-Up Genius member. Having the account will make it easy for you to go back in and edit your time if needed and sign up for future conferences.



1145 East 1200 North Street
Mapleton, UT 84664-3907

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

Mrs. Lingham a Hobble Creek Treasure

From the PTA spotlight we know that Mrs. Lingham Likes pink, yellow,chicken fingers, Taylor Swift, summer on the beach, family vacations, and math. She broke her leg when she was 6 months old. She dreams of touring London England with her family. Her students say she is amazing, creative, really good at math and beautiful.

STUDENTS OF THE WEEK October 2, 2015

Linda Baird photo

Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK onFriday, October 2, 2015:  Audrey Carlson, Hudson McCulloch, Wyatt Truscott, Cade Hixson, Chase Franks, Ellie Dunkley, Brighton Thomson, Austin Barlow, James Chiniquy, Ava Brunger, Roman Nicol, Dylan Corfield, Meredith Anderson, Everett Brothers, Jevan Theobald, Olivia Larsen, Corbin Bailey, Cooper Murphy, Brody Colton, Ashleigh Mousser, Ary White, Kamryn Lamb, and Grant Griffitts.

Robotics Class

photo Mr. Johnson

Hobble Creek students are learning to program lego robots in an after school robotics club.

Mrs. Christensen, a Hobble Creek Treasure


Mrs. Christensen, a Hobble Creek Treasure


Mrs. Christensen is a student as well as a teacher.  She has  been studying to earn a license in Early Childhood Education, a reading endorsement, and is now working toward a Masters of Education.   She has lived in Spain, and traveled extensively within the United States. She went to Central America to see ruins and study about the ancient Maya civilization.