November 2011

November 11, 2011 Students of the Week

The pictured students were Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK for November 11, 2011:  Emilie Mertz, Abby Thomas, Esther Darby, Robby Lape, Brynlee Stepp, Wyatt  Thomas, Annika Vorkink, Jane Winward, Bryant Gallagher, Grace Dawe, Cooper Magleby, Spencer Winward, Bryon Reese, Brenden Dusenberry, Kayla Bennett, Asher Hunt, Elizabeth Rex, Nick Wheeler, Sol Quackenbush, Brianna Sorenson, Eliza Nemelka, and Tiffany Asay

Reflections at Hobble Creek

Reflections have been going on at Hobble Creek Elementary since the school started.  When Reflection time comes around each year the halls, classrooms and homes are buzzing with students discussing on what to do that year.  Reflections is an annual program that has been put on by the National PTA for 40 years.  It encourages students to display their artistic talents in different categories based on a national theme.  “Diversity means…” was the theme for this year.  Students can enter their talents into eight different categories (music, photography, visual arts, literature, dance, theatre,

November 4, 2011 Students of the Week

The pictured students were Hobble Creek Elementary's Students of the Week on November 4, 2011:  Katherine Fisher, Maren Porter, Paityn Bird, Siri Schneck, Brynlee Stepp, Julia Hart, Zoie Frisby, Rylan Taylor, Warren Finlaysen, Ethan Lewis, Joshua Fielding, Lexie Warren, Madison Henderson, Aubrey Nissen, Timothy Shorts, Samantha Strunk, Kyle Chen, Clayton Dean, Jackson Littledike, Lauren Brunt, Jacob Myers, and Jacob Nelson.

Halloween at Hobble Creek

On October 31, 2011 the halls were a scary site at Hobble Creek Elementary.  There were witches, goblins, monsters, pirates and much more rooming the halls.  The students and teachers had fun showing off their creative costumes to each other as well as the parents during the Halloween Parade.  The students and faculty marched down the halls and throughout the gym while parents and peers were watching the parade come by.  It was a great site.  But beware if you come to Hobble Creek, you might get nabbed by one of these creatures!