April 2012

Hobble Creek's Debate Team ties for 6th place

Attributions: 
Carol Day

Hobble Creek students Tiffany Asay, Sophie McCausland and Elizabeth Rex, Leah Ribble tied for 6th place at the Utah State Elementary Debate Division I on Thursday April 26, 2012
        Eliza Kriser, Samara Lessley, Silas Miller, and Ethan Blackett also participated in the state debate that was held at Hillcrest High School.
         This year's resolution is:  Resolved that the state of Utah should provide incentives to increase local food production and consumption in order to improve air quality and reduce energy use. 
         

April 27, 2012 Students of the Week

Attributions: 
Pamela Schultz

The pictured students were Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK on April 27. 2012:  Ivan Moulton, Emma Ornelas, Hunter Metler, Rie Ann Briggs, Cole Rasmussen, Samantha Johnson, Will Jenkins, Kayte Conners, Jessica Lambert, Kekai Palmer, Andrew Jensen, Analesa Delgado, Abbie Garrett, Kaylee Anderson, Jensen Felt, Brinnley Crane, Ty Wolfgramm, Calvin Barrett, Karson Anderson, Zach Hamilton, Nathaniel Hales, and Tahlia White.

March 20, 2012 Students of the Week

The picutred students were Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK on April 20, 2012:  Ayson Beardall, Wesley Brunt, Cooper Murphy, Bryson Hansen, Brianna Lewis, Alexis Christensen, Samuel Delacruz, Henry Killpack, Emily Porter, Tyler Holloway, Spencer Winward, Maya Harrell, Elli Chiniquy, Inez Scott, Leah Ribble, Bailey Morgan, Kaycie Bleggi, and Asha Peterson

March 6, 2012 Students of the Week

Attributions: 
Pamela Schultz

The pictured students were Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK on April 6, 2012:  Michaela Pendleton, Robert Hagen, Cole Hixson, Katelyn Ross, Lydia Rowe, Savanah Butler, Aaron Campbell, Steven Lopez, Michael Wirthlin, Dillon Hales, Paige Snyder, Abby Garrett, Brenden Dusenberry, Jacob Pritchard, and Samantha Snyder.

Miss Jonhson's 6th Graders penpal with students in Egypt!

Attributions: 
Jayme Johnson

Miss Johnson's 6th grade class has been receiving emails and writing letters to a 6-7th grade class in Cairo, Egypt since the beginning of this school year. It has been a great experience for both the Hobble Creek students and the students from Egypt to learn about each others cultures. They recently received a package from their penpals full of letters and pictures. Mrs.

It Pays to Read!

The students at Hobble Creek Elementary were chanting “It Pays to Read!” at an assembly on Friday, March 30th, 2012. The school had set a goal, for the school as a whole to read a total of 400,000 hours by March 30th, 2012. The students needed to bring in a slip of paper that the parents signed for every 100 minutes that would go into a pot for their names to be drawn to win prizes that consisted of posters, books, book lights, headlamps, footballs, basketballs, Barnes and Nobles gift cards, iTunes gift cards, iPods and Kindles.