November 2013

STUDENTS OF THE WEEK on Friday, November 22, 2013:

Linda Baird

Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK on Friday, November 22, 2013:  Trevor Lovell, Brody Harrison, Anna Griffitts, Lyndsay Walker, Natalia Munoz, Braden Nuttall, Addison Hales, Jackson Kunz, Anson Polgar, Zivia Ouzounian, Samantha Brady, Grace Dawe, AnnaBeth Templeman, Jessica Shumway, Jane Sweat, Abby Garrett, Aubrey Nissen, and Spencer Winward.

BYU Young Company presented "The Nightingale"


 Kindergarten through third grade students were the audience for the performance of THE NIGHTINGALE

The majesty, grace, and poetic ritual of ancient China were vividly depicted in this engrossing tale of the emperor who neglects the lyrical song of a humble nightingale for the artificial splendor of a mechanical bird. The Nightingale invites us to ponder the true worth of the things we value most. “Do not be deceived by glitter and show. A true voice and a gentle heart are all you will ever need.”


STUDENTS OF THE WEEK on November 15, 2013:


Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK on Friday, November 15, 2013:  Jaden Thomas, Waylan Thomas, Quincy Ouzounian, Gracie Ellis, Lindsey Fish, Jack Dunkley, Austin Lovell, Ivan Moulton, Samantha Stepp, Jared McClellan, Wyatt Smith, Savanah Butler, Alexi Corfield, Caitlynne Jenni, Sage Loveland, Mason Kaanga, Andrew Jensen, and Eldon Van Orman.

Egypt Day

The culminating event for the 6th grade study of ancient Egypt brought Pharaohs and pyramids to the school.

STUDENTS OF THE WEEK on Friday, November 8, 2013

Pamela Schultz

Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK on Friday, November 8, 2013:  Luke Winward, Jaden Thomas, Addison Geary, Ella Dawe, Nicole Thomson, Kaila Finlayson, Jared Hardy, Madison Gailbrath, Ethan Christensen, Halle Murphy, Samuel Southam, Megan Gehring, Alexis Christensen, Logan Gren, Warren Finlayson, Ryan Wall, Hannah Geary, Akaylea Berry, Quinn Butler, and Kaylee Anderson.

Lego Robotics Club

Three times as many Hobble Creek students than were expected signed up for Robotics Club. BYU students are the club leaders helping students program Lego robots to accomplish tasks.