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November 2016

Thanksgiving Thanks

Submitted by liz.porter on Tue, 11/29/2016 - 09:33
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Mrs. Liz Porter
Thanksgiving Thanks

We hope everyone had a wonderful and restful Thanksgiving break. The faculty and staff here at Hobble Creek would like you to know how much we appreciate the many hours of service, great students, and delicious food we get here at our school.

We wish all a very happy holiday season!

Hobble Creek Third Graders Went to the Natural History Museum of Utah on Wed., Nov. 16th.

Submitted by liz.porter on Tue, 11/29/2016 - 09:23
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Mrs. Michael-Ann McAfee
Hobble Creek Third Graders Went to the Natural History Museum of Utah on Wed., Nov. 16th.

Third grade went to the Natural History Museum of Utah on Wed., Nov. 16th. The students learned about the first people, land forms, prehistoric life, living things, poison, Utah's Great Salt Lake & Native Americans, and saw some really amazing rocks & minerals. It was a great learning opportunity made possible by the state legislature (free entry to the museum), parent donations (bus costs) and wonderful parent volunteers!  (Kids from each class are represented in the photos.)

Hobble Creek Students of the Week: November 18, 2016

Submitted by liz.porter on Mon, 11/21/2016 - 10:50
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Mrs. Linda Pugh
Hobble Creek Students of the Week: November 18, 2016

Our Hobble Creek Students of the Week for November 18, 2016 are: Bella Jensen, Leni Cardon, Audrey Carlson, Erin Jensen, Isaac Browne, Reis Brothers, Lauren Sorenson, Ethan Chahua, Rhett Fullmer, Lilly Lake, Claire Hafen, Hunter Shafer, Ari Frixione, Hayley Brimhall, Brooklyn Martin, Nixon Thomas, and Kalena Buehler. Good job Hawks.

Hobble Creek Singers Perform Broadway Review

Submitted by liz.porter on Mon, 11/21/2016 - 10:14
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Mr. Mike Johnson
Hobble Creek Singers Perform Broadway Review

A group of boys and girls from Hobble Creek Elementary have been getting up early and coming to school three mornings a week to prepare for a Broadway performance that they presented last week. What a great job students. We know it takes a lot of practice and preparation to perform such difficult musical numbers. We loved it!

Liz Porter Awarded PTA Service Award

Submitted by sarabeth.johnson on Thu, 11/17/2016 - 15:05
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Liz Porter Awarded PTA Service Award

We are thrilled to honor Liz Porter as the recipient of the PTA Service Award.  Liz is an amazing advocate for our students and is always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone in need.  Liz is currently our skill building coach and our PR representative.  Mrs. Porter has served on Hobble Creek's PTA and School Community Council for many years.  We are so lucky to have Liz Porter at Hobble Creek Elementary!

Hobble Creek Students of the Week: November 11, 2016

Submitted by liz.porter on Mon, 11/14/2016 - 11:40
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Mrs. Liz Porter
Hobble Creek Students of the Week: November 11, 2016

Here are the Hobble Creek Students of the Week for November 11, 2016:

Hailey Fry, Keawe Elkington, Jacob Bailey, Aaron Fisher, Daniel Haderlie, Grace Gressman, Corbin Gardner, Julia Butler, Emma Martin, Jared Garrett, Andrew Fisher, Isaac Marshall, Gavin Gulley, Kayla Marshall, Isabella Villalobos, Miles Browne, Nicole Cragun, Landon Willson, and Mary Ribble.

We appreciate your hard work students. Way to be a positive example to others.

Native American Veteran Nino Reyos Was At Hobble Creek Today Sharing Stories, Music, and Dance

Submitted by liz.porter on Fri, 11/11/2016 - 11:24
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Mr. Mike Johnson
Native American Veteran Nino Reyos Was At Hobble Creek Today Sharing Stories, Music, and Dance

We had the opportunity to have a guest come to Hobble Creek today, who is a Native American and a veteran. He is a member of the Northern Ute and Laguna Pueblo Indian nations. He will also be working in the afternoon with second and fourth grade on native dance.Mrs. Bingham has worked very hard to bring Native American art to our school as well as this assembly that featured Mr. Nino Reyos dancing, performing music, storytelling, and explaining the regailia that the Native Americans wear. Please come and see the traveling Native American art show.  Thank you, Mrs. Bingham!!

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