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Hobble Creek students were treated to an especially awesome opportunity Thursday, December 22nd. A huge thank you to Mr. Johnson, Larry H Miller Megaplex and Mrs. Julie Warren for providing this opportunity for our school. The students were all able to go from Kindergarten to 6th grade to see the new movie Moana from Disney.
Great job to these outstanding Hobble Creek Students of the Week:
Cameron Henderson, Cougar Waidman, Wyatt Truscott, Jacob Jensen, Hailey Weidman, Rhett Bailey, Lydia Bailey, Brooklyn Cherrington, Anna McMaster, Joshua Hafen, Landon Buhler, Max Smith, Natalia Munoz, Josie Cronk, Jocelyn Brown, Olivia Larsen, and Megan Smith.
We were lucky to have a visit from the MJHS orchestra and band on Tuesday morning. There are many past Hobble Creek Hawks in the orchestra, band and choir. They have an outstanding, award winning instructors Mrs. Deanne Helquist and Emily Smith. They would love to recruit any graduating 6th graders to join next year. Also, Mr. Kevin Diehl is the choir instructor and is very experienced and talented. He always has a large group of boys and girls in his choirs and he would love any of our graduating 6th grades to consider being in the choir next year.
Our wonderful students of the week for December 9, 2016 are:
Parker Garrett, Seth Frischknedt, Sophie Jackson, Livya Stoker, George Putnam, Claire vander Horst, Lincoln Thomas, Graden Bringhurst, Tatum Fish, Kade Christensen, Spencer Rowe, Lily Flake, Taite Jackson, Olivia Webster, Aly Darby, James Fowler, Halle Murphy, and Madeline Bell.
Great job students. Thank you for working hard and being fantastic Hawks!
The Hobble Creek 2nd grade class plays were created from original stories written by our students under the direction of Wendy Gourley, our artist in residence during the month of November. She was here as part of an Arts Project grant from the Utah Division of Arts and Museums, along with the presentation of Native American culture, music and dance by Nino Reyos.It was a great experience for the students to be apart of. Everyone learned a lot from the experience of play creation to performance.