March 2017

Mr. Stan Littlefield Retiring At The End Of The School Year

Mrs. Liz Porter

Mr. Littlefield has been at Hobble Creek Elementary since it opened over 14 years ago and has loved every minute of it. Everyone at Hobble Creek loves Mr. Littlefield and he will be sorely missed. Mr. Littlefield enjoys camping in his trailer with his family, going on trips, hunting, and spending time with his grandkids and adopted grandkids here at Hobble Creek. His favorite food is bacon, eggs, and hashbrowns. His favorite season is Fall and he loves going to Yellowstone. When not at school he builds saddles and works with mules. Mr.

Hobble Creek Students of the Week: March 10, 2017

Mrs. Linda Baird


Here are the Hobble Creek students of the week for March 10, 2017. We think they are doing awesome here at school and want to recognize them for it. Way to go students!

Boston Heath, Bryan Lake, Maisyn Olsen, Zachary Broderick, Timothy Evans, JJ Thomas, Cassidy Southam, William Rex, Maurie Hartman, Yuki Inouye, Helaman Casuga, Isaac Marshall, Easton Mecham, Sarah Miyagi, Rylee Dawe, Jordan Freeman, Sulie Lauaki, Madison Galbraith, and Cooper Seamons

Mrs. Ribble's Kindergarten Class Reading In The Dark!

Mrs. Jessica Ribble

Mrs. Ribble morning kindergarten class was caught reading in the dark this morning. Well, they had flashlights and were loving every minute of it as part of our month long read-a-thon. Every Friday has a different theme. March 10th is feather pillow Friday, so bring a pillow. No school March 17th, March 24th is book swap Friday. Bring an old book you no longer read and students will swap books with each other so everyone has a new book to read and take home.

Keep up the great reading students

Hobble Creek Students of the Week: March 3, 2017

Mrs. Linda Baird

Drum Roll Please....we are announcing the Hobble Creek Students of the Week for March 3, 2017....These students have been working hard in class and at home getting school work done, showing outstanding citizenship, and helping their teachers as needed. We think they are soaring high.  Great job students!!!