Our Math Olympiad students are on a roll! Against the toughest contest so far this year, Hobble Creek mathletes fought hard through all 5 questions. Congratulations to Hobble Creek’s top scorers for this round, 6th grader Sadie B. and 5th grader George B. and runner-ups 6th graders Hailey W. and Braden S., and 5th graders Isaac B. The Hobble Creek Team score, consisting of the top 10 aggregate scores, is 128 out of 200 points.
Since 1986, Kids Who Count has provided Early Intervention services to families of young children residing in the Nebo School District boundaries. We’ve helped thousands of families and children and we can help you. If you are concerned about your baby or toddler’s development or had a medical professional talk to you about some milestones your child hasn’t yet reached, you may be eligible for early intervention services. The purpose of Early Intervention is to enhance early growth and development in infants and toddlers under three, who have developmental delays or disabilities.
N.O.V.A. is the education program taught by Detective McCoy of the Mapleton Police Department. He taught our 6th-grade students about accountability, risky behaviors (drugs, violence, dangers of media), good decision-making, and resources available to them (parents, teachers, community leaders, etc.).
Our Math Olympiad students kicked the new year off right with the 3rd contest of the year. All twenty-three mathletes answered at least one of the questions correctly! We also have a number of new faces at the top: congratulations to Hobble Creek’s top scorer for this contest, 6th grader Sadie B. and runner-ups 6th graders Hailey W. and Eric L., 5th graders Payton P. and Erin J. and 4th grader Rachel R. The Hobble Creek Team score, consisting of the top 10 aggregate scores, is 94 out of 150 points. Way to go!
The 4th grade had the honor of having Sunny Jensen’s grandpa, Mountain Man Scott Sorenson, come and tell us about the life of a Mountain Man . He told us some great tall tales as well as some true stories of past Mountain men. He also told us some of his great stories! He showed us some animal calls and furs of animals. The 4th grade learned a lot and had a great time. Thanks Mountain Man!!