The Hobble Creek Choir Performed This Week for Students And Parents

Attributions: 
Mrs. Liz Porter

A big thank you to all the 3rd - 6th grade students who took a lot of time and effort to prepare and sing in the Hobble Creek Choir this year. There were many early morning practices and hard work learning very difficult arrangements. A big thank you goes to Mrs. Thuedon who is so willing and generous with her time and talents to teach these students to sing.

Please Notice The Change For 5th and 6th Grade Track Meet Days

Attributions: 
Mrs. Linda Baird

Due to the weather, we had to change 5th and 6th grades track meet days.

6th is rescheduled for May 16th, Tuesday.

5th is rescheduled for May 17th, Wednesday.

4th is hopefully staying with May 2nd, Tuesday.

3rd is hopefully staying with May 3rd, Wednesday.

If the weather is not good on any of these days, we will not have any track meets.

Hobble Creek Penny War Set To Start May 1-5, 2017 With Exciting New Twist!

Attributions: 
Mrs. Jayme Smith

Hobble Creek Elementary would like to announce our annual penny war to benefit Primary Children's Medical Center May 1-5, 2017.

New this year, parents and businesses can match funds in classrooms and will be recognized. Follow this link to participate. See flyer sent home today for more info.
http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0f4da8aa2ca2fb6-penny

Mrs.Maxine Bartholomew To Retire At The End Of the School Year

Attributions: 
Mrs. Liz Porter

Mrs. Maxine Bartholomew is retiring at the end of the school year next month. She is one of the veterans at Hobble Creek and she will be missed! This is what she said about her long career as a teacher. "I have worked in Nebo School District for 32 years. I started my teaching career at Park Elementary in Spanish Fork. I taught fourth grade there for 18 years. I then transferred to Hobble Creek Elementary in 2003, the year it opened, and I have been teaching fourth grade here since. I did my student teaching in kindergarten and first grade, but I was then hired to teach fourth grade.

Hobble Creek Students of the Week: April 21, 2017

Attributions: 
Mrs. Linda Baird

It's that time again to show you the Hobble Creek students of the week for April 21, 2017. They are Hailey Fry, Isabella Rex, Hudson McCulloch, Lucy Carter, Natalie Degn, Thatcher Lee, Tom Lloyd, Lea Cardon, Jonas McCown, Roman Nicol, Ellie Metler, Kayla White, Ethan McCulloch, Porter Redd, Sydnie Hawkes, Ethan Christiansen, Porter Nadauld, Denton Marks, and Paige Casper.

If you see these great students make sure you recognize them for being outstanding this week!

Hobble Creek Students Participate In A BYU Innovation Competition

Attributions: 
Mr. Mike Johnson

K12 Student Innovator of the Year is an innovation competition for students in grades 4 - 12. All you have to do to compete is invent a novel (but useful) product, system, or service, and come ready to pitch it to a panel of judges (think of this like a Shark Tank experience). There are 3 categories: elementary (grades 4 - 6), junior high (grades 7 - 9), and high school (grades 10 - 12). Over $6000 in cash prizes was awarded. Two of our 4th grade students, Emma Snapp and Ashley Hardy participated. They created the Hypno Changer. We are so proud of their effort and hard work.

Hobble Creek Students of the Week: April 14, 2017

Attributions: 
Mrs. Linda Baird

Here are the student "Hawks" who made student of the week for April 14, 2017. Wesley Broughton, Mya Gilbert, Beckett Mickelson, Nathan Marshall, Ella Scott, Brinley Cherrington, Alijah Marks, Logan Radford, Audrey Richards, Peter Hagen, Barbara Torro, Caleb Tuckett, Rebekah Jensen, Lily Lee, Carter Griffin, Weston LeBaron, and Brody Colton.

We appreciate your hard work in school and kindness to others. Great job Hawks!

Mrs. Alison Snow Receives the Crystal Apple Award for 2017

Attributions: 
Mr. Mike Johnson

The Crystal Apple Award is an "Excellence in Education" Award.

The purpose of this award is to recognize outstanding individuals in the education field who are dedicated to the success of our students. Exceptional principals, assistant principals, teachers, classroom assistants, office and school staff in our communities deserve recognition and praise for their hard work in schools each and every day. The Crystal Apple Awards are a way to show appreciation to these individuals.

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