Hobble Creek Students discovered that it does pay to read. Top readers won prizes and names were drawn to shoot baskets for cash. The school read 30,040 minutes which is 6400 minutes over the school goal.
Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK on March 22, 2013: Nicole Thomson, Lindsay Walker, Jackson Sharpe, Gavin Gulley, Megan Smith, Chad Franke, Porter Nadauld, Cole Rasmussen, Brody Schneck, James Nissen, Danny Black, Autumn Redd, Alexis Call, Jeremy Shoell, Olivia Smith, Trey Frixione, Paul Terry, Nicole Noorda, Lucy Nielson, Rylan Poulsen, and Caleb Earl.
The sixth grade took advantage of the warm spring afternoon to create chalk circles on the playground. They used their math skills to calculate the circumference and area of the circles. They were rewarded with a pie!
The pictured students were Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK on Friday, March 8, 2013: Nathan Anderson, Madison Holman, Paige Fish, Lindsey Fish, Emilie Hepworth, Mary Ribble, Cole Hixson, Garrett Paxton, Jordan Freeman, Nev Quackenbush, Jake Nadauld, Kaylee Metler, Tyler Scott, Sam Hartman, Jonathan Buhler, Sarah Curtis, Emma Mousser, Baylee Jones, Aspen Madsen, Ethan Blackett, and Inez Scott.
As part of the science unit on accoustics sixth grade students have made instruments from card board, pvc, bucketts and more. They have created a band with their instruments, composed a song, and written lyrics. The songs will be performed in the Battle of the Bands on Friday afternoon March 8.
Miss Huyett's 5th grade class put on a talent show to raise money for Global Outreach Alliance (GOA), a non-profit organization that helps people in Africa. Some of GOA's projects include: scholarships for education, school building, house building, well building, and cow breeding. The students will split the money raised among their favorite projects. The students conducted research about the GOA projects, made survival bracelets, developed a talent to share, and were the emcee's for the talent show. They will also be writing persuasive letters to local businesses and prominent people
Blue Hair was sprouting and bopping up and down as students transformed into Dr. Seuss' Thing One and Thing Two.
The pictured students were Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK on March 1, 2013: Ellie Jenkins, Kaila Finlayson, Max Sundet, Rebekah Wall, Lupe Lauaki, Porter Harrison, Riley Holbrook, Maren Porter, Rorie Hinds, Emma Nilsson, Megan Ripley, Taen Weber, Peyton Moosman, Brock Sundet, Naomi Brown, Elli Chiniquy, Chandler Adsit, Hope Taylor, and Corbin Nelson.