Hobble Creek music teacher, Mrs. Keliiliki, wrote in a grant to the Nebo Foundation for a class set of ukeleles:
"The ukulele is an affordable instrument that can be used to foster music literacy in the classroom setting. It is fun and simple to play, inexpensive, portable, and suited to any style of music. The ukulele will allow the children to explore elements of music including melody, harmony, rhythm, form, tempo, dynamics, and tone.
Dr. Hanks spoke to the student body about standing up to bullying. He talked about how chickens and bully's pick on others. He gave the school a formula to go by: QUIT: Question, Unite, ignore, Talk to an adult.
Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK, on Friday, December 5, 2014: Jacob Ballard, Kenadee Paxton, Ella Scott, Chase Johnston, Peter Hagen, Natalia Munoz, Ethan Asay, Jack Dunkley, Gaven Asbell, Savannah Jenni, Mason Garrett, Sulie Lauaki, Grace Carter, Danny Black, Julia Hart, Alyssa Walker, Zack Ellis, Wendy Griffin, Sage Loveland, and Peyton Moosman
Third Grade students excitedly explored the Natural History Museum of Utah. This field trip is a student favorite!