Hobble Creek Students of the week for April 29, 2016: Chantel Wall, Brighton Thomson, Peter Hagan, Ashley Hardy, Joel Rodriguez, Brynlee Hamilton, Gracie Ellis, Emma Liljenquist, Robert Hagen, sarah warren, carson davis, amanda Griffin, Joseph Holman, Danny Black, Ethan Dorny.
BYU dance ensemble Kinnect danced the school through a night museum. The assembly showed the school matter, gravity, artists Munch and Seurat, symmetry, and ancient Egypt. Students joined the dancers on the stage for a couple dances. The student body was thrilled at the flight and athleticism of the dancers. 14 classes participated in workshops with the dancers.
Hobble Creek PTA has given the faculty a week of fame, recognition, treats, and five star treatment. Monday the teachers were "Soda Lightful", Tuesday they found delicious popcorn at the concession stand, Wednesday the teachers were "super stars" Thursday teachers feasted on a 5 star luncheon, and Friday they got to float our boat. Friday also brought a drawing for a prize. Thank you PTA for all the work that this celebration involved. The faculty is feeling shiny and thankful to work with a supportive amazing group of parents.
Hobble Creek Students of the week for April 22, 2016: Chloe Christensen, Hadyn Haslem, James Taylor, Julia Butler, Sarah Ribble, Anne McMaster, Caigan Gren, Kavika Bringhurst, Kaila Finlayson, Braden Nuttall, Javier Munoz, Keslee Van Orman, Max Smith, Adam Hart, Audrey Green, Bowan Mabry, Eliza Jackson, James Nissen, Max Knowlton.
Hobble Creek students of the week April 15, 2016: George Putnam, Olivia Ash, Daniel Haderlie, Marina Nicol, Waimea Elkington, Sadi Johansen, Heidi Weidman, Bri Schneck, Bekah Wall, Parker Henderson, Porter Shelley, Jocelyn Brown, Josh Hartman, Mia Anderson, Bryson Hansen, Megan Ripley, Max Knowlton.
Hobble Creek Staff elected Mrs. Day their Teacher of the Year. She was recognized at the school board meeting on Wednesday night.
Hobble Creek PTA sponsored a reading promotion that really payed students to read. The culminating event included Springville and Maple Mountain High basketball players and cheerleaders plus a professional.