"Teacher Swap was when all the teachers switched up grades and got to read a story to a different class. The teacher swap was fun because you get to be with a different teacher and get to know their personality when they came and read a book to us!" said Luke Franks, a 6th grader in Mrs. Harper's class.
ENERGY STAR certified buildings and plants are verified to perform in the top 25 percent of buildings nationwide, based on weather-normalized source energy performance and many other metrics, including occupancy, hours of operation, and more.
ENERGY STAR certified buildings and plants use an average 35 percent less energy, cause an average 35 percent fewer greenhouse gas emissions, and are less expensive to operate than their peers, and
they also meet strict requirements regarding occupant comfort.
Hobble Creek students had a great time guessing which pet belongs to which teacher!
On Monday, March 12th BYU biology students came to our 3rd grade classrooms. In small groups of 4 or 5 students, the BYU students led a frog dissection and discussion. Our 3rd graders LOVED this opportunity to learn more about frogs and biology. A big thank you to Jamie Jensen for arranging this fun opportunity for us.
Mrs.Bingham's 2nd grade class enjoyed making ice cream as a physical change science experiment led by Mrs. Bateman. We learned the difference between physical and chemical changes and how to follow the Scientific Method to plan, conduct and analyze an experiment.