Chess Tournament Champions

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 03/21/2012 - 15:31

Hobble Creek Elementary Chess Club won 12th place in the State Tournament and 2nd place in the District Tournament!  The students were from grades Kindergarten to 6th grade.  All of the students that participated from Hobble Creek Elementary earned the 2nd place trophy.  Hobble Creek Chess Club has earned trophies every year starting in 2005.  In 2005 as well as in 2006 we won 1st place, in 2007 we won 2nd place, in 2008 as well as 2009 we won 4th.  Also in 2009 we won 7th place in the Art City Invitational.  In 2010 we won 8th place and 2nd place in the Art City Invitational.  We won 8th place in the Art City Invitational in 2011 and 2nd place in 2012.  Mrs. Winward has been Hobble Creek Elementry’s parent chess organizer for the past 3 years and Carol Day has been a beginning chess teacher.  Students from Mapleton Jr. High have also volunteered to teach chess for the Chess Club.  The Chess Club has ranged from 45 students to 120 students.  The Chess Club in Nebo School District was started by Mary Kay Spencer, Chad Argyle and Carol Day as a project of Nebo Gifted Children’s Association, an affiliate of Utah Association for Gifted Children and National Association for Gifted Children.  If you are interested in or have questions about the Chess Club you can reach Carol Day at Hobble Creek Elementary.

Arts Project at Hobble Creek Elementary-March 9, 2012

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 03/12/2012 - 14:57
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    Students at Hobble Creek Elementary have been learning  about mapping, their community, science and technology through the art of dance from the professional dancers of Repertory Dance Theatre.   

    Hobble Creek Elementary fourth and second grade students performed the dances that they created under the direction of Repertory Dance Theatre dancers Lynne Larson and Chara Huckins at a culminating event Friday March 9.  The dances went along with science and social studies core curriculum such as habitat, erosion and weathering.  The dances also celebrated the resources that are in the Hobble Creeka school boundaries which lie in Springville and Mapleton and extend up Hobble Creek Canyon. Third and Fourth grade students conducted a survey which they used to map the data collected.  The maps were displayed on Friday. Sixth grade students used the survey results to create a movie about the gardeners of the community.  This information may be used in creating a school community garden. Second grade students have been studying the systems that are involved in bring food from the farm to the garden.  They made posters about the transportation systems.  The posters were also displayed.

     Hobble Creek has an art project grant from the Utah Division of Arts and Museums, formerly the Utah Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the arts.  The grant allows them to join into the Green Map Project which is an international effort to create perspective changing portraits of communities that act as practical guides for resident, tourists, decision makers and statisticians.  The Green Map System has spread to over 600 cities, towns and villages in 55 countries.  

      Repertory Dance Theatre is involved in the community providing  educational opportunities and striving  to increase an awareness of the art of modern dance.  The dance company has been involved in schools in the Salt Lake and Ogden area with the Green Map Project.  

         The information was used by the dancers and placed on student made maps and onto the online green map.  This is “place-based education which emphasizes creative exploration and the joyful realization of the ties that connect a person with nature and culture in their place.”(David Sobel)

For More Information Contact Carol Day 801-489-2863

Attributions
Carol Day/Pat Cannon

March 9, 2012 Students of the Week

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 03/09/2012 - 11:38
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The pictured students were Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK for March 9, 2012:  Ayson Beardall, Jackson Lambert, Porter Nadauld, Jared McClellan, Joshua Morgan, Bridger Barton, Zivia Ouzounian, Madeline Ruff, Madison Walker, Claire Nemelka, Jacey Cardon, Dallen Gren, Hanna Schneck, Brenden Dusenberry, Brooke Galbraith, Timothy Hart, Adyson Montgomery, Ashlee Brown, Emily Hemstreet, Taylor Cherrington, and Rachel Buhler.

March 2, 2012 Students of the Week

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 03/02/2012 - 11:53
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robb [dot] hicken [at] springvilleindependentnews [dot] com (The pictured students were Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK for March 2, 2012:  Tyler Christensen, Elsa McCown, Keslee Van Orman, Braxrton Wright, Laryn Howell, Brooklyn Thomas, Ayden Christensen, Kayte Conners, Makenzi Thomas, Sawyer Hanks, Ryan Wall, Naomi Brown, Megan Durden, Maya Harrell, Blake Harrison, Sarah Black, Eliza Ouzounian, Kylie Swensen, Shaelyn Christensen, Brylee Hanks, Brigham Snyder, and Kendall Flake.)

Wax Museum

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 02/24/2012 - 15:21
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February 24, 2012 Students of the Week

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 02/24/2012 - 14:30
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The pictured students were Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK for February 24, 2012:  Ethan Christiansen, Nathan Nelson, Nicole Cragun, Bryson Hansen, Louisa Scott, Avery Miller, Annika Henderson, Katelyn Beutler, Porter Stevens, Nathan Brown, Sage Loveland, Phoenix Sorenson, Timothy Barton, Nathan Myers, Brayden Black, Amanda Brimhall, Brianna Sorenson, Jacob Johnson, and Rachel Bailey.

Science Fair Winners

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 02/17/2012 - 14:04
We had approximately 115 students complete the project and about 43 students that wanted to be judged to see if they would be one of the 8 lucky winners who would advance to the District Science Fair.  We had projects ranging from product testing such as the best popcorn to buy, to what material is the best conductor of heat.  The students that passed to the district from my class were Rylie HInds and John Hagen.  Rylie experimented with the best cup to insulate your hot drink and John discovered how teeth react to certain products such as sugary drinks, milk and water to name a few.  We had parents walking away from the Science Fair saying they learned quite a bit from our incredibly intelligent 6th grade students, and I whole heartedly agree.  They did a super job!!
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Lisa Nissen

February 17, 2012 Students of the Week

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 02/17/2012 - 13:49
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The pictured students were Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK for February 17, 2012:  Ayson Beardall, Cutler Christensen, Jocelyn Brown, Wynter Smith, Louisa Scott, Piper Montgomery, Kaia Lowe, Kaylee Radford, Emily Porter, Sam Bailey, Elise Campbell, Isaac Darby, Maren Murphy, Inez Scott, Ethan Lawrence, Jaden Christensen, Kaden Call, Courtney Holt, Haley Weight, and Morgan Weight.

Learning Bench Marks Through Dance

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 02/17/2012 - 13:43
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Repertory Dance Theatre came and taught the students of Hobble Creek about different bench marks of Science and Health through dance. The bench marks were pollution, recycling, water cycle, exercising, eating healthy and much more.  The students even got to dance with with the dancers.  The program started off with the 6th grade dance students doing their dance on the water cycle.  It was very informative and the students at Hobble Creek Elementary loved it!

February 10, 2012 Students of the Week

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 02/13/2012 - 11:49
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The pictured students were Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK for February 10, 2012:  Milana Henke, Brooke Jensen, Ella Fowler, Rie Ann Briggs, Emma Nilsson, Brianna Lewis, Lauren Watson, Brayden Adamson, Olivia Penrod, Natalie Hales, Morgan Dean, Cooper Littledike, Teuila Nawahine, Maya Harrell, Dallon Lewis, Ethan Little, Adam Holmberg, Hailey Eaton, Cameron Dorny, Maggie Ellis, Quinn Morrill, and Michaela McCown.