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Discovery Gateway came to Cherry Creek Elementary to show our 5th graders the proper way to mix chemicals without blowing anything up or destroying themselves. When chemicals synergize, they create something different as they work together, just like what Habit #6 teaches us. Students were able to mix chemicals together and practice what they learned through personal trial and error.
They really enjoy the presentation that the lab scientist gave. They also enjoyed working with one another and synergizing to bring about a chemical reaction.
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We have some students that have done praise worthy acts before and after winter break. We would like to recognize Chris Mickelson for plugging in the ipads and chromebooks, Gunnar Weight for staying late to stack chairs, Sophia Melendez for asking questions about her classwork so she could do it correctly, Nixon Young for handling problems on his own and not tattling on others, Olivia Burris, Emma Burris, and Jack Beach for always saying thank you, Jeryck McCoy is always trying to be polite, Eduard Orozco is honest, Lisset Mosqueda helps organize the ipads, Ace York is working on neat hand writing, Lincoln Tibbs set a personal goal and is reaching it, Edie Wilde is having a positive attitude with her schoolmates, Teagan Farrer finished his morning work, Gracie Tanner went the extra mile in picking up things around the classroom, Shawn Costello walked down the hall quietly and sat on pockets during the assembly, Nixon Young cleaned up for another student, Brayden Smith let the office know when there was an issue in one of the rooms at the school.
It's good to be back from winter break and settle into school again. The term end next Thursday with SEP's starting at 3:30. No school Friday the 12th or Monday the 15th.
Reflections Region Awards
Award of Excellence (meaning she is moving on):
Lexi Jackson — Photography
Award of Merit:
Evey Gibson — 3D Art
Reed Nelson — Music
The awards night is Thursday, January 11 at the Nebo School District Offices in Spanish Fork. The entries will be on display at 6:30 and the program will start at 7:00. It will last about 30 minutes. Great job students!!
Mental Health Awareness Night(s)
Dates and Locations:
January 8, 2018 @ 6:30 Spanish Fork High
February 6, 2018 @ 6:30 Maple Mountain High
March 6, 2018 @ 6:30 Payson High School
March 12, 2018 @6:30 Salem Hills High
April 16, 2018 @ 6:30 Springville High
The theme for the Reflections Contest this year was: Within Reach.
The winners for this year are:
Every Friday, "Praise Notes" are read during morning announcements. These students are called to the office and get thier picture taken. Students can earn a "Praise Note" by being caught doing kind things throughout the school and classrooms.
For our 1-29-18 reading assembly, we are going to see just how well Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Brown know their favorite books! Or ... do our students know the book(s) better?
- Kindergarten through 2nd grade(s) are going to go up against Mrs. Hill
- 3rd through 6th grade(s) are going up against Mrs. Brown
Mrs. Hill has picked the book They All Saw A Cat by Brendan Wenzel, and Mrs. Brown had chosen Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone. Happy reading ... Let's see if we can stump Mrs. Brown and Mrs. HIll!
Congratulations to the following students selected as December's CLIMBers of the Month! These Students were chosen because of their excellent academic and citizenship performance. We appreciate each of you demonstrating your abilities to CLIMB at Mt. Loafer.
C- Care for Others: Adam Yancey, Dayde Elton, Adyson Miller, Emily Christean, Brynn Robinson, Mia Johnson, Grae Richardson, Darl Struthers
L- Look for Opportunities to Serve: Maeva Hopkinson, Cooper Trask, Mila Mehlhoff, Haedon Wilson, Lilly Jones, Jocie Neria, Kaiden Howell
I-Improve our Learning & Behavior: Kinley Palmer, Tad Hoover, Matthew Hill, Zander Hutchinson, Kate Barton, Megan Davis, Marcus Ringger, Logan Guerrero
M- Make Responsible Choices: Ian Allen, Adam Cheney, Nick Andersen, Ryker Newton, Barrett Magoffin, Robert Martinez
B- Believe in Myself and Others: Isaac Wilson, Elisabeth Ringger, Kambree Ross, Shyanne Sutton, Boston Sullivan, Hailey Nelson, Maycee Elton, Giselle Martinez
Great job Hansen's Heroes for showing everyone how awesome you are! You have shown determination, responsibility, and kindness throughout the week!
Mrs. Carter, our computer planning time instructor, taught the students how to make Binary Code Bracelets. They loved it!!!! Thank you Mrs. Carter!
In late December Westside received a special treat with a visit from Santa! He came to say hello to each class, passed out candy canes, and reminded the children to do their best. Westside is always grateful for such wonderful visitors!
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Just before the Christmas break, sixth grade orchestra students displayed their talents in an assembly. The sixth graders, some of who had never played their instrument before this year, played Christmas music as the school listened. Several students also showed their instrument and played a solo to demonstrate the sound.
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In December fourth grade students used their division skills to figure out how to successfully create several fleece blankets to donate to Primary Children's Hospital. Great work fourth graders, those blankets will be very much appreciated!
We are now accepting applications for our Chinese dual-immersion program. This is for current kindergarten students (in or out of our school boundary) who will be in 1st grade next year. Information about the program can be found on our school website under the tab "Chinese Immersion".
Madisan Brittain received an Award of Merit this year at the Region level of Reflections in Visual Arts. She did a great job, and we are so proud of her! Congratulations!