The 6th grade orchestra under the direction of Mrs. Knight performed for the school in an assembly. The orchestra showd the student body their progress made in before school orchestra by playing folk songs, blues, and Christmas Carols. Mrs. Knight complemented the student body on their ability to keep the beat. Thanks Mrs. Keliililiki for developing that skill! Thanks Mrs. Knight for developing string skills in the early hours!
MMHS is proud to announce the November Students of the Month!
Sophomore Kristi Reategui’s favorite quote is, “I am in competition with no one. I run my own race. I have no desire to play the game of being better than anyone, in any way, shape, or form. I just aim to improve, to be better than I was before. That’s me and I’m free.” In five years, Kristi sees herself in the Olympics.tags: Student of the Month
Mark your calendars! The MJHS annual book fair is coming up December 2-6. The book fair hours are as follows:Monday (12/2): 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. & 2:40 to 3:40 p.m.Tuesday (12/3): 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. & 2:40 to 3:40 p.m.Wednesday (12/4): 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. & 1:55 to 2:55 p.m.Thursday (12/5): 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. & 2:40 to 7:30 p.m.Friday (12/6): 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. & 2:40 to 3:40 p.m.English classes will be given the opportunity to preview the book fair on December 2nd.
Zions Bank “Lights On”
Sierra Bonita Elementary will be participating in the Zions Bank tree-trimming tradition called “Lights On”. Students have created ornaments in arts class with Nikki Huntington to be hung from the tree located at the Spanish Fork Zions Bank. There will be a “Lights On” ceremony that will take place at the bank on December 4, at 4:45pm, where our students/families will gather together to light the tree and our school choir will perform. All are invited to attend.
Every Friday during morning annoucements, Mr.Larsen read praise notes over the intercom and if your name is read, you come have your picture taken in the office. Students can earn praise notes for many things such as: Being kind to another student, going the extra mile, listening to instruction, etc. This has been a fun way to recognize the students at Sierra Bonita for their extra efforts!
Our transistional first grade class has had some special visitors from Costco! Every Monday, there are 13 Costco representatives that come to Sierra Bonita and read to our transitional first grade class. Costco members even made the students their very own Costco nametag! The kids look forward to this each and every week!
The Kindergarten classes celebrated Thanksgiving. They role played and prepared to learn about the first Thanksgiving.
Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK on Friday, November 22, 2013: Trevor Lovell, Brody Harrison, Anna Griffitts, Lyndsay Walker, Natalia Munoz, Braden Nuttall, Addison Hales, Jackson Kunz, Anson Polgar, Zivia Ouzounian, Samantha Brady, Grace Dawe, AnnaBeth Templeman, Jessica Shumway, Jane Sweat, Abby Garrett, Aubrey Nissen, and Spencer Winward.
Congratulations to our Ken Garff Radical readers for the Month of November. Each student chose a special reward from the Treasure box. Thanks students for making reading a priority!
We also appreciate those students who return their reading charts and log minutes on line.
Keep reading everyone and enjoy your Thanksgiving break!l
Row #1 left to right Seated
Ella Handcock, Ryan West, Mitch Robertson,Meg Eaton and Isaac Nielsen
Row #2 Jeanette Griffin, Elizabeth Wheeler, Colton Oman, Joe Nedesky, Raylei Back ,Megan Jewett
Students at Sierra Bonita were nice to each other and earned a fun reward activity on November 14th. A man came from Earth Wings and showed us owls and hawks. Students were able to see an owl eat a mouse and watch a hawk fly through the gym. The hawk flew very close to our heads. After the assembly we were able to see the owl up close as we walked back to our classes. The reward activity was very fun!
Mrs. Miner has always made herself accessible throughout all my high school years. She’s happy and kind; I’ve never seen her without a smile on her face. She is so willing to help and answer questions. During my junior year, I changed my mind multiple times about what I was going to do my senior year. I looked into a lot of different options such as MATC (where I could get my nail technician degree) or an internship (to give me a feel for a future career). I went to Mrs.
On November 5, 2013 the Maple Mountain DECA club attended the Snow College Invitational. Maple Mountain was represented very well with the following students who placed in their respected fields: Business Law and Ethics Event second place was Chandler Schramm and Bethany Irwin, while Brayden Jackman and Duncan Beutler took third; Scott Johnson finished in the top 5 for Quick Serve Restaurant Event.
We would like to congratulate these students with their success!Tags: deca
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Each class contributed a flag to the assembly and met the mascot. Hawks asserted loud and clear that there is no bullying at our school.
Kindergarten through third grade students were the audience for the performance of THE NIGHTINGALE
The majesty, grace, and poetic ritual of ancient China were vividly depicted in this engrossing tale of the emperor who neglects the lyrical song of a humble nightingale for the artificial splendor of a mechanical bird. The Nightingale invites us to ponder the true worth of the things we value most. “Do not be deceived by glitter and show. A true voice and a gentle heart are all you will ever need.”
Hobble Creek Elementary's STUDENTS OF THE WEEK on Friday, November 15, 2013: Jaden Thomas, Waylan Thomas, Quincy Ouzounian, Gracie Ellis, Lindsey Fish, Jack Dunkley, Austin Lovell, Ivan Moulton, Samantha Stepp, Jared McClellan, Wyatt Smith, Savanah Butler, Alexi Corfield, Caitlynne Jenni, Sage Loveland, Mason Kaanga, Andrew Jensen, and Eldon Van Orman.
Alice in Zombieland was performed at Mapleton Jr. High this past Halloween. In it, Alice took her friend, Dinah, through Wonderland as they encounter one big problem, Zombies! They interact with many different characters as they try to solve the zombie infestation. The show was done in neon costumes under black lights. In the words of The Mad Hatter (Jon Krutsch), "This spoof was very fun to perform, rehearse, and watch. The cast was a amazing, and the feel of being on stage during this performance was unique, it was well, honestly, really hard to explain.