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We had a fantastic jr. choir performance yesterday at Brookside Elementary. Performer's included Alex Hernandez, Madelyn Oman, Josie Whiting, Caroline Felix, Porter Yeagley, Avery Glover, Cambree Farrer, Baylee Sampson, Walker Strong, Symoni Berg, Ethan and Eleanor Howes, Parker Antonino, Adalyn and Ayva Haglund, Talia Soto, Lucas Milligan, Mati Dellamas, Brynn Jones, Charlie Young, Cooper Creer, Brook Engle, Mason Wirfs, Kyle Eves, Liam and Logan Jackson, Quincee Welsch, Lincoln Tibbs, Sage Nance, Emergy Strong, Quinn Rummage, Addison Mccarty, Cooper and Eveline Ostler, Evie Flukiger, For Assis, Alice Butterfield, Mac Christensen, Brielle Ballard, Ben Smith, Gerald Guzman, Silah Rawlinson, Lucas Carreno, Asher Hicks, Susanna Oberg, and Leah Simkins.
We would like to give a big thank you to Mrs. Tami Evans and the 5th Grade assistants Lexie Antonino and Christine Cardenas. Also, thanks to all the wonderful parents and students that came every week to practice before school.
Haylee Marian worked hard to understand math this week, David Sanders worked hard on his writing, Halle Strong always has a positive attitude, Max Sorensen behaved extra well during inside recess, Devon Levengood read silently when asked, Tryg Stewart read quietly when asked to, Ace York took care of the class head phones, Garvyn Vanpatten is always honest about rewards he earns in the classroom, Daniela Prieto shared her treats and Johnny Pickering showed respect during the National Anthem when it was playing.
Thank you students for working hard at choosing good behavior and being kind and respectful to others!
Sage Creek School is proud to present the 2018 Teacher of the Year - Ms. Kelli Giles. Ms. Giles has taught both 5th and 2nd gr and is currently teaching in our dual-immersion program. She has been an educator for 19 years and has literally touched the lives of hundreds of students during her tenure at Sage Creek. A colleague of Ms. Giles recently said, "Kelli just 'gets it'. Whether it is working with one particular student, a class of students, or with other educators in collaboration, Kelli's skills and insights make any group she is a part of even better. She is a pleasure to teach with and makes me a better educator by associating with her." Not only is Kelli a wonderful teacher, she is also very involved in the community and has coached community recreation T-ball and softball and been involved in a variety of humanitarian projects. Congratulations Ms. Giles!
Elizabeth Rex and Joel Emmett (both Springville High Juniors) competed in the Nebo School District Science Fair on Wednesday, February 28, and came away with the award “Nebo Finalist" which qualifies them to participate in the Central Utah STEM Fair at Brigham Young University at the end of March.
SHS Live featured their success on Thursday, March 1. Watch the full interview and broadcast at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eH3lZftehmw
--photo from SHS Live Broadcast (Elizabeth Rex – middle, Joel Emmett – right)