Hansen's Heroes

Sage Creek Elementary News - Fri, 03/23/2018 - 10:15am
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These students have shown what it truely means to be an extraordinary Dragon! Great job Dragons!  

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Teacher Appreciation Week Coming Up March 26-30, 2018

Brookside Elementary News - Fri, 03/23/2018 - 10:01am
Attributions: Mrs. Mallori Strong
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Hey Parents!

Please find attached some information about teacher appreciation  next week. We would love to have everyone in the school involved. Let's make it great!

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Great Artist Pictures Displayed Throughout Art City

Art City Elementary News - Thu, 03/22/2018 - 11:26am
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Art City Elementary students have been busy all year learning about different artists and art techniques.  Each student chose their favorite piece of art and it was displayed in the hallways of the school just outside each classroom.    Thank you parents and PTA for all of your help in displaying the pictures as well as helping teach the "Great Artist" classes.

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Keys to Success Assembly

Springville High School News - Wed, 03/21/2018 - 8:23pm
Attributions: photos by Zach Hjorth and Devon Maupin, SHS News Photographers
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KTS assembly, held on Wednesday, March 21, included games, singing, talents, and fun! 

The Keys to Success program is one of the programs of the Success in Education Foundation. Our programs are designed to motivate students in education through individual recognition so they feel a sense of accomplishment, building the foundation for future learning. Students in participating Keys to Success high schools earn rewards by improving academically or setting goals with their teachers. Additionally, Keys to Success is partnered with multiple universities, post-secondary educational institutions, and business sponsors to provide students with many scholarship opportunities. Over the past 10 years, the Keys to Success program has offered over 600 scholarships to Utah students, with a total value of well over half a million dollars.  See more about KTS Scholarships at: https://ktsutah.com/Scholarship/Available

Keys to Success Mission

Motivate Utah elementary and high school students to advance academically by working with schools to reward educational accomplishments.

Keys to Success Vision

Achieve the highest reading scores in the country for elementary students and the highest percent of high school graduates pursuing post-high school degrees.

Keys to Success Values

  • Put Children First: Put our children, and their future, first.
  • Work Together: Unite and inspire families, teachers, administrators, and the community to work together to achieve meaningful and measureable academic improvement.
  • Character: Cultivate the development of character while adhering to the highest standards of integrity.
  • Commitment: Be relentless in our commitment to achieving our vision for Utah’s children.
  • Respect: Treat children and each other as unique and important individuals who matter.
  • Self Esteem: Create, and effectively administer, programs that build self-esteem in children.
Categories: Secondary, Springville

Loveland Living Aquarium Visits Art City Elementary

Art City Elementary News - Wed, 03/21/2018 - 7:06pm
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In February the Water Van from Loveland Living Aquarium visited Art City Elementary School sixth grade classes.  They talked about ecosystems and what happens when a nonindiginous species invades an area and what happens to the environment (the invader eats all of the food and there is no food left for the fish or animals that are native to the area).   They also had the opportunity to meet a very large lizard, a hedgehog and a snake. 

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Jasmine Jonas KTS iPad Winner

Springville High School News - Wed, 03/21/2018 - 4:52pm
Attributions: photo by Zach Hjorth, SHS News Photographer

Jasmine Jonas, SHS Sophomore, was the 5th and final finalist to try her key to win an iPad and a chance to win a car in the Keys to Success assembly on Wednesday, March 21.

The Keys to Success program is one of the programs of the Success in Education Foundation. Our programs are designed to motivate students in education through individual recognition so they feel a sense of accomplishment, building the foundation for future learning. Students in participating Keys to Success high schools earn rewards by improving academically or setting goals with their teachers. Additionally, Keys to Success is partnered with multiple universities, post-secondary educational institutions, and business sponsors to provide students with many scholarship opportunities. Over the past 10 years, the Keys to Success program has offered over 600 scholarships to Utah students, with a total value of well over half a million dollars.

Read more at: https://ktsutah.com/Home/About

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Keys to Success Scholarship Recipients

Springville High School News - Wed, 03/21/2018 - 4:47pm
Attributions: photo by Zach Hjorth, SHS News Photographer

Keys to Success Scholarship Winners were announced this morning, Wednesday, March 21, during the Keys to Success assembly:

Garrett Ercanbrack - Mountainland Applied Technology College $500
Gabriella Del Rosario - Utah Valley University / Mt. America Credit Union $2000
Bradyn Jackson - US Synthetic / Bill J Pope  $1000
Elizabeth Pearce - Paul Mitchell $1000
Ryker Jenkins - Southern Utah University $1000

Keys to Success is partnered with multiple universities, post-secondary educational institutions, and business sponsors to provide students with many scholarship opportunities. Over the past 10 years, the Keys to Success program has offered over 600 scholarships to Utah students, with a total value of well over half a million dollars. By offering scholarships, Keys to Success provides students with opportunities to continue their education and obtain their post-secondary certificates or degrees. Together as a community, we are encouraging our students to become the best educated future workforce in the country.

Thanks to our wonderful scholarship sponsors, this year alone we are proud to offer over 300 scholarships to participating Keys to Success schools.  Read more about the program at:  https://ktsutah.com/Scholarship

Congratulations to these Red Devil scholars!

Categories: Secondary, Springville

We Lead: Lighthouse Review

Cherry Creek Elementary News - Wed, 03/21/2018 - 1:59pm
Attributions: by Janelle Barrett
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Today marked a big milestone for Cherry Creek's journey as a Leader In Me school. Visitors from Franklin Covey (the parent company of The Leader In Me program) came to visit our school to complete a "Lighthouse Review". Schools that have implemented the Leader In Me with exceptionalism and consistency across multiple years are eligible to be designated as a "Lighthouse School". It's our goal to be awarded with Lighthouse status, and we look forward to the feedback we receive! We are proud of our Cherry Creek leaders!

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Springville Mayor’s Recognition Award: Lindsay Gardiner

Springville Junior High School News - Wed, 03/21/2018 - 1:12pm
Attributions: Article by Shannon Acor

Ninth grade Springville Junior High student, Lindsay Gardiner, received the Springville Mayor’s Recognition Award at Tuesday’s City Council Meeting. Assistant Principal Shauna Shepherd nominated Lindsay for her kindness and her ability to see the needs of others. Ms. Shepherd writes “Lindsay took it upon herself to organize a group of friends to write 365 anonymous notes to a struggling student so she would have one happy note to read from a friend every day.” Springville City Council, Mayor Child and the community are so grateful for Lindsay and her example. Lindsay is the daughter of Margot Gardiner.

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Mrs. Jorgensen's Class Has Been Learning About Measuring In Inches, Feet, And Yards

Brookside Elementary News - Wed, 03/21/2018 - 11:55am
Attributions: Mrs. Jorgensen
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Mrs. Jorgensen's  class has been learning about measuring in inches, feet, and yards.  We went outside with chalk and yard sticks to measure how tall we are and how tall some animals are.  The salt water crocodile was the longest at an amazing 23 feet.  

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Kindergarten Pre-Registration

Cherry Creek Elementary News - Tue, 03/20/2018 - 2:14pm
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Parents,

It is time for kindergarten pre-registration for the 2018-19 school year! Please click on the following link and follow the directions: http://cherrycreek.nebo.edu/content/kindergarten-pre-registration

We would like pre-registration to be completed by Thursday, March 22nd. Then we invite you and your child back to complete the registration process on August 1st. Your child will also be given a brief assessment at that time. 

Please share this information with neighbors and friends! We're excited to welcome a new group of crocs to Cherry Creek!

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Thursday, March 22 - Kindergarten Pre-Registration

Westside Elementary News - Tue, 03/20/2018 - 11:39am
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Don't forget that Thursday, March 22 is 2018-2019 Pre-Kindergarten Registration.

1. Complete the online portion of registration before coming to the school. http://westside.nebo.edu/registration.

2. Bring the following items to the office: birth certificate, immunizations, 2 forms of proof of residency, and if interested, the application for Spanish Dual Immersion. 

Computers and translators will be available in the office to assist on March 22 between the hours of 7:30 am and 4:00 pm.

 

 

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Announcements for the Week of March 19th

Springville High School News - Mon, 03/19/2018 - 1:17pm
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Please open the PDF for this week's announcements for: Drill team parent meeting, Boys Tennis, Region Concert band, Softball, Baseball, FFA, Hypnotist hick.

 

 

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Brookside Praise Note Winners For The Week Of March 12, 2018

Brookside Elementary News - Mon, 03/19/2018 - 9:37am
Attributions: Mrs. Liz Porter

Jazmin Sanchez lined up the ipads so they can charge quickly, Caleb Salmond always says thank you after being helped, Eli Whiting works hard on his math and having a positive attitude, Bailey Iese is working hard to understand math and is not aftraid to ask questions, Charlie Young picked up trash in the playground and threw it away, Luke Hodson is being a good friend to his classmate, Flo Reijer-Palma traded chairs with someone who wanted hers to make them feel better, Tyson Eves volunteered to work with a classmate, Jens Cutler picks up extra trash in the lunch room everyday!, Corbin Moore took down all the chairs to get the classroom set up, Natalie Aragon is always working hard and helping her classmates, Reece Petersen put away a student's things for them. 

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Red Devils shut-out the Miners at home

Springville High School News - Fri, 03/16/2018 - 4:18pm
Attributions: photos by Noah Brimhall, SHS News Photographer
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On Wednesday, March 14, Springville High varsity softball hosted the Bingham Miners.  The Red Devils scored a run early to give them a lead and was able to hold on for the big win over the Miners, 2 - 0.

Girls Softball Team:
Eliza Aystun, Sage Bowers, Lexi Brunger, Seatull Call, Kallie Graves, Rylee Harris, Kelsea Johnson, Lizzie Kurban, Addi Lister, Bella McCombs, Bailey Monson, Brinlee Paystrup, Clair Pexton, Kayli Remund, Lindsey Robinson, Jayde Rodriguez, Adaina Rogas, Laney Scott, Brittany Simpson, Kinley Walker, Lexi Wilson

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Red Devil tennis serves match-up with Golden Eagles

Springville High School News - Fri, 03/16/2018 - 4:03pm
Attributions: photos by Nikki Powell, SHS School News Photographer
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On Tuesday, March 13, Springville High's Red Devil Boys Tennis team hosted a match-up against local rival, Maple Mountain Golden Eagles.

2018 Boys Tennis Team Members:
Tim Barton, Ethan Bird, Jackson Chambers, Jonah Cochran, Nathan Galbraith, Ryan Hafen, Ben Hall, Andrew Hammond, Joseph Hammond, Ethan Holiday, Jonathan Holman, Andrew Jensen, Tyler Jessee, Garrett Lindsey, Samuel Lindsey, Donavan Matheson, Cam Monson, Cole Monson, Jacob Nelson, Porter Olsen, Caleb Patten, Benson Shafer, Kevin Sumsion 

Categories: Secondary, Springville

We Lead: Begin With the End in Mind for Friday Fun Day

Cherry Creek Elementary News - Thu, 03/15/2018 - 8:01pm
Attributions: by Reagan McSweeney
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We do Friday Fun Day in 5th grade for the students who get their homework done. Since there are three 5th grade classes it works perfectly. If you get your homework done you get to play capture the flag. If you do not get your homework done you go to one of the 5th grade classrooms to read or do math. It helps the students begin with the end in mind and want to get their homework done so they can have a chance to have extra fun. 

Categories: Elementary, Springville

Red Devil baseball starts season with two wins

Springville High School News - Thu, 03/15/2018 - 7:34pm
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Springville baseball has a perfect season start winning both opening games against Carbon and Payson.  On Tuesday, March 6, the Red Devils traveled to Carbon and shutout the Dinos, 4 – 0.  Red Devil pitcher Bailey Nelson scattered two hits over five scoreless innings to lead the Red Devils to a win in their season opener.  On Monday, March 12, Springville hosted the Payson Lions. Bailey Nelson picked up the win on the mound as the Red Devils cruised to the comfortable victory over Payson, 13 - 3.

Red Devil 2018 Baseball Players:

Cole Bowers, Mathew Child, McGwire Child, McKade Child, Nicholas Cloward, Will Daybell, Jakob Dellamas, Riley Duston, Kai Ellison, Jacob Erockson, Ryan Fry, Kyle Gage, Zackary Graves, Travis Hartman, Carter Johnston, Samuel Johnston, Tyler Johnston, Tyler Kelly, Aydan Marshall, Brinton Montgomery, Bailey Nelson, Michael Nelson, Ryder Peterson, Cooper Riggs, Robert Schnek, Gavin Seamons, Kyle Soter, Tristen Thompson-Perez, Nicholas Thorpe, Porter Thorpe, Kason Winward, and Jace Witney

 

Categories: Secondary, Springville

Brookside Elementary Has Earned The U.S. Energy Star Award

Brookside Elementary News - Thu, 03/15/2018 - 3:04pm
Attributions: Mrs. Dana Beckert

Brookside Elementary uses 35% less energy and generates 35% fewer greenhouse gas emissions than similar buildings across the nation!

What is ENERGY STAR?

  • For more than 20 years, the US Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR program has identified the most energy-efficient products, buildings, plants, and new homes – all based on the latest government-backed standards.
  • The program was created in 1992 to help businesses and individuals save energy and fight climate change. Today, every ENERGY STAR label is verified by a rigorous third-party certification process.

What does ENERGY STAR certification signify?

  • 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 is the only environmental program in the United States that certifies energy efficiency based on actual, verified energy performance and objective measures of performance, providing a guarantee of savings.
  • 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.
  • ENERGY STAR is recognized by more than 85 percent of the American public and tied with the Good Housekeeping® seal as the most influential consumer emblem in the nation.
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What are the benefits of ENERGY STAR certification?

  • Lower operating costs: ENERGY STAR certified buildings and plants use, on average, 35 percent less energy than similar buildings nationwide. The cost savings can be substantial. For example, ENERGY STAR certified office buildings cost $0.50 less per square foot to operate than their peers. In 2015, ENERGY STAR certified buildings and plants saved $1.7 billion, or an average of more than $250,000 per building.
  • Connect with your community: Americans are big believers in doing the right thing, and they expect the same of the professionals in their communities. More than 65 percent of adults like to do business with environmentally responsible companies3. More than 80 percent of workers are attracted by an employer with an environmental reputation. Roughly half of workers said they would forgo higher pay or a promotion to work for an organization with a good reputation4.
  • Higher occupancy rates: ENERGY STAR certified buildings have higher occupancy rates when compared to similar buildings. A 2008 study conducted by the University of San Diego's Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate showed that ENERGY STAR certification gave a roughly 4 percent boost to occupancy rates.2
  • Increased asset value: Maintaining high energy performance over time increases the likelihood of higher building valuation due to higher net operating income from energy cost savings. Experienced managers of large portfolios of ENERGY STAR certified buildings interviewed for one study1 confirm that ENERGY STAR helps increase building value. ENERGY STAR certified buildings generate more income when compared to similar buildings.2
  • Lease to federal tenants: If you want to lease your space to a federal tenant, your buildings must be ENERGY STAR certified. (Executive Order 13514 mandates that Federal Agencies may only lease space in ENERGY STAR certified buildings.)
    • Hedge against future mandates: Numerous cities and states have passed legislation containing energy efficiency mandates for commercial new construction projects and existing buildings. The vast majority of them incorporate ENERGY STAR and Designed to Earn the ENERGY STAR. The trend is growing every year as more cities and states seek ways to reduce costs and emissions. By earning the ENERGY STAR now, you’re in a better position to respond to any future laws or mandates. See the list of legislation and campaigns leveraging ENERGY STAR.
    • Protect the environment: A building isn’t environmentally friendly unless it’s energy efficient. ENERGY STAR is the government-backed program for certifying energy-efficient buildings. That’s why green building rating systems across the nation include ENERGY STAR. Whether you’re pursuing Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), Green Globes, or the U.S. Guiding Principles for High Performance and Sustainable Buildings, ENERGY STAR certification will ensure your building uses less energy and leaves a smaller carbon footprint.
Categories: Elementary, Springville

Red Devils host first track meet

Springville High School News - Thu, 03/15/2018 - 2:12pm
Attributions: by Allissa Huffaker, Girls Track Coach

On Tuesday, March 13, Springville High hosted the first tri-meet of the season against both Provo and Wasatch.   Springville has not had a home meet for two years, so it was exciting for the athletes to finally compete on their home track.

Springville’s girls team had a first place finish by Emalee Osborn (100m hurdles), Heidi Sumsion (400m), and Marlynne Deede (Javelin and Shot Put).

The Red Devil boys track team had a first place finish by Michael Eifert (3200m), Sean Holloway (200m), Springville's 4x100 relay, Chase Clements (Javelin), and Chris Ohman (High Jump).

Of course there were many other great performances from this first meet; Red Devil track and field members are excited for the start of the season.

Categories: Secondary, Springville

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