BYU came to Foothills Elementary on September10, 2013 to do their ‘Cougar Strong’ presentation for the fourth grade classes. The program talked about being drug free and keeping your body healthy. BYU handed out BYU shirts to every student. This is a picture of Mr. Haskell’s class showing off their ‘Cougar Pride.’
The SHHS grade school mentoring program was designed to help the students enrolled in Mr. Jamsa's sociology class have a real world experience in observing the social interactions of elementary aged students. Mentoring also provides the SHHS students an opportunity to develop leadership skills as they teach and encourage younger students who need the extra support from older peers.
SHHS Wrestling Coach, T.J. Brindley, and several wrestlers came to Foothills and put on an assembly for the studentbody. SHHS Wrestling Team Captains each talked about the values of hard work, determination, building self-confidence, and never giving up on your dreams. They also talked about the importance of taking care of our bodies by eating right and exercising. The students enjoyed participating by trying some of the exercises the wrestlers do to keep their bodies fit. Thanks SHHS wrestlers for coming. We had a wonderful time.
Congratulations to our September Fantastic Falcons!
AM: Spencer Hopkins, Zacharias Watson, Kylie Fausett, Kael Theobold
PM: Aston Cook, Clara Porter, Ruby Harris, Nathan Jones
Miss Taylor's Class: Dannie Fillmore
Ashton Thompson, Paisley Tucker, Tyler Baker, Skyler Remkes, Tayton Fuja, Aliya Jackson, Anna Ludwig, Samuel Wride, Miguel Zavala, Carter Berrett, Riann Francom, Regan Swenson
SHHS Football had a service day and several team player came to Foothills Elementary to tape squares on the basketball standards. Students have enjoyed playing basketball with the aid of the squares. One student said, "It is easy to make a basket now." Thanks to the SHHS Football Team for your service.
We had over 50 applications for student council this year. How exciting to have so many students want to make Foothills Elementary a better place to be. Each applicant was asked to write a one page essay on how they could be a productive student council member. The essays were fabulous and made selecting 12 student council members a difficult thing to do.