Mrs. Elliott’s class has loved learning about ancient China. They spent time learning about the archeological find of the Terracotta Army created by the first Chinese emperor for whom China was named, Qin (pronounced Chin) in the year 246 BCE. Then, on January 31st, the students celebrated Lunar New Year by performing a lion dance in all the classrooms of the school. The students also made lucky red envelopes for each student in the school and put a surprise inside each envelope to wish every child "fu" (luck) and wished all students “Gong Hei Fat Choi” (Happy New Year).
Congratulations to our January Fantastic Falcons!
Miss Taylor: Krew Christensen
Mrs. Peterson: Trace Pearman, Jamisen Doherty
Kindergarten: Lily Davis, Alayna Maestas, Kenya Ward, Kayden Bott, Kambrie Jacobsen, Cade Whitaker, Braxton Allred, Mackenzee Nicholls, Payzlie Taylor
1st Grade: Kendrick Elliott, Abigail Lyman, Alex Johnson, Isabelle Langton, Caleb Boyle, Megan Stone, Paige Henderson, Jivan Padilla, Zoey Haskell, Lexi Ortega, Brooklyn Robbins
Last week the students at Foothills Elementary participated in a Fit Falcon Week. This activity was done to help the children focus on other activities besides watching TV and playing with other electronics. They were given several activities such as walk/running, jumping jacks, sit-ups, push-ups, and air squats to do each night at home, and repeats of these at school. They were also given some extra ones to do like try a veggie that you had never tried before, encouraging them to eat healthy foods.
Congratualtions to our December Foothills Falcons!
Kindergarten: Rilee Button, Jaxon Eppley, Phoebe Leavitt, Kelseigh Banks, Brianna Boren, Kendyll Rindlisbacher, Nick Brown, Zack Brown, Tiffany Burnah, Jayston Sutter
Transitional Kindergarten: Beckam Shephard, Riley Taylor
Miss Taylor's Class: Landon Richmond
1st Grade: Kenya Holsman, Brock Mortensen, Elijah Green, Ian Modesitt, Thatcher Porter, Kendra Harris, Sylvie LeBaron, Trevor Coffman, Adrian Hurst, Elle Hite, McKell Iverson, Mason Ward
Several students at Foothills had the opportunity to decorate a gingerbread house with the Mrs. Huntsman. Students who read the required minutes during the month were given a ticket to place in a drawing. One student from each class was chosen from the drawing to decorate a gingerbread house. Their houses were on display for several days in the office for others to enjoy before taking them home.