School News


Kindergarten students really enjoyed learning about this great country in which we live. The students were issued a “driver’s license” and a “key” so they could drive their cars to different destinations throughout the United States of America. They visited the Statue of Liberty, Mount Rushmore, Washington Monument, and the White House. They even got to visit with Abraham Lincoln, Betsy Ross, and Martha Washington. Thanks to all the volunteers and parent helpers.


Dr. Seuss Day

Foothills Elementary celebrates Dr. Seuss Day by inviting parents to come read with their children before school.

Chess Club


Foothills Chess Club takes 4th place at the Nebo School District Chess Tournament. Congratulations students!

Coins for Kinshasa

Sarah Ward

The "Coins For Kinshasa" books and school supplies provided from our school's service fundraiser have finally been delivered to the children in the Congo!  Over 350 books in English and French, as well as notebooks, crayons, and pencils arrived this week after traveling over 8000 miles.  The travel and customs was very difficult as Kinshasa is currently experiencing a civil war.