Breaking News! New Student Council

Submitted by corallee.findlay on Wed, 10/03/2012 - 22:09

Have you heard the news? Foothills Elementary now has a student council. Ten, sixth-grade students were chosen to represent the school:  Hailey Cuff, Kellen Bybee, Oakley Palfreyman, Nik Houtz, Brayden Biesinger, Ty Callister, Sawyer Radke, Jace Hancock, Jennah Lee, Katie Pray.  During an assembly they introduced themselves and expressed to the student body how they were going to make at difference at school. Miss Tierney Diamond is their adviser and will be attending a leadership conference at BYU with the students on Thursday, October 4, 2012. Go Falcons!

Pajama Day

Submitted by corallee.findlay on Wed, 10/03/2012 - 21:48

Students, faculty, and staff enjoyed coming to school in their pajamas on Friday, September 28, 2012.  Don't you wish every Friday could be pajama day?!

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by Coral Lee Findlay

Popcorn With the Principal

Submitted by corallee.findlay on Wed, 10/03/2012 - 21:37

Students at Foothills Elementary are participating in a monthly reading program.  Students are keeping track of how many minutes they read each week.  At the end of the week they are given a slip of paper to put in a container for a monthly drawing.  One student from each class was chosen to watch a movie and eat popcorn with the principal.  Congratulations and remember it "Pays to read!"

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by Coral Lee Findlay

Parents and Pastries

Submitted by corallee.findlay on Tue, 10/02/2012 - 21:23

What is a great way to start the day?  Students at Foothills Elementary would say, “Reading, of course!”  On Tuesday, October 02, 2012 students brought their parents to school to celebrate the annual “Parents and Pastries”.  Students enjoyed reading books and eating doughnuts with their parents.

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Article by Coral Lee Findlay and photos by Keri Huntsman

Johnny Appleseed Day

Submitted by corallee.findlay on Tue, 10/02/2012 - 18:53

 

Second-grade students at Foothills Elementary celebrated Johnny Appleseed Day on Friday, September 21.  Fun activities included making pots for our heads, cooking yummy applesauce, apple puzzle art, and sequencing the life cycle of an apple.

 

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Article and photos by Jill Shipp