As a school, we have been focusing on Being Happy. For Red Ribbon Week, the theme was to “Stay on Target and Be Happy.” Students and faculty participated in many activities to learn about safety, drug prevention, and character development. Life Flight came and discussed the importance of being safe. Students thought it was really cool to watch the Life Flight helicopter land on the playground. Watch the landing...
Sergeant Smith, from the Salem Police Department, visited Foothills Elementary during Red Ribbon Week. He brought his canine partner and they shared some training exercises with us. Sergeant Smith discussed the importance of being drug free. Thanks Sergeant Smith for your visit!
Mrs. Roberts' class loves to play the violin. Knowing that they get to do something that they love each day, motivates every student to come to school. They performed for the Nebo School Board on January 11. 2017. Please click on the video link and Daily Herald News Article...
Angie Lowe is the ballroom coach at Foothills Elementary. Her objective is to teach far beyond the steps and music. The goal of the program at Foothills is to provide social dance instruction for children in a positive, friendly, and fun atmosphere. This type of instruction builds self-esteem and confidence. Through partnered ballroom dance movement, children learn mutual respect and social skills useful throughout their lives.
One student from each class was chosen to participate in a “snowball fight” with Mrs. Huntsman for a reading reward. We can’t tell who had more fun…the students or Mrs. Huntsman.
Have you ever wondered how students get to school on a snowy day? Students at Foothills Elementary show resilience and creativity. Go Falcons!!
Ballroom dance students at Foothills Elementary did a great job at their first Christmas Dance performance. They performed several dances for their parents and peers.