Our awesome kindergarten students had a spectacular graduation ceremony this past week. The students put on a great program for their parents and it was a special graduation where we got to celebrate all together. Congraulations Foothills Kindergarten Class of 2021!
We have a few of our teachers that will be leaving us at the end of the school year and we wanted to thank them for all they have done for Foothills!
Mr. Haskell has been teaching 4th grade at Foothills since the school opened! He is moving up to the Valley View Middle School to teach 7th grade Science. He will be a great addition to the Middle School and we appreciate the many years of service he has give to Foothills Elementary.
We celebrated our April Falcons of the Month today. Our character trait focus for the month was Enthusiastic and these awesome students are the standouts for our school in modeling how to show enthusiasm for learning!
Click on the link if you are interested in participating in Nebo School District's Summer Theatre Camp for current 4th and 5th graders.
Our Falcons are staying strong to the end of the year by doing great things! These fantastic students were our latest winners from the Falcon board and were treated to a root beer float party. Way to go Falcons!!
Tabitha's Way will be holding a Read and Feed Event on May 15, 2021. Take your children to the event to pick a free book and to learn about your local library's Summer Reading Events that will be going on!
These students represented Foothills in the district keyboarding competition and did awesome!
Jack Richards placed 9th overall out of all the 5th graders in the district and Isabella Nocerino placed 13th overall out of all the 4th graders in the whole district.
Great job Falcons!
Happy Administrative Professionals Day to our wonderful secretaries, Mrs. Slater and Mrs. Minson! We are so lucky to have them at our school, they truly are the best secretaries in the world and take such great care of our students, staff, and families.
Click on the link to learn more about the Mountainland Headstart program.
The purpose of this event is to encourage children to continue to read during the summer and to educate families facing food insecurity regarding food resources available to them and their children while they are not attending school. Our goal is to gather 10,000 gently used books that children can take home with them and keep to read during the summer.