Orchard Hills Elementary

Wednesday, February 24, is an early out day for all students in the school district.  School will end at 12:00.  This means that there will be NO AFTERNOON KINDERGARTEN on this day. Morning Kindergarten that usually ends at 11:15 will go until 12:00 this day.  Bus students will ride the bus home with the other kids from the school (they will be taking the same bus they ride to school).  If this extended time does not meet your schedule, parents are welcome to pick up their child early.  If you have any questions/concerns regarding this please talk to your child’s teacher.

Fall Kindergarten Registration will be on Tuesday, March 22nd from 8 am to 4 pm.

AttachmentSize
Image icon Do you have a child with special needs?124.94 KB

Sixth Graders Serving

Attributions: 

The sixth grade Service Committee designed and created a math game for
first graders. Afterwards the whole sixth grade played the game with
the first graders in order to practice place value skills.  

Chess Team 5th Place

Attributions: 

The Chess Team from Orchard Hills took 5th Place overall at the District Chess Tournament.  Members are:  Adam Roberts (10th), Logan Sharp, Braxton Sharp (7th), Dillon Farr (11th), Ethan Lindsay (12th), Jade Zeeman, McKenzie Martinez, Dalan Durrant (8th), Easton Durrant (10th), Caleb Sharp, and Andrew Durrant.  Way to go!! Congratulations!

Teddy Bear Day

Attributions: 

This week the kindergartners have been learning about Bears!  They learned about fact and fiction and had fun reading lots of stories about bears.  Today was Teddy Bear Day!  What a fun day!

What's Going on in Our Special Education Classrooms

Attributions: 

There is always something going on in our special education cluster classrooms.  Not only do we learn inside the classroom, but we also take trips into the community two times per month.  Some of the things we do on these trips are: participate in adaptive aquatics and gym kids over at Brigham Young University, visit the local Junior High classrooms in our area so our 6th graders are ready to make the transition from elementary school, visit the Bean Museum, take wagons to the Red Barn, bowling, shopping (our favorite is ice cream at Macey's), and many many more adventures.  We make new fri