School News

Hope of America


Fifth graders participated in the Hope of America program.  They have been practicing for a while and a couple of weeks ago they performed at the Marriott Center at BYU.  There were many other fifth graders throughout the county who performed with them.  Today they perfomed for the school.  We love hearing patriotic songs and we are so glad to live in this country.  

First Grade Program

The first grade classes did their program for the school and for their parents.  They sang a lot of songs that they have learned throughout the year.  Many of the songs told of some of the things they have learned about in first grade.  They sang about rules, friends, their two front teeth, George Washington, bubble gum, and more.  

Opinion Ties


Mr. Murray is wearing Mrs. Lisonbee's students' opinion ties. Each student had to design a tie for Mr. Murray and then convince him that they designed the best tie by writing a persuasive writing piece about it.

Cougar Choir Performs


The Cougar Choir perfomed today for the school and tonight for their parents.  They did a fantastic job.  They are directed by Mrs. Kathy Kelley and Mrs. Lea Knott's accompanies.  Some songs they performed were:  Take Me Out to the Ball Game, You've Got a Friend in Me, When You Wish Upon a Star, and many others.  Great job! 

Fourth Graders Visit Santaquin Museum


The fourth graders had the opportunity to go on a field trip to the Santaquin Museum and to learn a little bit about where they live.  Looks like they got into a little trouble while there since many of them are "Wanted."  Be on the lookout for them.  Looks like there's a great reward if you find some of those fourth graders! 

Cougar Pride Winners


Our Cougar Pride board filled again and we had some lucky students win root beer floats!  Way to go!  Cougar Paws are given to students for positive behavior.