This is Zander Oryall. He won a bike through the school lunch coloring contest "My favorite place in the United States". He worked with his teacher and she helped him use stencils to make a picture of Elk hunting in the mountains which is indeed Zanders favorite place in the whole world. He just got back from hunting with his family this year.
Students new to Orchard Hills this year got to go to a special luncheon with Mr. Murray and Mrs. Burningham. Welcome to Orchard Hills!!
Preschoolers at Orchard Hills are having fun making potions!
The second grade studenta at Orchard Hills enjoyed a hayride to the pumpin patch to pick out a pumpkin for their class!
The second grade started off with a bang this year! Each class tie-dyed shirts and participated in the 2nd Grade Olympics. We started off with an Opening Ceremony, did events all throughout the week and ended it with a Closing Ceremony. The kids had fun and learned the importance of hard work, good sportsmanship and setting goals.
Our fifth-grade graduated from the DARE program in May. They had a great time with Officer Johnson learning about making good choices and staying away from drugs!
Top DARE Essay Winners:Logan WrideDeryk LoweTrey HiattTop DARE studentsKylie GilliesTanner BollarJennifer Valencia
Orchard Hills fifth-graders performed at the Hope of America program in Provo on April 18, 2013. They also performed for the school on May 22nd. They sang several patriotic songs, learned a lot about our country, and had a great time!
Orchard Hills sixth-grade students participated in a spelling bee.
Participating students are: Mauri Blauer, Blake Yost, Gavyn Roundy, Canyon Haveron, Tregan Palmer, Brady Barnes, Hunter Chapman, Holly Mills, Shayla Dopp, Wytney Larson, Jacee Parkin, Kadin Black, Nathan Quigley, Gideon Argyle, Madison Holm, Cortnie Hancock, Kylee Ovard, Ben Larsen, Tyson Fromm, Danika Hancock
Winners are: 1st place: Cortnie Hancock2nd place: Brady Barnes3rd place: Nathan Quigley
The First Graders at Orchard Hills performed their annual year end program. They had practiced all year and told about the things they have learned. The students sang songs ranging from Telling Time and Silent E, to Down by the Bay and All I wanted was my Two Front Teeth. The finale was complete with a slide show of the fun the students enjoyed all year. Special thanks to all the parents, Mr. Murray, teachers, and especially the students for working so hard to make this year a success.
"The members of Mrs. Wilson's Nebo Superstars. Every ONE a winner!!"