Activities for Red Ribbon Week will be held November 15-18.
Red Ribbon Week is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention awareness campaign.
Join us in our celebrations as we teach and learn about drug prevention.
These are the themes for each day of the week:
Monday - Team Up Against Drugs - Wear a Team Shirt, Hat, or School Shirt
Tuesday - It's Crazy To Do Drugs! - Crazy Hair Day
Wednesday - Say No! to Drugs! - Wear Pajamas!
Thursday - Red Alert! Don't Do Drugs! - Wear RED
Can we just talk about how great our Reteach Technicians are?!
These ladies are so helpful to our students and teachers. They have been given many responsibilities this year so they stay super busy. They are really the backbone here. They keep things running smoothly for everyone and always with a cheerful attitude. We appreciate all of them! - Even the one in the middle awaiting a "real" pumpkin soon!
These are the students who were chosen by the Santaquin Fire Department as the WINNERS of the coloring contest for Fire Prevention Week!!
Carson Barlow, Lydia Merrell, Eliza Kinder, Alivia Andreason, Delaysa Lara, Eli Ugarte, Brooklyn Grant
The Santaquin Fire/EMS Department will have an open house at the Fire Station on Thursday, October 7, from 6-8 PM. Everyone is welcome to attend.
This year's Student Council attended a conference at BYU on Tuesday, October 5, 2021
They are listening to 5 speakers about being positive and happy as well as being a great leader.
Student Council Members: ☺
Avery Lindsay. Ashlyn Herbst, Evee Jones, Lynzee Savage, Parker Davis
Daniel Donohue, Harper Barnum, Kyler Harmer, Averee Stephenson, Josslin Elliott
Cael Anderson, Ava Sanchez, Stetson Teeples, Kennedy Anderson, Hadley Christensen
Orchard Hills’ art teacher, Jamie Watkin, and her fifth-grade students want to honor the thirteen fallen soldiers who were killed last month in Afghanistan. They spent two weeks making meaningful posters to show their respect for the service men and women in hopes that their art work will be seen by their family members left behind. Some of the students focused on Staff Sgt. Darin Taylor Hoover, the fallen Marine from Salt Lake City, Utah.
Staff Sgt. Darin Taylor Hoover will be laid to rest today, Friday, September 24, 2021 in Arlington National Cemetery.