Mr. Rick Wall won the Horace Mann Outstanding Classified Employee Award. Mr. Wall is an amazing custodian at Orchard Hills! He is always smiling and saying hello to everyone and he is always willing to help. He keeps the school very clean and everyone notices how nice the school looks. We sure appreciate him and all he does at Orchard Hills. Congratulations Mr. Wall!
The fourth graders sure had a lot of fun at their Mountain Man Rendezvous!
The kindergartners of the year 2017-2018 have graduated and are so excited to move on to first grade! We are sad to see them go but they have worked so hard and have accomplished so much this year. Good luck to them!
The Sixth Grade Spelling Bee consisted of the top five spellers from each
The winners are:
1st place: Jason Wride
2nd place: Ethan Lindsay
3rd place: Nathan Montoya
We were able to listen to the Orchard Hills Orchestra yesterday. They sounded great! They have worked so hard all year and we love listening to them. Thanks to Mrs. Drager for her hard work too.
The fourth grade held its County Fair on Friday May 11. Parents and students from Orchard Hills were invited to walk through the classrooms and look at the county displays created by each fourth grader. Students were required to write an informational report on an assigned country from Utah, focusing on the county's geography, people of importance, economy, and many other interesting facts about their county. The final reports were culminated in colorful and creative displays. Utah has 29 counties, can you sing, or name them all?
Orchard Hills fifth graders were able to join other fifth graders throughout the county and participate in the patriotic Hope of America performance.
The first graders loved their field trip! They went to BYU Bean Museum and then to the Springville Art Museum. At the Springville Art Muesum they had some time to sit and draw and sketch.