Cherry Creek Walk a Thon

Submitted by susan.kelley on Tue, 05/01/2012 - 07:28

Cherry Creek's PTA held their first Walk-a-Thon. Parents, grandparents, brother and sisters and neighbors sponsored the students at the school with donation to be paid according to the number of miles the students walked. Miles ranged from one mile to ten miles. The weather cooperated and the students had a great time walking and visiting with their friends and classmates. Even teachers participated in the walk. After the walk, students went and collected their donations from their sponsors. $4,653.00 was raised by the students.

Third Grade Careers

Submitted by susan.kelley on Wed, 03/28/2012 - 10:43

Mrs. Jacobson't third grade class has spent the month learning about different careers. Student researched and interviewed people to find out about different occupations. They wrote reports and opinion papers about which job they thought they would like to do when they grow up. They presented their findings in posters and reports to fellow students and parents. Harley Halquist is shown telling Michael Christensen what a police officer does in his work and why she would like to become one.

New Dictionaries at Cherry Creek

Submitted by susan.kelley on Wed, 03/21/2012 - 07:45

Cherry Creek students, Ben Roylance, Avery Nelson, Kahala Bandmann and Mason Larsen show off their new dictionaries they received from the Springville Rotary Club. The dictionaries are donated to third graders throughout the state. Trapnell orthodontics, South Valley Pediatric Dentistry and the Springville Dentistry donate the funds to pay for the books to the Springville and Mapleton Third Grade classes. Mr. Warren Child of the Springville-Mapleton Rotary Club presented the books to the students.

Dads and Donuts at Cherry Creek

Submitted by susan.kelley on Fri, 03/09/2012 - 17:34

Cherry Creek’s student council kicked  off Literacy Week with Dads and Doughnuts.  Students invited their dads, grandpas, uncles and even neighbors to come to school with them and have a breakfast treat and read a good book.  The following week PTA Literacy chairman Heidi Monney had activities planned for each day.  Monday was wear your favorite color, Tuesday wear a great  hat day, Wednesday dress as your favorite book character.  Thursday show off your crazy hair.