Friday, January 29 was the 100th day of school at Cherry Creek Elementary in Springville. The second grade teachers all celebrated by turning into 100 year old teachers! This has become a fun tradition and the second-graders had a great day!
Cherry Creek in Springville recently rewarded the top reader from each class with a free book as part of an award assembly! At Cherry Creek, every time a student reads 100 minutes, they get to enter their name in a drawing to win a bike or a scooter. However, the faculty decided that students who were reading above and beyond the requested 100 minutes per week deserved a special prize. Congratulations to the winners!
On December 22, 2009, students at Cherry Creek Elementary in Springville received special awards. Three students from each class were chosen to receive awards for scholarship (red awards), citizenship (yellow awards), or special recognition (blue awards). Dec Scholarship: The students who received Scholarship awards are: Kinder: Saydee Adamson, Sophi Hickenbotham, Justin Marsh, Olina Memmott, Caleb Ramos First: Paityn Braithwaite, David Shipley, Kennedy Fordham, Joshua Tandy, Brynn Bellca Second: Madeleine Unguren, Ethan Owens, Austin Stewart, Oddison Swenson Third: Noah Rogers, Lily U
Cherry Creek students celebrated the last day of school before Christmas Break by singing Christmas songs. The whole school got together and each grade performed a different song. The school was also very fortunate to hear from the school orchestra, as well as the school choir!
Cherry Creek recently made the front page in the Daily Herald!
To read the article (written by Matt Reichman) online, go to