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December Students of the Month

Submitted by doug.lai on Wed, 01/19/2011 - 13:13

December Students of the Month

 Top row: Kazia Shurtleff, Bailee Richman, Kody Webber, Delaney Hadlock, Emily Green, Brayden Webber, Tanner Moss, Jayden Ruiz, Maggie Hunter, and Oakley Roberts.

Middle row: Brittany Huff, Justin Caldwell, Sequoia Saunders, Garrison Summer, Payton Taylor, Zoe DeRosier, Jacob Stone, and Katelyn Rice.

Front row: Heather Wolsey, Naomi Green, Riley VanNosdol, Bridger Hendrickson, Simon Evans, and Patricia Montgomery.

 Not Pictured

Nika Leuk, Addison Roberts, Mayson Bloom, Jessica Shupe, Tosha White, and Jadan Bird.

Top row: Kaitlyn Sharp, Darby Miller, Brittney Carter, Alberto Segura, Hayden Peacock, Brenda Santillan, Lieth Pablos, and David Albright.

Front row: Brian Cox, Briana Bartholomew, Rachel Ballard, Emory Carter, Quaid Hutchingson, Maesyn Richins, Remington Fillmore,

Top row: Madisyn Rowley, Kylee Kerns, Tyler Batty, Devin Broadhead, and Amanda Holt.

Front row: Talbie Oberg, Hannah Kershaw, Kyrra Lundberg, Dallin Wolters, Hagen Dockstader, Benjamin Wood, Gavin Scholl, Cody Ostler, and Tony Garcia.

 Not pictured

Carson Finch, Kiante’ Parris, and Tamber Gregory.


Spring Lake Takes 5th Place in Chess Tournament

Submitted by doug.lai on Tue, 01/04/2011 - 12:58

On Saturday December 11th, 2010 11 students from Spring Lake Elementary took part in Nebo School District Chess tournament at Art City Elementary. Congratulations to Seth Cowie, Ty Petty, Ben Brown, Jack Payne, Hyrum Davis, Daniel Havens, Spence Worthington, Tyler Cowie, Cole Harmon, Brendon Earl, and Travis Pitcher for bringing back the 5th place trophy.

BYU presents children's theatre production of ‘Taming of the Shrew’

Submitted by doug.lai on Fri, 12/10/2010 - 14:46

Spring Lake Students enjoyed a circus act with clowns, slapsticks, and puppets as BYU Children’s Theatre told the story of Petruchio, who is trying to win the love of Kate, a bad-tempered and sharped-tonged woman. It was fun as they included students and even faculty to join in telling the story of the Taming of the Shrew.


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