School News

Student of Week for Oct. 21-25: Going the Extra Mile

Helen Rodriguez, Maia Mourtgos, Troy Beigel, Logan Anderson, Ahloa Watkins, Remington Neubert, Aizlyn Sommer, Jayda Mecham, MaKadee Woodcox, Tyra Pierce, Emersea Beddoes, Taylor Grange, Shareny Garcia, Eric Velasquez, Jessica Lopez, Dante Cervantes, Cooper Thomas, Brooklyn Peterson, Brayden Munoz, Kimberlyn Madsen, Carsyn Preece, Dakota Chambers.

Student of the week Sept 23-27 "Good Citizen"


Evan Nielson, Brayden Stock, Batai Heppler, Alexys Zavala, Gavin Wilson, Pheobe Biutanaseva, Kelsey Leroy, Ashley Juarez, Brytyn Mason, Addison Grange, Olivia Carrillo, Garrett Holt, Kaleb Spencer, Jake Sorenson, Rozlynn Benson, Luke Higginson, Madi Sheffield, Gavin Robbins, Angie Aguirre, KOrbin Drage, Kaylee Vasquez, Grace Carillo 

Student of the Week Sept 3 - 6 "Cooperation"

Jacqueline Casillas, Sierra Snyder. Bridger Steele, Easton Ward, Aaliyah Carreno, Presley jasperson, Natalia Quijas, Isabel Munoz, Corbin Nielsen, Kimberly Runyan, Kimberlie Losee, Jonah Phong, Vanessa Torres, Brooklyn Tucker, Sydnie Nielsen, Jace NIxon, Hannah Brokaw, Adi Quijas, Matthew Hernandez, Jacob Montgomery, Abby Bingham, Kevin Alonso

Power Hour at Wilson Elementary

As you walk through the halls of Wilson Elementary you may see a small group of students working on phonics in the lunch room, another group working on comprehension skills in the library, and several other groups working on literacy skills in rooms that otherwise would be empty. Many of the grade level teams have started teaching literacy skills in what is known as a “Power Hour.” According to the second grade team, Power Hour is a time when all students receive instruction at their ability level.