Faith Warner, Roberto Pea Cabreara, Bryan Hurst, Rayne Martin, Morgan Dalley, Averi O'Bryant, Ivy Cook, Garrett Holt, Wylie Scott, Samuel Rueles, Mckayden Jasperson, Jessica Lopez, Sadie Rosenburg, Tim Cole, Gideon Phong, Soledad Vera, Melissa Ross, Sarah Byington, Sarah Rogers, Trevor Wilcox, Morgan Bladckmore, Diana Cervantes
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Wilson students of the week for the week of October 1 - 5 were chosen for being “Trustworthy.”
Tanashios Rouse, Haley Jerauld, Brevin Holt, Brytyn Maso, Adalee Taylor, Griffin Snyder, Julissa Guzman, Ivonne Duenas, Janessa Harward, Mallory Chapman, Helen Wheeler, Geovanni Sanchez, Colby Orton, Chris Warren, Kaiden Nielsen, Gavin Robbins, Ethan Risenmay, Kimberlyn Madsen, Dalton Christensen, Pamela Mirles, Sedona Belone, Anthony Martinez
Students in fifth-grade are learning about physical and chemical changes. To test some different types of physical and chemical changes, student in Mrs. Litster's class made cake and ice cream in the classroom! Each student had to follow directions and answer science questions to make the perfect cupcake and bag of ice cream. As one student said "this is a very yummy science!" The activity was all the more sweet because it took place on October 1, Mrs. Litster's birthday!
Students who demonstrated honesty were chosen this week.
AJ Rindlisbacher, Phoebe Biutanaseva, Natasha Dalley, Jersey Manual, Jayden Jensen, Tayler Ellsworth, Ellie Poulsen, Kaleb Spencer, Carly Sheffield, Addy Jasperson, Zach Hartman, Nicholas Pollock, Kevin Davis, Stockton Hyer, Addie O'Bryant, Madilyn Sheffield, Liam Warren, Luis Lemus, Kaylee Vasquez, Elizabeth Pollock, Deja Gallegos, Brinn Loveless
Wilson Elemtary third-grade students are learning about the commutative, associative, and identity properties of addition. The teachers have been trying hard to make math fun and engaging. One way the teachers have done this is through hands on learning and using props with a little bit of acting to remember. In the picture Justin Risenmay appears as Captin Identity-he likes himself the way he is, he does not want to change so the only thing you can do is add 0 to him, so he does not change. He is the hero of the addition world. "Captin Identity is so cool!
Wilson student of the week for the week of September 17-21 were chosen for “Being Respectful.”
Xavier Nixon, Hannah Mitchell, Matthew MacKay, Nada Marquardson, Hunter Hurt, Tristan Butler, Ivy Cook, Itzel Martinez, Bristol Peterson, Zachary Payton, CJ Vasquez, Conrad Pendlebury, Aaron Garcia, Richelle Nielson, Amberly Vincent, Hannah Brokaw, Briley Johnson, Tage Clark, Tyler Gordon, Shawnee Anderson, Hailey Taylor
Wilson student of the week for the week of September 10-14 were chosen for “Good Citizenship.”
Joseph Lopez, Jackson Penwell, Kai Belk, Cody Nixon, Jaxon Depew, Ethan Bundy, Braulio Ruiz, Kimberlie Lossee, Emily Merrithew, Sydnie Nielson, Hailey Murri, Bavon Thacker, Angelica Figueroa, Miguel Tinoco, Trevan Stevenson, Jacob Smith, McKenzie Tucker, BJ Iverson
This week students were selected for demonstrating "Responsibility." Keep up the good work!
- Left to Right: Bottom Row - Sean Rock, Kaitlyn Zimmerman, Remington Neubert, Michael Taylor, Savanna Lopez, Rubie Raff, Lucy Truman, Austin Edvalson.
- Second Row: Kamika Wesley, Isis Perez, Abenni Abbott, Savanna Leiva, Maggie Stika, Danika Taylor, Chezney Ortega, Dalton Poulsen
- Top Row: Mikinlie Holt, Scott Stika, Danielle Paxton, Rene' Hunt, Gracie Stika, Summer Dawn Roscoe
Each of the Kindergarten classes was excited to make a gingerbread man
the first week of school. When the classes went to find their finished
treat, they found that their yummy cookie had run away. Over the next
few days they searched around the school and found the library,
computer lab, and met people such as Mr. Ward our Janitor, and Mr.
Fluckiger our principal. After exploring the school over several days,
the lucky students found their treat! What a great way to get to know
their new school.