Latest News & Announcements
Red Ribbon Week Activities
Posted Jan 13, 2014, 1:47 PM by Tiffany HardingerWelcome to Red Ribbon Week, the PTA has organized a fun week to encourage students to pledge to be DRUG FREE!Monday, January 13: REDy to be Drug Free. Wear as much red as possible. Students will participate in an all-school assembly and "Band Together Against Drugs".Tuesday, January 14: Don't Let Drugs Turn You Inside-Out! Wear your clothes inside out. Each classroom will decorate their doors for Red Ribbon Week.Wednesday, January 15: Team Up Against Drugs- Hand in Hand, Let's Take a Stand. Wear your favorite sports' team or Silver Crest Spirit clothes. The entire school will be creating a banner with their handprints and signatures.Thursday, January 16: Follow Your Dreams, Not Drugs. Wear your pajamas and crazy hair (bed head). Students will write and sign their Drug-Free pledge today.Friday, January 17: Living Drug Free is No Sweat. Wear sweats and athletic clothes. Each class will participate in "Slam Dunk, Drugs are Junk!" with the Herriman High basketball team.If students wear their wrist bands to the Herriman High home game Friday night, they will be eligible for prizes at half-time.
School Community Council
Posted Jan 6, 2014, 1:54 PM by Tiffany Hardinger
Fun Run & Safe Passage Information
Posted Sep 9, 2013, 10:15 PM by Tiffany Hardinger
We have had a request for more detailed information about our upcoming events. Here it is:
The fun run will be on Sept 10 for A and B tracks and Sept. 19 for C and D tracks. The schedule looks like this:
AM Kindergarten: 8:35-9:10 am.
1st Grade: 9:10-9:45 am.
2nd Grade: 9:45-10:20 am.
3rd Grade: 10:20-10:55 am.
6th Grade: 10:55-11:30 am.
5th Grade: 11:30 am-12:05 pm.
4th Grade: 12:05-12:40 pm.
PM Kindergarten: 12:45-1:20 pm.
The kids will have 35 minutes to run laps in the field behind the school. The most they will run is 1 mile. They will be provided fruit and water when their time is up, or if they get tired before then.
WHAT THAT MEANS FOR YOU:
Students: Please wear tennis shoes and be prepared to run and have fun! Try to get as many donations as you can. Have them give you their money and you put it in the fun run envelope sent home last week. Bring the envelope to school and give it to your teacher as soon as you can. You will receive 10 box tops at the next box top store for every $25 you are able to get donated.
Parents: Please come and support your kids. You’re welcome to come to the field, give your kids high fives and cheer them on. You are welcome to bring your toddlers with you. We want this to be a fun event for the whole family. If you would be willing to help the PTA with this event, we could use some more help marking their laps. Also, please donate what you can since this is our fundraiser for the year.
We are looking for parents who are willing to be trained by the UPD to keep a closer eye out for our kids. After a background check you will receive an ID badge and a green vest labeled “safe passage.” Our school boundary is broken up into zones. We need at least 3 safe passage parents from each zone. You can be a parent that walks, bikes, or drives. We need all 3!
If you are willing to be trained, please come to a meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 11 at 8:30 am at the Tuscany Park, just North of our school. You can bring your toddlers and let them play at the park while we meet. We will also have refreshments.
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Farm to School: Cucumbers & Cherry Tomatoes
Posted Aug 22, 2013, 9:34 AM by Tiffany Hardinger* cucumbers are the oldest vegetable, cultivated for thousands of years in India and parts of Asia* there are two main types of cucumbers, slicers and picklers, Slicers are the ones found in salads and veggie trays. Picklers are used to make pickles.* cucumbers grow on a vine, they prefer sandy soil because it warms up faster in the spring* cucumbers are 95% water this makes them high in nutrients* cucumbers are a member of the gourd family* Tomato is a fruit not a vegetable* cooked tomatoes contain more lycopene than raw because cooking breaks down cell walls, releasing and concentrating carotenoids* great source of vitamin C, vitamin A and antioxidant lycopeneThis Friday we will be serving cucumbers from Schmitdt's Farms here from Jordan District and cherry tomatoes from Tagge's Famous Fruit in Brigham City. Here is fun facts:Tomatoes:(powerful antioxidants)* tomatoes need a dark location to ripen. They ripen much faster in the dark than in a windowsill.Cucumbers: