November 2012

Oakridge Benefit Christmas Concert

Noel Carlson
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 Oakridge School is featuring David Glen Hatch, international concert and recording artist, in their Annual Christmas Fundraising Concert on December 14, 2012 in the Springville High School auditorium at 7:00 p.m.

David Glen Hatch is an acclaimed pianist who has performed as a soloist and as a guest artist with symphony orchestras on five continents. In his book “Praiseworthy Music and Spiritual Moments”, released in May of this year, Hatch shares his experiences from his life of performing,teaching, and arranging music. He is excited for the opportunity to share his music with the students of Oakridge School. He said, “I had the chance to meet them... it was an incredible experience. I am excited to share my music with these special kids and the community.”

Bring friends and family alike to fill the Springville High School auditorium and benefit these wonderful students. Hatch will be selling his new book and his CDs during intermission and following the concert.

Tickets will be $15 for individuals, $12 for students with ID card and seniors, and $30 for families. Tickets will be sold at: (UT)/District (Nebo)/School(Springville High Schoo)/David Glen Hatch. Tickets can also be purchased at the Springville High School finance office or at the Oakridge School front office.

About David Glen Hatch

David Glen Hatch is an international concert pianist and recording artist who has performed nationally and internationally solo and with many symphonies including in Hong Kong, London, Paris, Vienna, and New York City, just to name a few. Dr. Hatch completed his BMU from Brigham Young University. He has received numerous state, regional, national, and international awards. Hatch and his wife live in Orem, Utah, and are the parents of five children. Read more about David on his website



Halloween at Oakridge School

Marie Quintana "The scary witch" signs the visitor book.
Wyatt and Brie Roberts with Jessica Cross in the background.
Emma and Heather Ash with Cody Bird in the background
Corey Buckwalter and Marti Pace
Mckay Biesinger and Gerilyn Morley
Nic Rowley and Ryland Baschke

On Wednesday, October 31st Oakridge staff and students along with their parents celebrated  with a School Carnival in the multi-purpose room. The room was decorated by Brie Roberts, classoom mom in Laura Peery's class. The students enjoyed an afternoon of fun and games and treats. A beautiful but scary backdrop was painted by Noe Estrella so that students could have their pictures taken. A fun time was had by all.