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Santa Clause (aka Matthew Harding a student in Olivia Ward's classtoom at Springville High School) merrily made the rounds through the hallways of Oakridge School and Springville High School shouting HOHOH, letting everyone know that the Christmas season will soon be upon us.
Please join us on November 7, 2014 at 7 pm for a night of music for Oakridge School Benefit Concert. We have some wonderful talent performing for us to help us reach our goal of $10,000.
For tickets please go to: https://nebo.revtrak.net/tek9.asp?pg=products&grp=300
Oakridge Fundraiser concert.Featuring: One Voice Children's Choir (as seen on America's Got Talent)Sue Krupa, John Canaan, Michael Hicks, Bryce Neubert, Cary Stockwell, Kathleen Ellinger and SynergyDate: Friday, November 7, 2014Time: Doors open at 6:00 PM - Concert starts at 7:00 PMPlace: Springville High School Auditorium - 1205 East 900 South, Springville, UTCost: $10.00 for adults, Children under 12, $7. 00Special VIP Package - $100.00 Donation (includes 2 Adult tickets and VIP Seating) "Donations are greatly accepted and appreciated" Your donation is tax deductable. Please us tax ID number 11990712-002 STC. Sponsored in part by: Hutch's Home Furnishings and MyntBuy tickets here: https://nebo.revtrak.net/tek9.asp?pg=products&grp=300
Christopher is a student in Tasha Lewis’ class. He writes by using a tool called, a braille notebook. This is like a computer without the monitor. He is able to write not just words of sentences, but full papers and stories. It also allows him to save his work so that if needs be he can come back to it.
Field trips are always fun! Recently Oakridge went on a field trip to BYU where some of the students were able to swim with BYU students while others had open gym time and one on one time with a BYU student. These BYU students participate in a program called “Gym Kids”. This is a great opportunity for the students to be social, play, and just be themselves.
Gym time is loved by all students. It gives the students, technicians, and teachers time out of the classroom. It also helps everyone get their wiggles out! Recently Oakridge was able to use one of the gyms at Springville High School, where there was plenty of room to play volleyball and play with the parachute.