Scoring top ten in state in science, math and English, Sage results are in for 2015 – 2016

Ms. Muir still excited about winning first for science sage in the state!

Ms. Muir still excited about winning first for science sage in the state!

Lily Baird

Ms. Muir still excited about winning first for science sage in the state! Ms. Muir still excited about winning first for science sage in the state!

Ms. Muir still excited about winning first for science sage in the state! Ms. Muir still excited about winning first for science sage in the state!
Lily Baird
Ms. Muir still excited about winning first for science sage in the state!

By Lily Baird

Science took first in Utah, math took eighth, and English took ninth in 2015 in the end of the year Sage scoring for last school year.

“WOOHOO! Draper Park rocks,” said Jenn Muir, eighth grade science teacher.

As you can see the administration is very proud of the school. Some students are also shocked when hearing this.

As you can see, with the administration by their side DPMS is striving for another year of breaking records.

“Are you serious? That’s so cool,” said Olivia Lewis, eighth grader.

As surprising as many think it is, some are wondering if DPMS can keep the top ten streak up.

“What if we keep getting in the top ten? Would that make another record?” said Lauren Adams, eighth grader.

If Draper Park tried to keep up the record, teachers and students are figuring out the best way to prepare for this.

“The best way to prepare for another year of Sage is to use last year’s feedback and make sure to teach everything on the Sage that is needed,” said Avery Adamson.