Nebo Students Receive State Honors

Attributions: 
By Lana Hiskey
Nebo Students Receive State Honors

Emma Argyle, Spanish Fork High School, and Carson Peterson, Salem Hills High School, were two of five UIAAA Scholarship Winners awarded by the Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (UIAAA). Each recipient won $1,500.

Emma and Carson were selected as the Top Female and Male Winners for Utah and are advancing on to Sectionals. Nebo School District wishes both excellent recipients good luck at Sectionals.

Nebo’s Child Nutrition 2019 Awards

Attributions: 
Lana Hiskey
Carollee King (26.5 years)

Nebo’s Child Nutrition 2019 Awards
                
Nebo School District honors employees in the Child Nutrition Department at the annual celebration dinner.

The following retirees were honored as well as those that have reached some significant milestones.

Retirees Honored:
Carollee King (26.5 years)
Michele Youd (24 years)
Debbie Ainge (20 years)
Bonnie Wright (18 years)
Launa Gonzales (17 years)                            
Ramona Miller (17 years)
Nanette Black (14 years)    

Nebo Teacher Awarded BEST of STATE 2019

Nebo Teacher Awarded BEST of STATE 2019

Angela Harman teaches orchestra at Spanish Fork Junior High (SFJHS) and Spanish Fork High School (SFHS) in Spanish Fork, UT where she has helped the orchestra program grow by over 440% since 2012.  Under the direction of Angela, the Spanish Fork Junior High School orchestra has excelled at festivals. Her advanced orchestra class was selected to perform at the State Orchestra Festival in 2016 and 2017.  Each orchestra has consistently received Superior ratings.

Nebo Secretaries Honored - Answer to Wednesday Challenge

Nebo Secretaries were Honored

Nebo's amazing secretaries were honored at a luncheon. The theme said it perfectly, secretaries leave a little sparkle where they go...

Nebo secretaries were reminded that:
"YOU Sparkle
YOU Shine
YOU'RE One of a Kind!"

Six Nebo secretaries were honored by friends and associates as each prepares to retire from Nebo School District.

Nebo's SkillsUSA Students Perform Well at State 2019

Attributions: 
By Lana Hiskey
MMHS SkillsUSA Winners

Nebo’s SkillsUSA students competed at state at the end of March. Nebo had many students do extremely well. Nebo took five Golds. We are proud of these Nebo Heroes.

SPANISH FORK HIGH STATE RESULTS
Hunter McGuire, Collision Repair Technology, 1st Place
Jackson Jensen, Collision Damage Appraisal & Total Loss Evaluation, 2nd Place

Nebo Teacher Wins Prestigious Huntsman Award

Attributions: 
By Lana Hiskey
Nebo Teacher Wins Prestigious Huntsman Award

Nebo Teacher Wins Prestigious Huntsman Award
By Lana Hiskey

Nebo School District's Mr. Jared Massic, welding teacher at Maple Mountain High, was surprised in front of his welding students by Karen Huntsman and Jennifer Parkin with the prestigious honor of being awarded the Huntsman Award for Excellence in Education.

Previous students and their parents as well as current students, faculty, and staff were cheering Mr. Massic on for this prestigious award. Jared will be honored on Friday, April 26, at the Grand America Ballroom.

Where Are We Wednesday, April 24, 2019?

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Where Are We Wednesday, April 24, 2019?

Where are we Wednesday, April 24, 2019? Name the place and event that happened in Nebo School District.

The communications office will be posting photos from around the district on Wednesdays. The first person to email the correct name and place will receive a gift.  Email your response to wherearewewednesday@nebo.edu(link sends email)

Nebo Title VI Public Meeting

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Nebo Title VI Public Meeting

Nebo Title VI Public Meeting

May 6, 2019

5:30-6:30 pm

Larsen Elementary Title VI Classroom

 

This meeting will provide an opportunity for Nebo Title VI American Indian parents and community to understand and make recommendations on proposed Formula Grant project. We will discuss project objectives, activities and financial obligations in Nebo Title VI Indian Education Formula grant.

Please come and participate in your child's education

Westside was Enriched with the STEM Bus Action Center

Attributions: 
Susan Crook
Westside was Enriched with the STEM Bus Action Center

Westside Elementary’s sixth graders had the rare privilege of having the STEM bus (van) spend the day with them on April 19. Each of the four sixth-grade classes had the opportunity to have a two-hour class taught by the technology experts from the STEM Action Center. Two of the classes participated in robotics, one class experienced the video game design, and the other class learned about computer programming. The instructors not only provided all the supplies and technology that was needed, they were extremely knowledgeable and helpful while the students learned through discovery.

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