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  • Superintendent Accepts State Representative Mike McKell's Challenge

    Attributions: 

    State Representative Mike McKell of District 66 challenged Nebo School District Superintendent Rick Nielsen to take the Ice Bucket Challenge on August 29, 2014. Representative McKell offered to give Nebo Education Foundation $500 to go towards teacher grants for the school district. 

    Superintendent Nielsen then offered the Ice Bucket Challenge to Cody Hughes, Superintendent of Tintic Schools, and Chris Helvey, Superintendent of Freedom Prep Academy. If they accept the challenge, Nebo’s Superintendent will give both schools the bus that they requested. 

  • SHS Admin and Staff take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    Attributions: 
    Carey White SHS News Adviser

    During Springville High’s traditional “Hello Assembly” on Thursday, August 28, SHS administration and staff took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to promote student and staff donations to the ALS foundation in an effort to increase research in combating this debilitating disease.   ALS is often referred to as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease.”   

  • Springville FFA Hosts Farmers Market

    Springville FFA members are encouraged to maintain a project related to agriculture as part of their learning experience in agriculture education. They have a variety of projects a few projects students have are laying hens, raising bees and harvesting the honey, harvesting Alpaca fibers and making things from it, as well as FFA members have adopted a row at a 3/4 acre vegetable garden. Using their marketing and sales skills the FFA members are now holding a weekly farmers market that is open to the public. They are selling the items they have produced with their projects.

  • Nebo Bests Utah ACT Scores

    Attributions: 
    Lana Hiskey & Mark Peterson

    Utah keeps top ACT spot in nation among states testing ALL students and Nebo bests Utah.
    In 2013, nine states had all high school juniors take the ACT college entrance exam and Utah students placed first in the nation among that group. In 2014, an even dozen states had full participation in ACT tests. Utah students still hold the highest composite score among those 12 states, according to data released this week by ACT.

    Nebo students bests Utah’s composite score and the nations. Nebo’s composite score is 21.5 compared to Utah’s 20.8.