Parenting With Love and Logic - Schedule attached

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 3:07pm
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The Parenting With Love & Logic course is designed to help parent’s practice effective parenting without the power struggles. Parenting With Love & Logic teaches parents and children to accept natural consequences and reach a win/win agreement.  Course length: 3-4 weeks.  Please pre-register with a secretary listed above to ensure placement.

If you have any questions about Nebo School District's Parenting class you can contact Monica Hullinger at 801-354-7483

Please see attached document


Half Way!

Santaquin Elementary News - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 2:57pm

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Can you believe it?  We are already half way through the school year.  Our kids are learning and doing amazing things.  As a school we have read over 1,125,000 minutes so far this school year.  Our goal is to read 2.5 million minutes by the end of the school year!  If we reach our goal the PTA will treat us to a water party. WE CAN DO IT!!

Categories: Elementary, Santaquin

PTA Reflections District Level Awards

Larsen Elementary News - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 1:57pm

 Zoe Mae Cybulski, Allison Slaugh, Lexi Anderson, Linsey Henricksen, Brighton Hall  and Ella Nielsen received awards at the District level for their PTA Reflections entries.  This years theme was "What is Your Story?"  Allison Slaugh will be moving onto State with her Literature entry.  We are so proud of you students! 


Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

1 + 1 = 3 OR MORE

Park Elementary News - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 12:07pm

No, this isn't "new math" it's students learning how utilizing habit # 6 "Synergize" can help you work together to solve a problem. Check out our 5th graders synergizing in Leadership Academy.

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Red and White Ribbon Week

Mapleton Elementary News - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 10:41am
Attributions: PTA

RED AND WHITE RIBBON WEEK!! January 23-27, 2017.

We want to teach our students how to make healthy choices for their mind and for their body.  We will teach them to protect themselves from things that are addictive.....drugs and online behaviors.

Monday- Team Up to Keep Our Minds and Bodies Healthy...Team Day-wear your favorite team gear or your school shirt!

Tuesday- Give Drugs and Bad Media the Boot....Western day- wear jeans, cowboy boots, bandanas....!

Wednesday- We're Too Smart to Harm our Mind or Body....Nerd Day-suspenders, glasses, pocket protectors...!

Thursday- We're Crazy about Being Healthy from Head to Toe....Crazy Hair and Sock Day- wear crazy hair and/or crazy socks!!

Friday- Follow Your Dreams by Making Good Choices...Pajama Day- wear your favorite PJ's or slippers!

Categories: Elementary, Mapleton


Salem Elementary News - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 10:00am
Attributions: Mrs. Bailey
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Fifth-graders are learning about the effects of drunk driving during NOVA with Officer Worwood.

Categories: Elementary, Salem

Art City Invitational Chess Tournament Opportunity Open to All Students

Mt Loafer Elementary News - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 8:30am

Chess Tournament for Nebo School District Students- Anyone Interested can enter! 

 Saturday, January 21st at Art City Elementary

Grades K-6
5 Round Swiss Tournament 

When: Saturday, January 21st at Art City Elementary

Grades K-6
5 Round Swiss Tournament

Check in 8:00-8:30 am, instructions at 8:45 am, round 1 begins at 9:00 am, rounds 2-5 follow as each grade finishes. Rounds are up to 50 minutes each (i.e. approximately 25 minutes per player). All students play all five rounds. Trophies will be awarded as each grade finishes, usually by 2:00 pm. Tie breaks will be decided by the computer.

Who: Open to all K-6 students residing within Nebo school district boundaries, whether attending public, charter, or home school. Is this your first tournament? Come and join the fun!

Awards: Trophies will be awarded to the top 7 players in each grade, 1-6. (Kindergartners will be combined with first graders.) Other contestants will receive a participation medal. School trophies will be awarded for the top 3 schools as well.

Registration: $8 if you register and pay by Jan 16, 4:00 pm, $15 up until Jan 19. Registration accepted only through Thursday, Jan 19. Registration will be limited to 175 students, so register early! Register and pay online at, “Nebo District Programs Chess”. If you have questions, contact Mary Lynn Lewis ( No registration/payment accepted at the door!

Where: Art City Elementary – 121 North 900 East, Springville, UT

From I-15, take the 400 South exit in Springville (Exit 260). Go east 2.1 miles. Turn left onto Main St. Go north 0.4 miles. Turn right onto Center St. Go east 0.9 miles. Turn left onto 900 East. The school is on your left.

Supervision:  Supervision of children is the responsibility of the parents. Parents and other spectators may not interact with players while they are competing.

Food:  Pizza, drinks, and snacks will be available for purchase.



Categories: Elementary, Salem

Third Grade Show Us What They Know

Goshen Elementary News - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 7:48am
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During our BIG Assembly for December (it was held in January), the third graders were able to show the school something that they've been working on.  They have been working really hard on learning their multiplication facts (thanks to their awesome teachers, Mrs. Barber and Mrs. Larsen), and they showed the school some different beats that they use to help them remember the facts.  They did a great job!  Thanks for sharing that with us!

Categories: Elementary

December Ambassadors of the Month

Goshen Elementary News - Wed, 01/18/2017 - 7:44am
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The students who were honored by both their teachers and bus drivers for being the Ambassadors of the month for December, were announced when school resumed in January.  These students were picked because they were helpful.  Congratulations to those who received this honor.  Both teachers and bus drivers rely on our helpful students.

Categories: Elementary

Brockbank Bulletin

Brockbank Elementary News - Tue, 01/17/2017 - 10:06pm

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Hello, Brockbank Families!


I hope you enjoyed the long weekend!  It was wonderful to see so many of you come to SEP Conferences! Friday was also a great day for teachers to get ready for the new term and plan together for upcoming lessons, activities, and events! 


We are especially excited for our school-wide fundraiser that started today.  Your child should have brought home information about our Fun-Run that will be on January 26th.  Today begins the opportunity for the students to collect pledges for the laps that they run.  Attached is an information sheet about the Fun-Run and fundraiser.  Here are a few items in a nutshell:

  • The money we receive from the pledges of the Fun-Run will go to our Leveled Library, our Take Home Library, to classroom materials, and to technology.
  • This fundraiser is totally optional and your child does not need to participate.
  • Students are only to call or go to those people that you as parents/guardians approve of. We DO NOT want students going door to door.
  • There will be a cap of the number of laps (36) students run.
  • You may pledge online or with the pledge sheet that went home today.
  • Parents and family members are welcome to come to the Fun-Run on Thursday, January 26th. We will schedule grade levels at certain times and those times will be announced later.
  • The students will work as a class to meet goals and challenges for the fundraiser, so everyone is involved.
  • Students may bring in pledges daily, or weekly, whichever you prefer.
  • Over the next couple of weeks, our students will be focusing on the theme of “LEGENDS” (Learn, Engage, Give, Empower, Never Quit, DO) as our focus to go along with our Fun-Run.  We hope you will talk to your child about these words and their meanings.  We also hope you will encourage your child to be ready for the Fun-Run and make this an exciting event to prepare for!  We appreciate your help and support and know the money for this activity will serve our school for years to come!


    Brockbank Birthday:  Along with our Fun-Run, we will be celebrating Brockbank’s Birthday! Brockbank will be 57 years young!  We love our school and the History behind it!  It is truly an icon in Spanish Fork!  For this celebration the sixth grade Spirit Council has come up with the following Spirit Days:

    Monday, January 23rd will be a Happy Birthday to Brockbank Day!  Tuesday, January 24th-students will dress up as if they lived in 1959, when the school opened.  Wednesday, January 25th-students will dress up as their favorite LEGEND-to go along with our Fun-Run.  Thursday, January 26th-students will dress up in their sports gear so they can run, run, run! Friday, January 27th-students will dress up in their spirit colors!


    We appreciate your support and all you do to make our school such a great place to come to each day!  We love our students and the hard work and effort they put forth each day!  Brockbank is the best!


    Mrs. Nelson


    Brockbank Bulletin:


    1/17-1/26-School Fundraiser

    1/20-Popcorn Friday

    1/23-1/27-Brockbank Birthday!

    1/26-In School Fun-Run Fundraiser!

    2/10-6th Grade Science Fair!    


    Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

    Teacher Tuesday: Mrs. Bailey

    Salem Elementary News - Tue, 01/17/2017 - 2:29pm

    Mrs. Bailey grew up in Littleton, Colorado until 6th grade.  Then she moved to Cottonwood Heights, Utah, where she attended junior high and Brighton High School.  She is the oldest of 4 kids.  

    She married her husband Mark in 1995 and have 4 children: Amber (USU), Ty (9th), Brett (7th) and Brynn (4th). 

    Mrs. Bailey loves to play the violin and has always been in a symphony or quartet.  She currently plays with the Millennial Choir and Orchestra and performs at Abravanel Hall two times a year.  She has taught violin for 25 years and orchestra for 8.  Mrs. Bailey loves to laugh and have fun, and especially loves (nice) practical jokes.  She loves to read, although math has always been her favorite subject.  Her favorite thing to do is to spend time with her family and to watch them do the things they love.  They love game night, charades, and dancing at their house.  Their favorite place to go is the beach or mountains.

    Mrs. Bailey has her Bachelors of Science Degree-Elementary Education.  She went to school for two years at BYU and then graduated from SUU.  She has taught 5th grade at Salem Elementary for three years.

    Categories: Elementary, Salem

    Great Kindness Challenge

    Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Tue, 01/17/2017 - 1:42pm
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    Great Kindness Challenge 
    You can go to the following website to read more about it. 
    The Great Kindness Challenge is one school week devoted to performing as many acts of kindness as possible from a 50 item checklist. The event will take place during the week of January 23rd-27th.  
    A printed check list was sent home a couple days ago. I have also attached it to this post as well. Each time a student completes a task they can check it off on their list. 
    A small prize will be given to those who complete all 50 of their challenges. They will need to bring their checklist to the front office by Friday, January 27th to collect their prize. 
    We appreciate all that you do to make this a wonderful school year. Please let us know if you have any questions and we'll be happy to help. Cheers,
    Crystal AverettMiranda Graves

    Sierra Bonita News - Tuesday, January 17, 2017

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    5th and 6th Grade Science Fair Jan 26

    Larsen Elementary News - Tue, 01/17/2017 - 12:48pm

    Larsen 5th and 6th grade science fair is coming up soon on Jan. 26th.  We hope your students have been working on their projects.  Parents will be able to visit and see the projects that afternoon between12: 45 and 2:30.  Please come out and support your students!

    Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

    Kennedy Andersson Receives PEAK Award

    Larsen Elementary News - Tue, 01/17/2017 - 12:36pm
    Attributions: Lana Hiskey

    Kennedy Andersson received the PEAK Award from Nebo School District last week.  She was nominated by  Brian Cole.  Here is what Mr. Cole wrote about her:

     Kennedy Andersson, Behavior Technician, Larsen Elementary
    Nominated by: Brian Cole
    “Kennedy goes above and beyond by getting to know our students well and comes up with effective interventions to improve learning for the behavioral-challenged students. Kennedy has a knack for knowing how to calm down and motivate students. She is not afraid to jump in and do extra duties when needed. She has volunteered to be in charge of the social skills class and often spends her own money to enhance the student's learning experience. Kennedy is a great asset to Nebo School District."



    Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

    More Fossils in Fourth

    Salem Elementary News - Tue, 01/17/2017 - 10:43am
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    Fourth-graders are learning even more about fossils!  One type of fossils they have learned about are fossils in which the organism is fully preserved in ice, amber, or tar.  To demonstrate students used a pipe cleaner and hot glue to represent an insect getting stuck in amber.  

    Categories: Elementary, Salem


    Salem Elementary News - Tue, 01/17/2017 - 10:37am
    Attributions: Mrs. Van Ausdal
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    Kindergarten has been learning about penguins. We measured ourselves to an Emperor Penguin and practiced keeping an egg on our feet as daddy Emperor Penguins.

    Categories: Elementary, Salem

    Meeting Officer Grover

    Riverview Elementary News - Mon, 01/16/2017 - 7:10pm
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    Riverview third graders and sixth graders met Officer Cory Grover after reading and discussing the story “Aero and Officer Mike.”  Officer Grover brought his police dog and talked with the students about the training that he and his dog went through together. Officer Grover explained how his police dog is a loyal partner and they work together every day.  Students had a great time making connections from reading "Aero and Officer Mike" and meeting Officer Grover and his police dog.  Thank you for your service! 

    Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

    School Food Drive at Spanish Oaks

    Spanish Oaks Elementary News - Mon, 01/16/2017 - 10:45am

    Our annual Holiday Food Drive will run from January 17 – January 27, 2017.  Thanks to your generous donations, for the last few years we have collected thousands of items!!  All donations to Tabitha's Way will stay here locally to help stop hunger.  This year our goal is to EXCEED last year's goal!!  All donations stay here locally ...  Thank you so much for your support! 

    Tabitha’s Way Food Pantry has been a part of the Nebo School District for the past 5 years providing food and supplies for families in need.  This year they plan on feeding 5,000 families.  They are able to accomplish this amazing task because of the donations they receive from food drives.  “Together we can stop hunger and meet the needs of our struggling student families!”

    The food items of most need are:

    Canned Meats
    Canned Fruits Cereal
    Canned Tomatoes
    Canned Veggies Soups
    Starches: dried noodles, dried potatoes, packaged stuffing

    Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

    NOW HIRING! P.E. Teacher Wanted!

    Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Fri, 01/13/2017 - 4:44pm

    Hi Friends!

    Sierra Bonita Elementary is looking to hire a P.E. teacher! It's 3.4 hours a day, 5 days a week. Pay is $11.32/hr. You just need to have a G.E.D or High School diploma.

    Apply today! Go to, click on "jobs", then "available jobs", then "Sierra Bonita". We look forward to your application!

     OR Click on this link: