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It's Teacher Appreciation Week at Mt. Nebo, April 23-27!
We have the BEST teachers and staff! We want to recognize them for working so hard for their students. Thank you for making a difference every day.
And a HUGE Panther Shout Out to our fabulous PTA! We appreciated all they continually do to support Mt Nebo.
Hear the ROAR! A Panther is: RESPECTFUL, OUTSTANDING, ACADEMIC and RESPONSIBLE! Congratulations to Katelynn Wettstein and Braydon Munoz for being nominated as our MNJHS Panthers of the Day on Thursday, April 19, 2018. Katelynn was nominated by Mr. Barrus for always doing what is asked of her in class. Braydon was nominated by Mr. Barrus for being on task in class when he is supposed to be.
Hear the ROAR! A Panther is: RESPECTFUL, OUTSTANDING, ACADEMIC and RESPONSIBLE! Congratulations to Jordan Taylor and Alison Martinez for being nominated as our MNJHS Panthers of the Day on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. Jordan was nominated by Mrs. Barber for having no tardies for the entire year. Alison was nominated by Mr. Rees for taking the initiative to get group work done.
Please open the PDF for this week's announcements on: Graduation info, Red Devil Duster- Red & Blue colorfest, National Honor Society Application due date, FFA, Red Devil greenhouse, Spring Orchestra, Mtech registration and more.
The MMHS 9th annual Dance Concert is this Friday, April 27th at 7:00pm in the auditorium. This performance entitled "Imagine" will feature the Dance Company, Dance Excel, Social Dance 2, and Dance 2 classes. Please come out and enjoy this night of dance talent and inspiration.
The Class of 2018 came in to this school together and now they’re getting ready to leave together. There’s only one more month left of this school year, and it’s nerve wracking to think about. The future is starting and some students are taking it like a champ. During College application week over 80% of students filled out an application to go to college. That number usually drops a little by the end of the year, but over 80% of the Seniors at one point decided they want to further their education.
This is what students have been working towards this year for a long time. According to Mrs. Mangum, the students on track to graduate is well over 90%. The class of 2018 is taking their education very seriously and that’s why practically everyone is going to graduate. This is an amazing achievement, and we need to take pride in it.
When asked what excites you most about this graduating class, Mrs. Mangum said,”I think that this graduating class has such a big variety. There's so many students that are thriving in whatever they’re choosing to do.” We are the mighty, creative, and ready achieve anything lions. We have been preparing for our futures for a long time, and it’s finally here. So, here’s to us and our future. The class of 2018 is the future.
Cade Olsen, 8th grader from Spanish Fork Junior battles for 1st in the 400M dash. Cade finishes 2nd behind Mt. Nebo and runs a personal best of 54.9 seconds, that's 4 seconds faster than his performance just a week ago.
Monday, Apr. 23
- Girls Golf @ Spanish Oaks
- 1:45 Collaboration with your team
- 2:30 NHS Social
Tuesday, Apr. 24
- 9:00 Youth Support
- 2:00-4:00 Mini Parent Teacher Conferences
- 3:00 Baseball @ Uintah
- 3:30 Boys Tennis @ Uintah
- 3:30 Boys Soccer vs Spanish Fork
- 4:00 Softball @ Lehi
Wednesday, Apr. 25
- Track @ Orem
- Region Large Choir Festival
- 1:00 Secretary Luncheon
Thursday, Apr 26
- 10:45 Career Fair
- 3:00 Baseball vs Uintah
- 3:30 Boys Tennis @ Orem
- 4:00 Softball @ Uintah
Friday, Apr. 27
- Track @ Salem Hills
- 9:00 Boys Tennis JV Regionals @ Mt.View
- 11:00 Chris Crow-Oda’s classes
- 3:30 Boys Soccer vs Uintah
Saturday, Apr. 28
- State Solo & Ensemble Festival @ Orem High
Congratulations to creative Diamond Fork students, Caden Blair, and Tanner and Jayden Chapman for winning the audience prize at the BYU Innovations Fair for an app protype innovation that filters media.
Diamond Fork students welcomed Addison, our wish child, and special princess guest, Belle, to the Make-A-Wish Ball.
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Animal Science classes got to learn about the importance of therapy animals. Mini horses can be therapy animals with lots and lots of training. Ever After Mini's brought two of their therapy horses to class today. Students learned about care and training of a therapy horse, they learned about horse behavior and benefits of a therapy animal. Horses are for people with memory loss. Often times people make connections with them if they have ever owned a horse before. They cannot be ridden because of their size. They are only about 120 lbs. When they are born they are so small you can pick them up and hold them. The presenters told us their favorite part of their job is walking into places and seeing peoples reaction to a horse in a building.
The school Make-A-Wish Ball was a huge success last night! Thanks to Mr. Claybaugh and all those who helped in making these last two weeks so amazing as we have raised money for Make-A-Wish. Our goal to begin was to earn $1000, we surpassed that goal by a long way! Thanks to the generosity of our students and community DFJHS raised $2,089.19! THANK YOU to all who were kind and donated. We are excited for our Make-A-Wish assembly coming up on Monday, April 23rd at 8 AM. Teachers will follow through with their challenges, and our Make-A-Wish child will be here for a wonderful time, we are excited.
Congratulations to the new class officers for 2018-19!! You are ROCK SOLID!!
Senior Class: Kennedy Ballard, Bradley Cloward, Tyler Creer, Bailey Felt, Tyler Thompson, and Aly Whittaker
Junior Class: Jorge Aguero, Ramsey Anderson, Sam Ashworth, Savanah Loreen, Jacob Moore, and Andrew Radford
Sophomore Class: Hailey Creer Brooklyn Hawkins, Paige Nielson, Emi Rocha, Matthew Smith, and Josie Wright
We look forward to an awesome year!!
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On Thursday, April 19, Springville High's Red Devil varisty baseball team traveled to local rival Maple Mountain to face off in region play. The victory went to the Golden Eagles, 12-2.
Here is the link:
Congrats to everyone who participated. Click to read more. http://pub.lucidpress.com/sfffacdesuccess18/#_0