Hear the ROAR! A Panther is: RESPECTFUL, OUTSTANDING, ACADEMIC and RESPONSIBLE! Congratulations to Braulio Ruiz and Vanessa Torres for being nominated as our MNJHS Panthers of the Day on Wednesday, September 13, 2017. Braulio was nominated by Mrs. Miller for getting 100% on assignments and for his great class contributions. Vanessa was nominated by Mr. Wilson for being helpful when a neighbor is stuck and needs help.
September Students of the Month named.
The first students of the month were named this week for the 2017-18 year. Congratulations to these students!
10th Grade—Derek Burton was nominated by Ms. Erickson.
Laura Johnson was nominated by Ms. Allred.
11th Grade—Brit Haskell was nominated by Ms. Beckstead.
Hannah Call was nominated by Ms. Coffey.
12th Grade—Zac Browning was nominated by Mr. Clark.
Stacy Nielson was nominated by Mr. Hales.
These students exemplify the Skyhawk Spirit and were honored for their heart and Success in our school.
Athletes of the week!
Congratulations to Jennah Lee - Soccer!
Congratulations to Book Vaitohi - Football!
Fan of the week!
Congratulations to Ryan Larsen!
Tuesday, Sept 19
- 2:35 pm School Community Council Meeting
- 4:00 pm Girls Soccer VS Orem
- 6:00 pm Girls Volleyball @ Orem
Wednesday, Sept 20
- 8:00 am Captain’s Academy
- Boys Golf @ The Ranches
- 3:30-8:00 pm Parent Teacher Conference in the gym
Thursday, Sept 21
- 9:10 am Hope Week Assembly #1 Assembly Schedule
- 8:30 am - Girls Tennis Regional @ Mt. View
- 3:30 pm- JV football @ Uintah
- 4:00 pm - Girls Soccer VS Mt. View
- 6:00 pm Girls Volleyball VS Mt. View
- 7:00 pm Hope Walk
Friday, Sept 22
- 8:30 am Girls Tennis Regionals @ Mt. View
- 3:00 pm - Debate Tournament
- 7:00 pm Football VS Uintah
Saturday, Sept 23-
- 10:00 am -7:30 pm Battle of the Bands (PHS competes at 10:00 am)
Ms. Kron started teaching this year & is excited to be at Payson High and share her love for teaching Spanish/English to the students. Ms. Kron’s (soon to be Mrs. Noll’s) aspirations led her to our school, and now we have a new amazing Spanish/ English teacher and she got her dream job. When asked what she liked about Payson, she responded, “I love everything about Payson High School so far! I have felt welcomed (by our awesome principal & assistant principals!) since my first job interview, and every day just gets better and better. Faculty and students alike - everyone is so kind and willing to lend a helping hand!” Hopefully students and faculty keep impressing Ms. Kron throughout the year and years to come.
The Spartans girls team opened the season against tennis powerhouse Spanish Fork on Sept 14. Megan Turner and Ruby Brockbank turned in a nice win at varsity second doubles, and Emilee Nicholls won a nail biter tie break match at JV 1st JV singles.
Otherwise, Spanish Fork controlled the matches. Still, it was a good start for the lady Spartans except for an injury to Ashlyn Westwood, who rolled her ankle during a doubles match. She will be out of action for a couple of weeks.
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Last week the PE classes ran the timed mile. Students had been building up to this for the first few weeks of school. Everybody who participated worked hard and did a great job!
The top times for each PE teacher are:
RogersAerobic Conditioning 1st period - Boys - Peyton Thorpe 7:12 Girls - Taylee Acherman 8:10 2nd period - Boys - Kason Dart 6:58 Girls - Leah Harwood 8:09 5th period - Boys - Cannon Bennett 6:25 Girls - Sarah Seely 6:55 7th and 8th girls PE 4th period - Isabel Barney - 6:59 9th girls PE 3rd period - Shalyie Harrison Kierra Moss 9:11 7th period- Addison McLean 7:18 Carlson Wyatt Mackay 3rd period Adam Whittaker 4th period Brennen Carter 6th period Andres Bustos 7th period Jessi Mangum 7th period Johnson 1st period-Kaleb Feland 5:40 2nd period- Andrew Folsom 6:22 3rd period- Rhoman Eyere 6:34 4th period- Cade Olsen 5:15 Anna Salisbury 6:41 5th period- Ben Harwood 5:56 6th period- Ammon Beck 5:18 Nicole Oviedo 8:08 7th period- Broc Bennett 6:24 Congratulations to everyone that ran and to our FAST FINISHERS!
Parent-Teacher Conference will be held on Wednesday, 9/20/17 from 4:00 - 8:00pm. Teachers will be in the main gym and the cafeteria. The finance office will also be open if you would like to pay any school fees.
Parents, Students and Friends –
AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS - After school clubs begin TODAY! Come join the fun with the different options we have available. MONDAYS we have an IMPROV CLUB- come learn how to do improvisation and play a variety of improv games after school. TUESDAYS we have CHESS CLUB - improve your skills and compete against your friends. WEDNESDAYS we have an ART CLUB - explore a variety of different art techniques. THURSDAYS we have an ANIME CLUB- look and see all the different types of anime and make your own! FRIDAYS we have GERMAN CLUB - enhance your skills, learn a few German words, and make lots of German food!!! Forms are available in the office, in Mr. Ferrin's and Julie Green's rooms, on the school website, and on the bulletin board in front of the Library - Come and sign up in Julie Green's room and join the fun! All Clubs start on Monday, September 18th.
PTA BOOK FAIR - Our PTA sponsored Scholastic book fair will be held Tues, Sept. 26 - Thurs, Sept. 28, 2017 in the small faculty room next to the Little Theater. Book Fair hours will be Tues. and Wed. 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Thurs. 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., going through Parent Teacher Conference. All money earned will buy more books for your student's classroom. Please come by and support your students and teachers.
PTA REFLECTIONS - Would you like to dance, produce a film, write a poem or story, compose a song, take a picture or create a piece of art? This year PTA's Reflections theme is "Within Reach". Pick up a PTA Reflections form from the office or your teacher and get creative! Entries are due the Monday after Fall Break, October 23 by 3:00 p.m. More information and entry forms can also be found at www.UtahPTA.org/Reflections
SCHOOL PICTURE MAKE UP - If you were absent for school picture day in August, you will NEED to have your picture taken on Monday, September 27th. There is no obligation to purchase a package, but you can prepay for a package online if you wish at www.bellphoto.com with online code: sfjrfall17 until 10/3/2017.
Sept 19th – 21st: Soccer Intramurals
Sept 20th: Vision Screening 2nd Period, Captain’s Academy @ DO 8:00am
Sept 21st: Girls Tennis @ Sports Park 3:30
Sept 22nd: TERM 1 MIDTERM, Basketball Intramurals 6:00am, Field Day 7th period, Cross County @ Salem JHS 3:30
Sept 25th: Shakespeare Adjudication 2:00pm – 6:00pm @ DFJHS
Sept 27th: School Picture Make Up Day
Sept 28th: Parent Teacher Conference 3:30pm – 8:00pm
As faculty and staff from the Landmark/Cornerstone family returned from summer break, Administrators prepared a series of team-building activities. These activities tested their stamina, mental acumen, team-building skills, and familiarity with Landmark's Vital Behaviors.
It was a Great Day to be a Dragon!
On Thursday, September 14, Springville High’s Lady Red Devils had a big, 3-2, win at home over local Maple Mountain. Also, last week the Red Devils brought home a road win, 3-2, against Timpview.
“The season has been going well so far. The girls are working well together and there is lots of learning going on. We are excited about what the rest of the season holds and the growth individually and as a team unit,” said Head Coach Elle Williams.
Varsity Volleyball Team Players:
Lauren Alleman, Kaitlynn Bradley, Brielle Cruz, Ramzie Farr, Mikkele Gallier, Genevieve Hopkinson, Langilangi Maviae, Megan Nusink, Emma Schultz, Kallysta Strong
JV Volleyball Team Players:
Savannah Clyde, Jenessa Crystal, Ramzie Farr, Genevieve Hopkinson, Sage Loveland, Hekela Mavae, Avery Pritchard, Emma Schultz, Sabrina Scott, Jeri Strong, Gracie Thorpe, Jamie Wheeler, Kiki Wiberg
Sophomore Volleyball Team Players:
Emma Ashton, Abigail Barron, Lila Blaser, Hannah Fowler, Julia Jeffs, Halli Johnson, Kahlan Johnson, Rachel Kieffer, Hekela Mavae, Syerra McCoy, Kaitlyn Metler, Madisen Pennington, Avery Pritchard, Kaylee Smyth, Jeri Strong
I was born in Payson, but I moved to Albuquerque New Mexico and then to Evanston, Wyoming. I moved back to Payson in time for Junior High and then moved to Elk Ridge during my high school years. I graduated from Payson High School and then went on to BYU where I got a degree in accounting. I worked in the accounting department of a grocery chain store until I had my first child. After having 4 children, 2 boys and 2 girls, I began subbing when they all entered school. I started tutoring other kids at the same time. I tutored reading and some science, but mostly I tutored math from kindergarten up to college algebra and some basic calculus. While I was subbing I also worked at SHHS giving their AP tests, SAT tests, and ACT tests. I really enjoyed helping kids get their GED so they could graduate or pass other tests like the ASVAB. I currently live in Genola with my husband and I love it there. My oldest son is married with a little girl and one on the way. My oldest daughter teaches English at Mountain View High School. My second daughter is doing elementary education at UVU and my youngest son just graduated and is on a mission in Jamaica.
Hear the ROAR! A Panther is: RESPECTFUL, OUTSTANDING, ACADEMIC and RESPONSIBLE! Congratulations to Colton Lloyd and Mandy Williams for being nominated as our MNJHS Panthers of the Day on Tuesday, September 12, 2017. Colton was nominated by Mr. Rather for being very helpful and respectful in class. Mandy was nominated by Mrs. Johnson for always being willing to help, fun to be around and having a happy disposition.
Hear the ROAR! A Panther is: RESPECTFUL, OUTSTANDING, ACADEMIC and RESPONSIBLE! Congratulations to Wesley Atwater and Natalie Cox for being nominated as our MNJHS Panthers of the Day on Monday, September 11, 2017. Wesley was nominated by Mrs. Johnson for being friendly and kind to others and doing what he is asked to do. Natalie was nominated by Mr. Wilson for being respectful of her peers.
We appreciate you supporting our wonderful school!
Mt. Nebo PTA
Lunch Time Activities: Evening Activities:
Paint the School Blue-
11:30 a.m. After Minimal Day
Tuesday, Sept. 19 Tuesday Night:
Bingo Powder Puff 6-8 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 20 Wednesday Night:
Twin Competitions Skyhawk Rally 7:00 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 21 Thursday Night:
Recess Games Volleyball Game – 6:00 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 22 Friday Night:
Musical Chairs Tail Gate 6:00 p.m.
Homecoming Game 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 23 Saturday Night:
Homecoming Dance 7- 10 p.m.
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