The Golden Rule

East Meadows Elementary News - 4 hours 15 min ago
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We had a great assembly where we were taught about "The Golden Rule."

We had an magician who preformed some awesome magic tricks as well as taught the students to be kind and treat others as they would like to be treated.

This was such a positive message that was presented.

We have such great students and staff at East Meadows!

#runningahead #emmustangpride #eastmeadows

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Spring Picture Day

Brockbank Elementary News - 5 hours 18 min ago
Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Prep of the Week - Cole Patterson

Maple Mountain High School News - 5 hours 57 min ago
Attributions: Story by Dave Boyack. Photo by Tyler Lewis.

Cole Patterson has been selected as a Prep of the Week for Maple Mountain High School. Cole is a senior who capped of a stellar senior season by advancing to the state championship final match. After battling back from injury, Cole finished with a record of 23-10 for the year. Congratulations Cole on representing Maple Mountain High School this year!

Letter Love

Attributions: By: Macady Tanner

After the recent tragedy of the Florida school shooting, a neighboring school in Florida asked if people around the globe would write hand-written letters to the students at Stoneman Douglas High School to remind them they are loved. Mrs. Parker’s 7th-grade class decided to do just that. 

As the class wrote letters to unknown students in Florida, their faces lit up at the idea of someone who had gone through this tragic event opening a letter just to remind them that they are loved. With hard things going through our world like this, we would like to invite anyone who wants to put a little letter love in the world to write a letter for these kids. Sometimes you just need to be reminded you matter and are cared about even if it comes from across the globe. Let us fill the air with letter love. 

Stoneman Douglas High School

5901 NW Pine Island Road

Parkland, Florida 33076

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

MMHS Drill Team Tryout Information

All girls interested in trying out for the Maple Mountain High School Drill Team:   There will be a mandatory meeting on Thursday, March 8 at 3 PM in the team room at MMHS.  The try out packet will be available at this meeting and all information regarding tryouts.  This meeting is for potential team members only.  The parent meeting will be held at a later date. 


Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

DFJHS Student Places at Pegasus Show Series

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 Our very own Diamondback, Amelie Capel Beckstead, just competed at the Pegasus Event Center Show Series. This was her first time competing and she placed in all four events!  There were approximately 20+ girls competing in her age group.  She placed 2nd in Cross Bar Hunters, third in Cross Bar Jumper, and third in Walk Trot, and she also placed second in an earlier event. Amelie is a wonderful student and we congratulate her on her success!

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Ms. Freeland’s Students Use Playdough to Shape Understanding

Attributions: by Alyse J. Freeland
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Mrs. Freeland's Utah Studies class used play dough to make their own clay figurines that resembled the pre-historic Native tribes in Utah.  The kids had a lot of fun shaping clay statues like the first people in Utah did!​

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Box Top Class Winners

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - 9 hours 7 min ago

The winning classes for our Box Tops race are 3rd place: Mrs. Heaton's first grade, 2nd place: Mrs. Dimmick's third grade, and Mrs. Lewis/Call's class are our first place, Golden Crayon Award winners.   Way to go, students!!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Please Respond to Stakeholder Survey!


Each year, Nebo School District seeks input from its various stakeholders; namely, parents, students and employees. If you would like to give us your feedback regarding teachers and administrators in Nebo School District schools, you can do so by following this link:

Stakeholder Survey link (Closes at 5pm on Feb 24th)

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Student Lunch Worker of the Week

Spanish Oaks Elementary News - 9 hours 39 min ago

Our student lunch workers are doing such a great job!  They are working hard and following directions as they assist in the lunchroom.  Congratulations to Alexis Allred for a job well done!

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Spring session 4-H REGISTRATION

Larsen Elementary News - 9 hours 42 min ago

Spring session 4-H registration is Thursday, February 22 starting at 7:00 am-ONLINE. To register click here

For more information click on the 4-H information tab on the right.

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Registration for After-school Boys & Girls Clubs-Session 4

Riverview Elementary News - 11 hours 57 min ago

Click directly below to sign-up for classes.  Waiver form can be found at the bottom of the class description.

Riverview Elementary is excited to announce our 4th session registration for the After-School program.    Registration will be open on Wednesday, February 21st at 8:00 a.m. All information including club schedules, registration forms, and waivers will be available online.  We will use SIGN-UP GENIUS on the Riverview website.  Please fill out the registration forms if you haven't completed one this school year and make a payment in the office .  If you need payment arrangements ro have any questions please contact RaeAnn Nelson at

The fees for Afterschool will be $12 this year.  Students may sign up for as many clubs as they would like.  The students will receive a t-shirt (one per year), healthy snacks, a prevention lesson, physical activitives or games, and one hour of club instruction and activities. 

An early morning club will be available at no charge from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.  It is available for students who would like extra homework or reading help.  Also for parents who need to leave for work early and want a safe place for their students before school.  Kelsey Mortensen, a certified teacher, will be the morning club instructor.  Please fill out the registration form and waiver for this club as well. 

The 4th session will begin on Tuesday, March 6th, and go until Wednesday, May 16th.  We look forward to having your students participate in Riverview's After-school Program.   


Morning Club - 8:00-8:30 a.m.; No cost homework help from a certified teacher every morning from 8-8:45 am.  This is also a safe place for students who need to arrive early to school.  Students must not arrive after 8:30 a.m.


  • Lego Jr. K-3rd grades; A fun and interactive club for students who love Legos they will work together in teams to make items of the day also they will have free play time.
  • Spring Arts and Crafts 2nd - 4th grades; A club for students interested in Art drawing, watercolors, acrylic, and pottery. 
  • Origami 2nd - 6th grades; A club to teach the ancient art of folding paper, using new ideas helping students solve some world problems with paper.
  • Sign Language 2nd - 6th grades; A club taught by the ASL club at the high school introducing students to this great universal language.
  • Superhero K-3rd grades; A value club teaching manners, goals, and friendship building skills. 

Tuesdays - 3:00-4:30 :

  • 3D Printing 2nd - 6th grades; learning 21st century skills through programming and designing things for the 3D printer
  • Superstar Sport K-4th grades;  Students will focus on healthy body image, strengthening exercises, teamwork, and fun.  Students will play games like hockey, soccer, flag football, and more. 
  • Spa and Healthy Lifestyle 2nd - 6th grades; A club that focuses on making healthy life decisions like food, exercising, and team building. 
  • Kids Rock K-3rd grades; Each week students will be exploring a new topic from crafts, games, cooking, science and more. 

Wednesdays - 3:00-4:30 :

  • Babysitter Club 3rd - 6th grades; Students will focus on learning the basics of child care, first aid skills, fun games, and healthy food preparation. 
  • Science and Rockets K-4th grades; Exploring all that is slimy and gooey, along with Bill Nye and Myth Buster experiments. They will learn the scientific process and try some Bill Nye and MythBusters experiments.  They will have the opportunity to launch rockets and work hands on with 3D printing.
  • Video Game Design 3rd - 6th grades; A computer technology based club using creativity and collaborative efforts to increase skills in a STEM world. 

Thursdays- 3:00-4:30 :

  • Lego Robotics 2nd - 6th grades; Creating Robots using Lego Mindstorms while learning valuable engineering and programming skills.
  • Cooking Jr K-3rd grades; A club to teach cooking skills and healthy eating habits along with food preparation and clean up.
  • Cup Stacking Club 2nd - 6th; 
  • Farm Yard Fun K-3rd grades; Students will learn about different farm animals and planting vegetables.  Students will have the opportunity to meet some baby animals and enjoy a small petting farm. 

Fridays - 3:00-4:30 :

  • Minecraft 2nd - 6th grades; A computer technology club using creative and collaborative efforst as students learn 21st century computer skills that are needed in the world today.
  • Soccer Jr k - 4th grades; A club focusing on the basics of learning the sport of soccer.  Healthy lifestyles and good sportsmanship will be promoted.  
  • Princess K-3rd grades; 


Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Brockbank Bulletin

Brockbank Elementary News - 12 hours 9 min ago

Hello, Brockbank Families!

Thank you to all those who have taken the school survey!  We appreciate your feedback.  If you have not taken it, please do so.  The Stake Holder’s survey can be found on the Nebo Website!  If you have questions or concerns about our school, I hope you would come in and discuss those with me so that we can problem solve together.

PLEASE NOTE:  We have had our 3rd-6th grade students take the survey here at school, however, we would love for kindergarten,1st and 2nd grade students to have help from home and take the survey as well!  Thanks so much!

Keep collecting those Box Tops!  The class that brings in the most Box Tops by Feb. 23rd gets a class party!  The Box Tops have made such a difference at our school, providing the wonderful new marquee, playground equipment and much more!  Thanks for saving those and sending them our way!

Penny Wars:  STARTS TODAY!  Feb 20 – March 9
KIDS have the power to make a positive difference.  Please join the Kid Power committee at Brockbank Elementary to change the world.  Our project this year is to help the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes.  This is the type that mostly affects children.  There are children in our school that deal with this disease.
Each grade will bring money to donate. All paper and silver coins in their cans will count for that grades total.  All the pennies put in that grade level can, will subtract from their total.  So put pennies in another classes can to stop them from beating your grade.  Put the silver and paper money in your class can to increase your total.  This is called a Penny War.  Our penny war will help find a cure for juvenile Diabetes.
We will start our project on February 20th and go through March 9th.  The grade level with the heaviest can on Feb 23 will get to have a dance party.  The grade level with the heaviest can on March 2 will get to run someone through their whip cream gauntlet.  The grade level that raises the most money by March 9 will get to have a flour bomb war.  This war is for good and we will have a lot of fun.  Start earning money to make a difference.

Spring Pictures:  We will be having our Spring Pictures on Thursday, Feb. 22, by Life Touch Photography!

Math Lab:  Just a reminder that we have our Math Lab opened in the mornings before school, at 8:30.  Any student is welcome to come and practice math facts, use the online REFLEX program, or get help with math assignments!
We invite you to LIKE us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, as well as our own Brockbank website!  Follow us on Instagram--#Brockbankbest, #Lookatbrockbank, and #BrockbankBFF

Thanks for being the BEST!

Mrs. Nelson

Brockbank Bulletin:
2/20-Penny Wars begin!
2/22-Spring Picture Day
3/5-SDD-students dismissed at noon
3/7-Renaissance Fair-6th Grade
3/9-Dads and Doughnuts
3/8-3/15-Book Fair
3/12-District Debate Tournament
3/15-SEP Conferences
3/16-No School

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork

Lobo Update, 2/20/2018

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 02/20/2018 - 4:25pm

Dear Students, Parents, Staff, and Friends:


Spanish Fork FFA is celebrating along with chapters around the country, the amazing accomplishments of members, teachers, and the industry of agriculture. Our FFA members are sponsoring dress up days throughout the week. See the calendar below or our Facebook page for more details.


The Girls Who Code Club program is a free program for girls in grades 6-12 that provides engaging project-based activities.  

Club girls join a safe and supportive environment of peers & role models and learn to see themselves as computer scientists. Beyond the Club, girls can tap into an alumni network of tens of thousands of girls across the country that is using computer science to solve problems they care about.

Club girls learn the concepts of loops, variables, conditionals, and functions that form the basis for all programming languages — whether they want to build a website, an app, or a robot. Club girls work in teams to design and build a Computer Science “CS” Impact Project that solves real world problems they care about through code.

If you are interested in learning more or joining this club, send an email to Club girls will meet during Pack Time one or two days each week.


FROM OUR PTA: The PTA loves our teachers and staff!  During February’s book fair we gave out "gift cards" for each.  Thank you SFJHS for all you do for our kids!

The PTA loves our kids, too!  Because we had such amazing support at our fall book fair, we decided to give out "gift certificates" to some students!  We had a drawing and one kid from each English class received a $5 gift certificate good for a book!  As a result, 30 certificates were redeemed.  The PTA is thrilled to have more books in the hands of our students!

Also, because of the success of our FALL BOOK FAIR,  we were able to buy additional books for the English teachers’ classroom libraries. And, just over $1,000 was donated at this book fair!

With our extra scholastic dollars we earn from each book fair we hope to be able to do some fun things like this again at our next fair in the fall.

Thank you parents for the support you give the PTA and our school by purchasing books at our book fairs!


Have you ever wondered what the Advanced Learning Center is and what you can do there? Registration for the ALC field Trip goes from now until February 23rd. You will see the many classes you can take learn how the classes can give you college credit while still in high school! Our school will be attending the morning session. Sign up now in the counseling office because we have only 60 slots available.


​Registration for the next school year is coming up! Here are some tentative dates:

February 22nd- 7th into 8th grade registration during College & Career Awareness classes. Forms are due on February 27th. 

March 5th- Freshman Day at SFHS- all 9th graders will be bused to the high school.

March 7th- SFHS counselors will meet with 9th graders during World History classes to select their courses online. 


February 20th-22nd: Indoor Soccer Intramurals 2:45pm

February 21st: FFA Alumni Banquet 6:30pm, Orchestra Elementary School Tour

February 22nd: 7th grade to 8th grade registration in CCA classes, Girls Who Code Conference Field Trip 11:00-3:00pm

February 23rd: School Dance 6:00-7:30pm

February 26th: 6th grade day

February 27th-29th: Warball Intramurals 7:30am

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Diamond Fork Junior High Registration Assembly

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Tue, 02/20/2018 - 3:36pm

Parent(s) of Sierra Bonita Sixth Grade Students, 

On Friday, March 23rd, 2018 Diamond Fork Jr. High School would like to invite you to attend a registration assembly in the junior high café-torium.  We will be meeting with the sixth grade students from 9:30-11:00 AM for an introduction to our school.  Parents and students will have the opportunity to view a brief presentation and to receive 7th grade registration information.  If you cannot attend, your student will be instructed to bring home the registration form for your approval and signature.  The 7th grade registration form needs to be returned to their 6th grade teacher by March 30th.  If the registration form is not returned to their teacher by March 30th, please bring it to the junior high school Counseling Center as soon as possible.  Late registration forms may cause students not to receive their chosen electives.  

We look forward to helping your student have a successful junior high experience. 

Thank you,

Diamond Fork Junior High Counselors

Book Fair Volunteers Still Needed!

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Tue, 02/20/2018 - 1:57pm

We are so excited for our Spring Book Fair. Out PTA is in desperate need of more volunteers. Each volunteer will receive a free book for helping. If you have younger children, feel free to bring them with you as you volunteer. All proceeds go to the school library and It Pays to Read program. Please sign up to help if you can.

Here is the sign up link:

Sierra Bonita PTA

Book Fair Volunteers Still Needed!

Sierra Bonita Elementary News - Tue, 02/20/2018 - 1:57pm

We are so excited for our Spring Book Fair. Out PTA is in desperate need of more volunteers. Each volunteer will receive a free book for helping. If you have younger children, feel free to bring them with you as you volunteer. All proceeds go to the school library and It Pays to Read program. Please sign up to help if you can.

Here is the sign up link:

Sierra Bonita PTA

Eighth Grade History Students Visit State Capitol

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Tue, 02/20/2018 - 10:14am
Attributions: by Shea Harmer

The 8th grade US History classes had the opportunity to visit the Utah state capitol building on Friday and got to see government working full throttle.

Students watched a session of Congress in which the families of Utah’s fallen soldiers were honored and  took a peek at the building’s new earthquake absorption mechanisms.  They spoke with Representative Mike McKell and got a special tour of the Supreme Court from him and our own Mayor Leifson.  They even got to have a question and answer period with Senator Diedre Henderson!

The kids learned a lot and were able to experience government! This field trip is always a favorite.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

A Pig with Heart

Spanish Fork Junior High School News - Mon, 02/19/2018 - 11:51am
Attributions: By Drew Nielsen

On February 8, 2018, the students in Mrs. Mendonsa’s class had a great and wonderful time watching Mrs. Mendonsa share with them parts of a pig. She brought a pig heart, lungs, esophagus, and larynx into class with her.

With a shop vacuum, she was able to blow the pig lungs up and show how the lungs of a pig and human work.

With the pig heart, she showed us how many chambers it had and where most of the organs attached to the heart in order for everything to work out. The class had a fun time and was able to learn about the inside of a pig.

Categories: Secondary, Spanish Fork

Stakeholder Survey

Canyon Elementary News - Fri, 02/16/2018 - 2:08pm

Nebo School District is always trying to improve communication and responsiveness to our stakeholders. To that end, we invite students, parents and teachers to give feedback on teachers and administrators in Nebo District schools.  A link to the Nebo Stakeholder Survey 2017-2018 will be found on the Nebo home page at beginning Wednesday, February 7 and remaining open until Wednesday, February 21, 2018, where Nebo District stakeholders will be able to share their thoughts and experiences. (Parents and employees will be emailed a link to help them gain access, while students will be shown the link in their computer labs.)

The purpose of the Nebo Stakeholder Survey is to help us improve instruction and to keep our finger on the pulse of our patrons. For feedback to be most useful, we suggest being polite even when sharing intensely positive or negative feelings, sharing specific experiences that illustrate your ratings, and using appropriate language in all circumstances.

Thank you for your helpful feedback.

Categories: Elementary, Spanish Fork