Macey's serves our community and local schools with the continuation of the School Cents program. Last year, Riverview earned $788.37 from the School Cents program.
The School Cents program will continue to run through the Macey’s Perks® program, allowing them to electronically track the credit each school earns. Schools will earn 1% back on eligible purchases from July 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018. Please note that gift cards, tobacco and alcohol purchases, pharmacy expenses and sales tax will not count toward our school’s earnings. Final numbers will be calculated on April 1, 2018 and a check will be issued shortly thereafter. Participating schools are eligible to earn up to $10,000 per school year.
The success of the School Cents program depends on our school’s supporters. Please shop at Macey’s and link your Macey’s Perks account to our school. All you will need to do is link your account this year, even if you have linked it in the past. For directions on how to link an account, visit
If you don’t have a Macey’s Perks account you can easily sign up by visiting any Macey’s location.
Thank you for supporting Riverview Elementary!
We have some important registration updates for you.
- Online Registration is open. Go to park.nebo.edu and click the registration link.
- School registration will take place Tuesday, August 1 for all new to Park students, Kindergarten students, anyone that needs to bring in updated paperwork and anyone that has NOT registered online. If you have taken care of the entire registration process online, you do not need to come in.
- If you have completed the registration process
- Step 1 - Student registration paperwork
- Step 2 - Donation Park Elementary School Donation
- Step 3 - Fill out free/reduce lunch application if qualify (Very important to our Title I status)
- Step 4 (as needed) Deliver all necessary documents to the school.
- Once all steps have been completed you can sign into your parent SIS account for teacher assignments. (please allow 24 hours after completing all steps for system to update)
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call the school.
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ONLINE Registration is OPEN @ http://spanishoaks.nebo.edu/registration
Elementary Registration will be held on August 1, 2017 (computers will be provided at the school). If you complete registration ONLINE, there is no need to come to Elementary Registration.
- DONATIONS: Your donation is SO important to our school. These monies are used for: student class T-shirts, student field trips, student classroom supplies, student math and science manipulatives, etc. Thank you so much for taking the time to complete this portion of the registration process.
- PTA: Our amazing PTA is an irreplaceable resource and support for our school ... we appreciate them so much! We invite you to please join our PTA ... Membership forms will be available at registration on August 1, as well as during our Back to School/Open House on August 21. http://spanishoaks.nebo.edu/New%20PTA%20Board
Once you have completed the registration process, Teacher Assignment(s) will be available using SIS @ http://www.nebo.edu/parents/sis on August 1, 2017.
All other information will be given at our Back To School (AM) and Open House (PM) on Monday, August 21 ... http://spanishoaks.nebo.edu/content/back-school-information
If you have moved to another school in the district, please notify that school so all records are accurate.
This is a reminder for those who haven’t taken advantage of our online registration yet. If you are unable to register online by August 1st, we will have a walk-in registration day on August 1st from 8am-4pm at the school. It is HIGHLY recommended to complete online registration to avoid the long lines on registration day (August 1st).
If you have already attended Sierra Bonita Elementary last year, you would choose the option "Returning Student". It will then ask you what your child's student ID number is. If you have forgotten your students ID number, please call the school at 801-798-4480 M-Thurs. 8-1pm. OR ask your child, their ID# is also their lunch number. You are also welcome to reply to this email and we'd be happy to help.
Registration is the process of providing or verifying your student's information, and signing any documents required by the district or by legislation; this can be done online to save time. Additional documentation is also required for first-time students or if any of these additional documents have changed for a returning student; these additional documents must be delivered in person.
Your student will only be Enrolled into classes after the school verifies the completion of the Registration process and that all required documentation has been provided.
NOTE: Kindergarten students did pre-register in March; however, they still need to complete online registration (to verify information and sign required documents) in order to complete the registration process.
Online Registration is done yearly.
Sierra Bonita Elementary
MMHS Boys Golf Tryouts
Tuesday, July 25 - 9 a.m.
Spanish Oaks Golf Course
*You are in charge of paying your own green fees.
Come support the MMHS Drill Team! Register your 4-Person Team ($300/team or $75/person). Get the Early Bird DISCOUNT before July 29 ($70/player). Contact Coach Branchley: 801-367-8446, or email@example.com. Onsite registration also available.
Get involved in the MMHS Youth Football Camp! See attached flyer for more details - Saturday, August 5, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. (Ages 1st through 8th grade). Cost is $25, ($15 for additional siblings). Registration forms are in the main school office or online at http://mmhsgoldeneagles.com/football.
Ms. Christensen will be new to Spanish Fork Junior High next year and will be teaching English. We asked Ms. Christensen to introduce herself and this is what she had to say:
"Hello, my name is Alyssa Christensen and I will be teaching 7th grade English this year. I am so excited to be back in my hometown after studying English Education at Southern Utah University. In addition to being from Spanish Fork, I am a proud SFJHS Lobo and an SFHS Don. Becoming a teacher wasn’t something I dreamed of as a kid, but it is something that I found a true passion in over time. Hopefully, my passion for teaching will translate into a passion for learning among my students. Now I’m not one of those teachers who spend every moment thinking about teaching and as such, my summers and spare time are filled with family, friends, good music, and Dr. Pepper! If I’m not curled up with one of my favorite novels, you can probably find me singing along at a concert for one of my favorite bands. This year will be so great and I am looking forward to meeting all of my students."
Maple Mountain Football Youth Camp
Hello, Brockbank Families!
July is cruising by and I hope you have fun plans for the 24th celebration! For those students that were in 5th grade last year, you should have received an email about being in the Spanish Fork Fiesta Day's parade. Please watch for that email! We hope to see you all there!
We have had many of you begin to register your child online. We appreciate your patience with this new process, and with new processes, there are always a few glitches here and there. One glitch we have found is knowing whether to click the "new student" box or the "current student" box. If your child has attended Brockbank, you need to click the "current student" box in the registration page and not the "new student" box. It is confusing, because many of you do not have a username or password, so some of you have clicked the "new student" box to create that username and password. If you did click the "new student" box, you will be receiving an email asking you to re-register. I'm so sorry for the inconvenience. Below the "current student" box is another box that will allow you to create a username and password--"Contacts with Web Access may Request a Username." This will get you on the right track and you can continue registering from there.
We appreciate your donations and hope you don't forget to make donations online; or if it is easier to come in the office and make a donation, that is great as well! The donations help our school with grade level expenses, including field trips, supplies, and activities.
An email was also sent to the parents of all the students entering 3rd grade to let you know that Mrs. Stewart will not be teaching here next year. I am in the process of hiring a new teacher and will let you know when someone has been hired. I will then have a window of time to request a 3rd grade teacher. I'm sorry for this inconvenience!
Thanks so much for your help, patience, and support for our school! It is a great place to be and I look forward to seeing all of our students soon!
Take care, and please tell your child(ren) hello for me!
One of our amazing students, who kept everyone smiling, recently passed away, and our hearts go out to his family. We will miss you dearly, sweet Grant, and the light you brought to Sierra Bonita.
There is a fundraiser to help the family with funeral expenses. "Snocones for Grant" will be held on Tuesday, July 18th from 6-9pm. Location will be at SIMPSON SNOSHACK 410 S 400 E. All proceeds will go directly to the Gallier family.
For anyone interested in attending services, here is the info:
Grant's funeral: Monday, July 17th at 11am. Viewing before and on Sunday evening. It will be at 12:30 South 500 East Springville. Easier access from 400 East.
His obituary can be found here: https://obittree.com/obituary/us/utah/spanish-fork/legacy-funerals--crem...
Ms. Peck will be new to Spanish Fork Junior High next year and will be helping out in our special education department. We asked Ms. Peck to introduce herself and this is what she had to say:
"I grew up in Springville, attending a rival high school, but have made Spanish Fork my home. I have four children that all attended SFJHS. This is my eleventh year working for the district in Special Ed. Some activities I enjoy are knitting, crocheting and gardening. I love animals, specifically dogs, especially big ones, and have three of my own. I like trying new recipes for healthy muffins. I love reading, non-fiction and fiction. A good fiction book I recently read was Navigating Early by Clare Vanderpool. My favorite music genre is classical. I especially love string arrangements. My daughter plays the cello and our own Mrs. Harmon was her first teacher. I recently took a trip to New York City and loved it and can't wait until I can go back again."
Mrs. Mendonsa will be new to Spanish Fork Junior High next year and will be teaching science. We asked Mrs. Mendonsa to introduce herself and this is what she had to say:
"My name is Heather Mendonsa and I am excited to be teaching 7th and 8th grade science this year. I graduated from BYU after majoring in Elementary Education. This is my sixth year teaching in public school. I also taught preschool for four years so I will be a familiar face to some. I am married and have five children. I have taught two of them so far.
By way of introduction, I love my summers. Summertime is always packed with vacation and new experiences. This summer I rented a moped in Nassau, went parasailing, and snorkeled with a 007 style machine that enabled me to cruise underwater at great speeds. I also went to Bear Lake with family and friends to camp and ride on wave runners. When I'm not travelling I enjoy reading, playing the piano, and swimming. I like to read and my favorite book to date is Counting by Sevens.
I love science and look forward to working at Spanish Fork Junior High School."
For Seniors who would like to have their PCCR (Plan for College and Career Readiness) meeting before school starts, appointments are available on selected days between July 20 and August 11. Only Seniors will be able to make appointments during this time which will reduce or eliminate the wait for walk-in assistance. The PCCR meeting will cover graduation requirements, college planning, scholarship and career information. Adjustments to the student schedule may also be made at this time. Students who are unable to meet before school begins will be scheduled during September. Parents are invited and strongly encouraged to attend. Appointments are being scheduled exclusively through the Sign Up Genius system. An invitation will be sent to the NEBO STUDENT EMAIL account, or parent email on file, no later than July 19, including the sign up link. Students should check their Nebo email account for a message from “Sign Up Genius” and sign up for an appointment time.
Our math teachers provide many resources to help students with math. One great online resource is: https://www.khanacademy.org/math that explains how to do the problems on your student's homework. In addition, take advantage of the after school math labs here at the school.
Mrs. LeMmon will be new to Spanish Fork Junior High next year and will be our new assistant principal. We asked Mrs. LeMmon to introduce herself and this is what she had to say:
"Hello, my name is Alesha LeMmon and I am the new assistant principal at SFJHS! I am excited to be a part of THE greatest junior high. A little about me, I was born and raised in Illinois and came to Utah after high school. I have lived here on and off for over 30 years with the last 12 years in Spanish Fork. I attended Utah Valley University where I earned a bachelor’s degree in secondary education and then earned a master’s degree in educational leadership from Southern Utah University.
I enjoy the outdoors, especially in the summer and fall. I like to landscape, planning and planting outdoor spaces. I also like to hike and plan to try snowshoeing this winter along some of the trails I’m exploring this summer. My family is my everything and consists of my husband, daughter and son-in-law, and son and daughter-in-law. We love playing games together and I just learned Wackee-Six. I like to travel and have been to many different countries with students and with family, but my favorite place is home. I am excited to be a part of SFJHS and meet all of the students. We are going to have a great year!"
Mr. Madsen will be new to Spanish Fork Junior High next year and will be teaching science. We asked Mr. Madsen to introduce himself and this is what he had to say:
"Hi! I'm Peter Madsen. I will be teaching 7th grade science this year. My dad was in the Air Force when I was a kid, so my family moved around frequently. I have lived in Washington, Guam, New Mexico, Massachusetts, Germany, and South Korea. I loved moving around, making new friends, and being exposed to different cultures and ways of thinking. My mom lived in Spanish Fork when she was young, so I feel a connection here too. I went to college at UVU and loved it. This will be my first year teaching and I can't wait!
I love nature, reading, candy, sports, motorcycles, and most of all, my family. My wife Becca and I have two beautiful little girls named Faye and Emery. We are a laid back family and love doing things together - hiking, swimming, going to the zoo, road tripping, and playing outside. I look forward to meeting all of you! We're going to have a great year together!"
Mr. Whiting will be new to Spanish Fork Junior High next year and will be teaching science. We asked Mr. Whiting to introduce himself and this is what he had to say:
" Hi! I am Mr. Whiting and I will be teaching seventh grade science this year. I am super excited to have you in my class, so buckle up and get ready to have a blast and learn a lot at the same time!
Whether you know a lot about science or not, my goal is to help you understand the natural world around you, such as how things work and why. Have you ever wondered why the astronauts "float" in space seemingly weightless even though they are experiencing almost as much gravity as you and me? Well, we'll be learning a lot of cool things like that and more! But before I jump the gun, I hope you have had a great summer break. I have. One highlight of my summer was a trip with my family to Costa Rica. While there, I took a "Monkey Mangrove Tour" down a river in the jungle and saw a sloth, bats, crabs, lizards, turtles and crocodiles, and even had a group of Capuchin monkeys get onto our boat! It was amazing!
I absolutely love to travel, to learn new languages, to meet new people and to learn about their cultures and traditions. I am trilingual and am working on my fourth language right now. My third language was actually Mongolian. Pretty wild, right? After an LDS mission, I graduated from BYU and have lived all over, but am a south Utah County native.
I enjoy playing sports and games, working with my hands, particularly wood working, spending a lot of time with my family, and reading. The last book I read was written by my brother, entitled, "A Sacred Moment in Time: Deciphering the Restoration Scriptures and New Covenant."
I am looking forward to meeting you this school year. Enjoy your summer!"